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about to hear one of the strangest stories in military history.”
Funded by 'King of the B-Movies' Roger Corman, the intention behind
was to cash-in on the likely success of the then soon-to-be-released
with a thrifty-minded recycling of the T-Rex from the 1993's
Shot over twelve days on a budget of $190,000, with filming mostly
taking place on cult movie icon David Carradine's ranch, the film was
described by co-director Fred Olen Ray as “the
kind of movie that if you were a fourteen year old kid, it would be
your favourite movie”.
Gathering a whole host of VHS-era Scream Queens and glamour models in
animal hide bikinis (accurate
to the prehistoric period, most surely)
to scamper around betwixt natural spring hot tubs and
none-more-fake-looking dino-beasties, Ray's description could quite
possibly be the most spot-on statement of 1994...
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