Films: Caveman! (1981)
Alias: Slurpasaur, Man-Eating Vines, T-Rex, Pterosaurs, Yeti
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to that of a small house.
Summary: By now, you should be familiar with all those gritty tales of man struggling to survive in a world where ancient reptiles forgot that they were extinct. But to some, life was less a life and death situation and more a time where the number of brain cells hardly mattered.
History: The date is October 9th, One Zillion BC. Man is as of yet unprepared to dominate a land inhabited by scaly predators and short tempers. One caveman, Atouk, is cast out of his tribe for being a puny weakling. But with the help of a new gang of equally isolated folks, he might help carve out his own place in the stone age.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The Yeti from the nearby Ice Age is left in the dust, the T-Rex trips out on psychedelic drugs, and the Slurpasaur is used as a mount by Atouk to overthrow his old tormentors.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-The only monster here that could potentially frighten is the Yeti, and even then he was just a bit of a loner. Everyone else is a bumbling, accident-prone cad that would be lucky to kill anything, with the T-Rex being the worst offender.
Trivia: -Most of the effects were done by Jim Danworth, but contractual obligations erased his name from the credits.
-Some screenings had a pamphlet for the fictional language the cavemen spoke.