Dinocroc vs. Supergator

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"See The Awesome Battle Of The Beasts"
  • NR
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 27 min
  • 3.2  (2,212)

Dinocroc vs. Supergator is a 2010 science-fiction monster mash-up movie that pits two genetically engineered creatures against each other in a battle that threatens to lay waste to human civilization. Directed by Jim Wynorski under the pseudonym Rob Robertson, and produced by legendary B-movie mogul Roger Corman, the film stars the late David Carradine in one of his final roles. Alongside Carradine, the movie features performances by Rib Hillis and Amy Holt, who bring their characters to life in the midst of the pandemonium.

The story begins in a clandestine research facility located on a tropical island. Under the direction of the enigmatic and ambitious Jason Drake (played by David Carradine), scientists are tampering with the forces of nature, pushing the boundaries of genetic engineering to create the ultimate bioweapons. In their pursuit of scientific advancement and profit, they manage to concoct two colossal and terrifying creatures: the Dinocroc and the Supergator.

The Dinocroc is a fearsome hybrid, a nightmarish amalgamation of dinosaur and modern crocodile DNA, designed to be the ultimate predator. Meanwhile, its counterpart, the Supergator, is created with similar intention and is equally formidable, with attributes enhanced beyond any natural alligator's capacities. Both engineered to grow to monstrous sizes and possess insatiable appetites, these creatures quickly prove to be uncontrollable, and before long, they escape their confines.

As the beasts break free, they embark on a deadly rampage across the island and the nearby mainland. The lush, tropical landscape serves as the hunting ground for these voracious predators, and each engagement between them becomes more destructive. The confrontation escalates as they leave a trail of chaos and destruction in their wake.

Hot on the trail of these monstrous aberrations is a group of characters led by the rugged and but determined hero, a scientist named Paul Beaumont, played by Rib Hillis. Paul is joined by the adventurous and resourceful wildlife agent, Cassidy Swanson, portrayed by Amy Holt. The duo form an unlikely partnership, their skills complementing one another's as they navigate the treacherous terrain and track the creatures with the goal of stopping them before more lives are lost.

Adding to the tension is a team of mercenaries hired by Drake to recapture the beasts for his own nefarious purposes. Their military-grade hardware and lack of concern for collateral damage make them as much a wild card as the monstrosities they hunt. The story unfolds at a breakneck pace as human protagonists and antagonists alike find themselves caught up in an escalating game of cat-and-mouse (or more accurately, human-and-monster).

Throughout the movie, the viewer is treated to special effects that, while characteristic of a low-budget production, are effective in bringing the creatures to life and contributing to the overall camp and fun atmosphere that is synonymous with the creature feature genre. There are numerous edge-of-your-seat moments as Dinocroc and Supergator confront each other, with the human characters desperately trying to outsmart or outrun them.

Dinocroc vs. Supergator stays true to the formula of classic B-movies, delivering exactly what it promises – an entertaining narrative packed with explosive action, over-the-top creature confrontations, and a healthy suspension of disbelief. The film doesn't take itself too seriously, allowing the audience to revel in the absurdity and enjoy the ride.

Amidst the mayhem, the film also offers some subtle commentary on the dangers of unchecked scientific experimentation and the arrogance of humanity's attempts to control nature. It reminds viewers of the unpredictable and catastrophic consequences that can result when hubris leads to the manipulation of the natural order.

David Carradine's presence brings a touch of gravitas to the film, his performance adding a layer of complexity to what could otherwise be straightforward monster fare. The other actors follow suit, embracing the film's straightforward plot and heightened reality to deliver performances that match the dramatic stakes.

In summary, Dinocroc vs. Supergator is a highly indulgent, action-packed monster flick that serves up hearty helpings of thrills and spills. It is a film that knows its audience and genre well, making it the perfect choice for fans seeking pure escapism and an enjoyable, tongue-in-cheek cinematic experience. Its commitment to the classic tropes of monster battles, coupled with a cast that delivers performances tailored to the genre, makes Dinocroc vs. Supergator an entertaining addition to the pantheon of creature features.

Dinocroc vs. Supergator is a 2010 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 27 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.2.

Dinocroc vs. Supergator
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    3.2  (2,212)