DinoCroc vs. Supergator – USA, 2010 – reviews

 
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Dinocroc vs. Supergator is a 2010 television film directed by Jim Wynorski (CobraGator; Sorceress; Chopping Mall; et al) and executive produced by Roger Corman. This is one of David Carradine’s final performances.

Plot:

In Drake Industries Research Lab in Kauai, Hawaii, Supergator breaks free from the lab and kills two scientists, then escapes into water. Dinocroc also breaks free by breaking the wall and crushing another scientist. It also eats two scientists and goes into the trees.

Jason Drake (Carradine) calls an elite army group to kill the creatures, but they are killed by the animal. Then Drake calls in hunter Bob Logan (Hillis) who is also known as “The Cajun” to kill the creatures. While spying on Drake’s lab, Paul Beaumont (Landis) meets a cop, Cassidy Swanson (Rasimas).

It is up to Paul, Cassidy, and “The Cajun” to kill them before it’s too late. So they get them to battle at a factory and the Dinocroc kills the Supergator. Paul then throws a bomb and hides in a tub, protecting him from explosives, and the bomb blows up Dinocroc. After they walk away, roars of a baby are heard…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

” …basically consists of the actors being gulped down by the cartoonish title characters in laughable fashion (they just kind of disappear as either the croc or the gator lunge at them). So it doesn’t even have that going for it, unlike stuff like Sharktopus and Dinoshark, which were wise enough to splatter body parts all over the place. This one does have the showdown promised by its title, even though it amounts to about 4 seconds of the two creatures thrashing about at each other. ” Oh, the Horror!

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