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Inspired by true events, a man's normal life is turned upside down when he inherits an ancient crystal artifact, and becomes "the key" to unshackle the world from the dominance of energy slavery and the underground one world government.
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Twins discover a coven of witches. The brother is recruited to join while the sister uncovers their heritage as witch slayers. When the brother is supposed to sacrifice his sister they instead team up to destroy the Witch of the Woods.
A marine is shown being attacked by what is obviously a T-Rex, he is completely in it's mouth. The next shot he is on the ground with only a leg wound and the T-Rex is never seen again, only raptors. See more »
If you go into 'Planet Raptor' expecting nothing more than 'Carnosaur' in space, I can't see how you'll be disappointed. The plot if awful and confusing, and for a movie that shows off it's titular monster in the first 3 minutes of screen time, it moves painfully slow.
The effects in the film are a highlight, for two very different reasons: 1. The CGI is offensivley bad. I'm talking 'Incredible Bulk' levels of lame. So bad, it's funny.
2. The practical puppets used, much like in the 'Carnosaur' flicks, are kinda fun and give off that 90's direct-to-video vibe. Don't know if that was done intentionally (I doubt it), but I enjoyed them.
Overall, the film is goofy, cheesy fun. Not a b-movie classic, but watchable.
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