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Taylor Nicole Adams,
According to Brett Piper, a distributor said that if he wanted his movies to succeed overseas, they should have all action and no dialogue. Piper made this movie and showed it to the same distributor, who said "Geez, I can't sell this thing, there's no dialogue!" See more »
A cameraman's shadow is visible on the ground during one of Marn's first battles with Clon. See more »
Sometimes my juices start to flow and I feel like a nymphoid barbarian in dinosaur hell.
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For his roles as "Reptilian Goon" and "Swamp Critter", Alex Pirnie is credited as "A. Strong". See more »
Movie may not be worth much...but DVD is a lot of fun
I've seen the movie twice...first time I was merely mildly amused...Low budget, bad acting, poor effects, terrible dialog (course to its credit...there is almost NO dialog), and virtually no plot. Throw in a couple of dinosaurs, some lizard men, some mutants, and a really mean looking baddie and you have yourself a decent bad movie. But the real reason to watch it is if you can get your hands on the DVD. The DVD features an audio track of the director talking about the movie while you watch...he criticizes it, makes fun of it, bitches about it, etc...Most fun.
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