Films: Dinocroc Vs. Supergator (2010)
Alias: Dinocroc, Supergator
Location: Civilized Area/Jungle
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average limo to twice that of an elephant.
Summary: Last decade, we saw the rise of one of Roger Corman’s more intimidating and ferocious monsters from the new millennium. Three years later, it rose again to attack a more tropical area. Now, both are in the same room...sort of. It's actually a completely different story. With lower production values, no less.
History: After an unscrupulous bioengineering facility gives rise to both a superpowered alligator and a giant dinosaur/crocodile hybrid, both monsters break loose and begin to terrorize the local community. And suffice to say, the amount of tourists and armed forces coming after them make for a great food supply. But their confrontation will be inevitable, and everyone's holding their breath wondering if they will be able to destroy one another before more have to die.
Notable Kills: Dinocroc slams a guy with a brick wall upon escaping, while Supergator manages to screw up a photoshoot. Also, see Final Fate.
Final Fate: The beasts have their fight in an abandoned area, and the eventual victor is none other than the Dinocroc, who just flips Supergator over and chews away at its underbelly. Then someone sets off an explosive in the abandoned area they're both in, incinerating the freaks of non-nature.
Powers/Abilities: Heavy resilience to conventional weaponry.
Weakness: Heavy artillery, each-other.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-The CGI is just plain bad. Even by the standards of Corman, it seemed to take minimal effort to render these creatures into the picture. Dinocroc in particular looks like someone took the original beast, and watered it down to its most base form imaginable. All of that said, you shouldn't get in the way. Chances are you'll be torn to pieces before they go after each other.
Trivia: -This was one of the last films to include David Carradine, who actually got a lot of films with him released only after his death in 2009, perhaps due to his constant record of getting arrested for things like drug abuse.
-Director Jim Wynorski broke his arm during production due to falling out of a goddamn helicopter. Say what you will about his filmography, but sometimes you got to suffer for your art.