“The really Lost World”

Films: Extinction (2014)

Alias: None

Type: Ancient

Location: Jungle

Height/Weight: That of a car.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The found footage genre is an irritating one. One half genuine thriller, other half boring slogs to the end. And this isn't the first time dinosaurs have gotten involved, either. It just so happens to be the most weak-willed. As in, you'll be fortunate to not run out of patience before the T-Rex shows up.

History: Deep within the Amazon rainforest, there are rumors of a prehistoric creature still living to this day. It's a slightly undersized Tyrannosaurus Rex, and it does not take kindly to strangers. But there are explorers here looking to preserve endangered species. They could have never guessed that some species are better left extinct or alone.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: In the end, one survivor staves the beast off while the other escapes. The tapes are found, and the whereabouts of the dinosaur are unknown.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-We don't see much of this beast, but for what it's worth, it's not the worst dino-prop we've seen. It's a little wobbly, a little stiff in most areas, but there's just enough practical work to keep it from being a total rip-off.

Trivia: -As of now, there have been no discovered large Cretaceous Tyrannosaurids in the South American area. The largest predators then were therapods like Giganotosaurus and Mapusaurus.

-Although taking place in the Amazon, this film was shot in Wales, UK.

Image Gallery

And it is pleased at what it sees.

Well, his journey has ended.

Remember, kids. Bullies always go after the nerds, even if seperated by species.
Okay, where was this photshopped from?