When a small research plain carrying a group of science students and their professor crash-lands in the middle of nowhere, the survivors go to a nearby farmhouse to look for help but soon find themselves besieged by giant mutant spiders.
When a serial killer mysteriously and savagely murders a young Indian woman in rural Los Angeles county, her sister McKenna must replace her as the keeper of an amulet, the sacred crescent.... See full summary »
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 »
When the hero meets the old man at the beach, he puts on 3 boots. 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 »
Troma movies, you either love 'em or hate 'em but this is a new low in cinema & has got to be one of the most awful films ever made. A total lack of plot, pace, character, direction, anything. You have really got to admire how individuals with no discernable cinematic talents can somehow con people into letting them make a film. It doesn't even live up to its title, no nymphoid barbarians & no dinosaurs (but I did feel like I was in some kind of hell!).
This could have been a great B-movie in the tradition of the AIP films but even those movies had charm & talent whereas this is devoid of any merit. However, I feel that everyone should watch this. It must be inflicted on people as no mere review can fully express the sheer awfulness of this so-called movie!
But then again should they take anymore of our money! Ignore this & as an alternative maybe try Roger Cormans Teenage Caveman.
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