Films: Killersaurus (2015)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average elephant.
Summary: Once more, we have a case of cloning prehistoric creatures, and not once considering one of the more harmless ones to do first just to make sure that everything is safe. It's always the carnivores, and you know what, that may SOUND cool on paper, but it just means you have to be perfect in your calculations. Because if you aren't, people will suffer, die, or some combination of both.
History: A scientist is trying to tamper with creating life, but the only way he's going to get the budget is if he serves the needs of a shady government organization. Thus, they task him with creating the ultimate soldier. And in this guy's mind, the perfect killer was the Tyrannosaurus Rex. But as one might guess, it goes berserk upon being made, and kills many. While it's kept under lock and key for some time, there are still those who want to see the experiment continue, and not even the scientist can resist the allure of the prospect.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: It eventually gets to the point where the final phase is initiated. A person is infused with T-Rex DNA by a laser...which turns the hapless human into a horrific hybrid that kills the scientist. The dinosaur is then released, and it kills the abomination in one bite. The survivors decide to get the Hell out of dodge, knowing that the research isn't worth the risk of anything like this happening again. As for the T-Rex, it is now free. What it will do with its freedom, none can say...
Weakness: It doesn't exactly see very well.
Scariness Factor: 3-Let's talk about the actual dinosaur itself. It's a serviceable animatronic, but we are convinced that it's just a head and next to no body. The stiffness of it sure doesn't help. As for the hybrid made from its DNA, that THING is a lot more unpleasant. The decent makeup makes it look like a true affront to nature, and even though it was taken out in seconds, we can only imagine what it would do out in the open. At least the T-Rex is big enough to see coming.
Trivia: -This film contains a bizarre dig at Chelsea Clinton, calling America insane for letting her run for president in 2026 with four terms. First off, a president is limited to two terms, and secondly, now we're certain that the filmmakers were either Republicans or the characters were. Either way, it's not worth investigating.
-As of this writing, it is currently impossible to say that dinosaurs could be cloned completely. So far, the only animals that are considered candidates for de-extinction are mostly recently extinct mammals and birds. Not to say it isn't a worthwhile investment.