Films: The Jurassic Dead (2017)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average cow.
Summary: We've seen people time and time again try to bring dinosaurs back to life. But now, they aren't even trying anymore. Instead, we have to contend with this grotesque parody of life from 160 million years ago. Also, zombies.
History: A bunch of chaos involving a meteor, neo-Nazis, and a secret desert facility have led to the creation of the Z-Rex, an immortal undead mutated tyrannosaur. A special squadron is sent to investigate the building it is in, but that just leads to more problems. The beast just won't die, and every time it wounds someone, we got a new zombie. As the body count rises, so too does the population of undead.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After being killed for the second time, the Z-Rex is helpless as both it and the rest of the undead are blown up with the building. However, someone has made off with its intact head. What that means for the rest of us is as of now unknown...
Powers/Abilities: Can shrug off temporary death, and can turn people into zombies with only a wound.
Weakness: Can be subdued for a while if the damage is enough. Also, it cannot regenerate.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-The idea of a zombified infectious therapod running amok is something, and in a way, this thing is eerie with its dark color scheme and state of non-living. However, it is all destroyed by awful CGI, horrible practical props, and some easily killable undead. Also, this thing goes into a coma after a fist-fight with a guy. Really?
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Zombiesaurus".
-This film was directed by Milko Davis, who would later curse us all in 2019 with "Jurassic Thunder", which dares to answer the age-old question, "What if President Donald Trump got his hands on a weaponized Indominus Rex, and got away with it in the end?". It's not on this site for a reason.