COWBOYS VS. DINOSAURS (2015) Reviews and overview

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‘Let the best species win.’

Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs is a 2015 science fiction action horror film directed by Ari Novak. Also known as Jurassic Hunters


The movie stars Vernon Wells, Eric Roberts (Camp Dread; Amityville Death House), Janet Cronsell, Jamie Greany, Jessica Greany, Winston Housel, Joe Josephson, Madison Kent, Andrew Martin, JB Klyap, Kelcey Watson, Adam Knoff, Rib Hillis (Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda; Dinocroc vs. Supergator) Sara Malakul Lane, Dillon Maslach.


Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs was released on May 19, 2015, on VOD and Digital HD.



After an accidental explosion at a local mine, dinosaurs emerge from the rubble to terrorise a small western town. Now, a group of macho male gunslingers and sassy young women must defend their home if anyone is going to survive in a battle of cowboys versus dinosaurs…



“You can find car chases in just about any action film, but modern day cowboys shooting propane tanks while fleeing from modified (and somewhat poorly animated) velociraptors is something that may only ever happen once in all of cinema. That reason alone will be enough for some to seek out Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs...” Under the Gun

” … the acting isn’t as terrible as I assumed it would be. No one will be winning any awards, and Eric Roberts is over the top, but overall things are stable … Yea, things get wild in Cowboys vs Dinosaurs, and it’s never boring. With the exception of a few moments in the first 15 or so, it’s balls to the wall.” Horror Talk

“If you imagined that a new direct-to-DVD movie entitled Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs was a cheap pre-Jurassic World cash-in, congratulations: you have mental powers beyond those demonstrated by anyone onscreen or behind the scenes of this padded-out pile of cut-rate cinematic junk. The title is about as fact-based as the movie’s grasp of science, human relationships, digital effects, or storytelling.” FlickFilosopher


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