In a post-Armageddon world, a young woman finds herself in a fight for survival against mutant cavemen, dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals.

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Brett Piper

Writer:

Brett Piper
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Complete credited cast:
Paul Guzzi Paul Guzzi ... Marn / Secondary Reptilian Goon
Linda Corwin Linda Corwin ... Lea / Secondary Reptilian Goon
Alex Pirnie Alex Pirnie ... Clon / Secondary Reptilian Goon / Swamp Critter
Mark Deshaies Mark Deshaies ... Masked Stranger / Featured Reptilian Goon (as Marc Deshaies)
Al Hodder Al Hodder ... Old Man (as K. Alan Hodder)
Russ Greene Russ Greene ... Thug / Featured Reptilian Goon
Scott Ferro Scott Ferro ... Thug / Featured Reptilian Goon
Rick Stewart Rick Stewart ... Thug / Featured Reptilian Goon
Ryan Piper Ryan Piper ... Troll
Dusty McNeal Dusty McNeal ... Featured Reptilian Goon
Quinn Piper Quinn Piper ... Secondary Reptilian Goon
Melanie Pirnie Melanie Pirnie ... Secondary Reptilian Goon
Jeneane Deprizio Jeneane Deprizio ... Secondary Reptilian Goon
Liz Prevett Liz Prevett ... Secondary Reptilian Goon
Penny Townsend Penny Townsend ... Secondary Reptilian Goon
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In a post-Armageddon world, a young woman finds herself in a fight for survival against mutant cavemen, dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals.

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Where the prehistoric meets the prepubescent

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Fantasy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Shot with a Bolex H16 camera. See more »

Goofs

When Marn meets the old man at the beach, he puts on the same boot twice. See more »

Quotes

Clon: To hell with you - you're lizard meat!
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Crazy Credits

For his roles as "Reptilian Goon" and "Swamp Critter", Alex Pirnie is credited as "A. Strong". See more »

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Referenced in Fear, Panic & Censorship (2000) See more »

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A more realistic title may be, A Barbarian in Mutant Hell.
27 September 2004 | by ChuckStraubSee all my reviews

A Nymphoid Barbarian In Dinosaur Hell. A really interesting title that seems to promise a fun movie. In reality, the title gives you no hints about the actual movie. The word Nymphoid was used just to give it strong sexual overtones, which were completely, absent in the movie. The word Nymphoid, which actually isn't even a real word, has absolutely nothing to do with the movie. Now, about those dinosaurs. There are no dinosaurs, plenty of mutant monsters but no dinosaurs. So, a more realistic title may be, A Barbarian in Mutant Hell. It's a pretty bad movie with plenty of poor acting. The plot is poor but interesting enough to keep you watching and so simple it is very easy to follow. The one thing I did enjoy about the movie were the special effects, and mutant monsters. Even though most they were crude, they were plentiful and interesting. It's a bad film but certainly not the worst I've seen. Do not go out of your way to see it. If you don't see it, you're not missing anything.


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Official Sites:

Troma

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 1990 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell See more »

Filming Locations:

Burlington, Massachusetts, USA See more »

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$40,000 (estimated)
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Dolby SR

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