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Dinocroc vs. Supergator [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Corey Landis, David Carradine
  • Directors: Jay Andrews
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: July 12, 2011
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004W7D1CQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,653 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

They were created deep within the secret island laboratories of an unscrupulous biotech corporation and grown to horrific proportions...until they both escaped. Bullets won't stop them. Explosives only make them meaner. And their ravenous reptile appetites for scientists, tourists, S.W.A.T. teams and swimsuit models have only just begun. Now an undercover investigator, a sexy Fish & Game officer, and a cold-blooded swamp hunter known only as 'The Cajun' are all in pursuit of the scaly beasts that can outrun SUVs, crush buses, and snack on sleazy producers in hot tubs. But when these monster lizards ultimately meet in battle, will mankind be the defeated species? David Carradine (Kill Bill, Death Race 2000) -- in one of his final performances -- stars in this epic Syfy smash about the bone-crunching, body-chomping, earth-trembling smackdown of Dinocroc vs. Supergator!

Customer Reviews

Very suspenseful and great acting!
Melanie Alvarez
Make no mistake, this is a horrendously bad movie--oh, but so delightfully awful.
K. Harris
I prefer the classic B movies personally, but this film just didn't work for me.
D. Steigman

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jeremiah on May 2, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This movie is fantastic. It is a total throwback to all the old SciFi monster movies. I am actually surprised they didn't use stage prop monsters.

Seriously though, this movie is all about having a good time. Don't expect a deep plot, profound lesson, or complex characters. Do expect monsters, cheesy special effects, and of course girls in bikinis (oh... and a girl with an comically large gun with infinate ammo).

This movie is pure AWESOMENESS!

I can't wait to get this on blu-ray.
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Who doesn't love genetically engineered animal hybrids? I love them, clearly the SyFy network does, and Roger Corman as well. B-movie genius Corman does take a production credit on the epic SyFy presentation "Dinocroc vs Supergator" and even contributes an inspired audio commentary for the DVD and Blu-Ray release. Unless you lack creative reasoning, I probably don't have to tell you what this movie is promoting. But the visual realization of these nightmarish entities is only a small selling point of this effective bit of bad movie mayhem. For my money, to make a classic bad movie legend--you need several important components: First, a wacky killing machine or two. Second, a maniacally deranged, but logically challenged, plot. And third, a cast giving you overwrought dialogue as if the fate of the world depended on it. Thus, using my completely arbitrary personal criteria, "Dinocroc vs Supergator" is a solid entry into the bad movie lexicon that misses being a highpoint in the genre.

Make no mistake, this is a horrendously bad movie--oh, but so delightfully awful. Strangely, while this ticks many of the boxes that would make it a ridiculous camp classic, the weakest element is the creatures and their less-than-epic showdown. My delight stems more from the human co-stars and the mind-boggling screenplay. Not just bad, epic bad. A few of my favorite moments:

1) An enigmatic hunter who cuts his arm in one scene to have it magically healed for the rest of the movie.
2) When creatures break out of a holding facility, the entire staff runs outside where the creatures are and run amok screaming hysterically.
3) A pool desk employee (so wooden) who single-handedly seems to be running a resort.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tammy N. Zhang on May 3, 2011
Format: DVD
this movie is awesome there is
gore,lots of creature violence,
guns,chases,a bit stupid.and
the most important thing a
kind of happy ending.so please
no more bad reviews.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on July 3, 2012
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Two giant croc-type animals escape from an experimental lab in Hawaii and nearly kill everyone one. David Carradine is the owner of the lab and wants to keep everything quiet. He brings in a military team to kill the crocs, only to discover fake TV bullets don't kill giant fake crocs. The team is killed, do next Carradine calls in "The Cajun" an American version of Crocodile Dundee, down to the hat. As the body count increases, so do suspicions. People who successfully escape one croc at one water hole always wind up at the place where the other croc is located.

In addition to men in uniforms, the crocs also feed off of girls in bikinis. Our Cajun hunter teams up with the local authorities to hunt down the crocs, the same people Carradine wants to hide everything from. If the crocs don't kill you, Carradine's men (or woman) will. The final scene was so bad it might as well have been clay-mation.

No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Fake looking creatures, CG muzzle flashes (these actually match the sound) bad lines, bad acting, bad science. Would have been a great movie for 9 year old males in 1960.

If you like watching Asylum films while stoned, such as Moby Dick, or Mega-Shark vs. whatever, then you can't miss this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 22, 2011
Format: DVD
When you see in bold letters ROGER CORMAN PRESENTS, you know you're in for a gloriously awful cheese fest! DINOCROC vs. SUPERGATOR surely fits the bill.
It's a horror buff's guilty pleasure---goofy plot and special effects; the ubiquitous direction of Jay Andrews (AKA the infamous Jim Wynorski) and the presence of a name "star" (this time the late David Carradine). Add a wannabe Elijah Wood (Corey Landes), an Indiana Jones complete with hat named the Cajun (the character, not the hat!) whose "real" names is Rib Hillis!! Why not Kidney Beene or Penis Envy?? Also throw in FALCON CREST's John Callahan as the local sheriff. What a casting coup!
Now, is it great? NOOOO! But is it a hoot? YES! The so-called epic confrontation lasts about 30 seconds with our hero Landes hiding in a water trough! Gadzooks! Sit-com material fersure!
Ah, well break out the Milk Duds and/or popcorn and enjoy the benefits of another Corman blockbuster!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Steigman on February 3, 2014
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I was curious to see this movie but as it turns out the CGI was terrible, the acting was atrocious and was just another contemporary piece of cheese basically. I prefer the classic B movies personally, but this film just didn't work for me. The creature designs were neat but not as CGI effects. Pretty forgettable stuff ..
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This is number three in the movie series (I've yet to find the second movie, Supergator, made in 2007). It follows the same formula as the first film (Dinocroc) in that a research lab has created not one but two abnormal creatures that escape into the wild (this time lovely Hawaii gets to host the smack-down). The bad guy in this movie is the late David Carradine, appropriately grumpy. He has a sidekick assassin helper, a croc killing expert known as the Cajun (Rib Hillis), and a supposedly crack team of mercenaries (they barely add up to a snack). None are particularly effective in getting rid of the angry beasties. Also crawling around in the underbrush are a couple of cops and an agent of some kind (Corey Landis) who wants to expose Carradine's nefarious dealings. The monster gator and croc stomp around and chomp around the island (the body count is well over 20, on screen). Most of the action is confined to a few set pieces. There's nothing really remarkable about this effort because it really doesn't do anything unexpected or new. It sticks to the usual formula that's heavily relied on for movies like this (Corman's in particular). In that regard, it doesn't disappoint. It is entertaining, despite being so predictable. It's something I can easily watch multiple times, so it goes into the collection.
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