Films: Carnosaur (1993), Carnosaur 2 (1995), Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (1996)
Alias: Deinonychus, Tyrannosaurus Rex
Location: Haunted home/Desert
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to twice that of a bull elephant.
Summary: If you wanted your Jurassic Park to be less ambitious but ten times as bloody, here's your answer, psychopath! Okay, that's a bit harsh, but the point is that you have your violent dinos now.
History: The creation of these dinosaurs through chicken DNA was a means for a goddamn bonkers plan. A particularly misanthropic scientist wants to release a disease unto the world so that all women become pregnant with dinosaurs that will rule the world again. It's as crazy as it sounds. Oh, and a Deinonychus escaped into the countryside.
Notable Kills: Death by dino-birth and the "bulldozer protest massacre" as we will call it.
Final Fate: Both the Deinonychus and the resident T-Rex are done away with, but then it was revealed that way more raptors and a couple more T-Rexes have been made, even if the base plan never came to fruition. The rest of the franchise is just people shooting at these things until they die.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-The first film and the following don't exactly have Spielbergian effects. In fact, most of the dinos are stiff unconvincing messes and the first sequel was nothing but a rip-off of a familiar alien-involved James Cameron film. With that said, there was just enough creepy atmosphere and horrifying prehistoric murder in the first film to make these guys a cut above the rest.
Trivia: -The book the first film is based on had a much greater special diversity, with the main dino being a Tarbosaurus, alongside Megalosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Plesiosaurus, Altispinax, Scotosaurus, and the main villain being torn up by baby T-Rexes. By the time it's all over, only the young predators and a little Brachiosaurus are left alive.
-After the third film, a "sequel" known as "Raptor" was released in 2001. It is literally just comprised of stock footage from the previous films.