“Terror will never be extinct”

Films: Carnosaur (1993), Carnosaur 2 (1995), Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (1996)

Alias: Deinonychus, Tyrannosaurus Rex

Type: Ancient/Man-Made

Location: Haunted home/Desert

Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to twice that of a bull elephant.

Affiliation: Neutral

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.

Powers/Abilities: None.

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.

Image Gallery

Revenge? They just got born.

Bio-engineering: Not for everybody.

Bet this is the first time he looked upon Heaven's light.

And this bite is oddly Xenomorph flavored.

Thought the first film was the only scary one? Well...raptors are raptors.

Dignity, on the other hand, has gone extinct.
The triumph of the species does not belong to the mammals, it seems.

Extinction doesn't lie beyond the Fourth Wall.

Customer Service just got it's worst and last client.

A worse Dino Crisis game than it's actual third game.
The hatred of millions of years roars to the night.

That theme park, actually, comes later.

It's always the spunky ones that have to bite it, eh?

"Get us out of here! They're shipping us to the set of this movie!"

Bet the head scientist never checked to see if dinos ever get seizures.

"Finally! Some actual light!"