Triassic World – USA, 2018 – reviews

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[Total: 5   Average: 2.2/5]

‘Some things should remain extinct!’

Triassic World is a 2018 American science fiction horror feature film directed by Dylan Vox, making his directorial debut, from a screenplay by Marc Gottlieb (Alien Convergence; Planet of the Sharks). The Asylum production stars Shellie Sterling, Joseph Harris, Hayley J. Williams and Thomas Varga.

Dinosaurs are back, used as the perfect animals to grow human organs for transplants. But in doing so, scientists have made them all but indestructible, leaving humans scrambling to fight back when the prehistoric creatures escape a research lab…

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“It’s not gonna deliver too much in the way of greatness, but it avoids many of the problems other Asylum offerings suffer from (see as Tomb Invader and Atlantic Rim 2) and provides a decent creature feature in a compact amount of time. If you want a low-risk, low-yield movie to put on, this isn’t too bad of a choice. Plus, it doesn’t come with the baggage of the Jurassic Park franchise…” Allusions of Grandeur

“The CGI monsters for once aren’t a joke and some of the scenes look like practical effects might have been used as well. There’s some decent gore including a head being torn off that keep the proceedings interesting. There’s even some reasonably good attempts at building suspense along the way.” Voices from the Balcony

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