Films: The Eden Formula (2006)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Twice that of a thank.
Summary: Anyone remember the "Carnosaur" trilogy? Are any of you hankering to see the return of those cheap yet slightly intimidating dino animatronics? Well, we've got the movie for you! Or not.
History: The Eden formula. A serum designed to bolster medical discoveries and perhaps even bring life to the dead. But the higher ups have pettier reasons to like this formula. For they have used it to clone a tyrannosaurus rex, just one of many things worth a fortune now. But thanks to some corporate spies looking for the formula, the t-rex has escaped into Los Angeles, and is now carving a path of destruction.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After much rampaging, the t-rex is brought down finally by being led into the epicenter of a massive explosion. It's...just as cheap as everything else.
Powers/Abilities: A deceptive amount of agility.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-The animatronic is either lifted footage from Roger Corman's dino-flicks or a stiff imitation of life. And the rest of the effects...dear Lord, see them for yourself! It's really unlike anything else with how atrociously awful it is! If there was one, ONE reason we included this dino dunce here, it's the awe at how they thought any of it was a good idea.
Trivia: -This film's director, John Carl Buechler, actually has a long history of directing some entertainingly bad/interesting B-movies, including "Terrorvison" and "Troll". He was also a special effects designer for "Carnosaur". That might explain a few things.
-This film is often known under its original title, "Tyrannosaurus Wrecks". But honestly, you might have guessed that looking at one of the posters below.