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Dinowolf (Uncensored Director's Cut)

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Human DNA mixed with prehistoric Dino Wolf skeleton results in a terrifying Hybrid monster. A small mountain village is terrorized by the escape of a prehistoric Dino Wolf - Human hybrid. Two government agents join the local sheriff in the hunt for the creature while attempting to cover up the quickly mounting body count.

Extra Features: Director/Writers Commentary Track, Trailer, Behind the Scenes Video. Starring Maxwell Caulfield (GREASE 2, THE COLBYS), Gil Gerard (BUCK ROGERS) and directed by Fred Olen Ray. 1.78:1 Widescreen enhanced for 16x9 TVs / Dolby 2.0 Stereo

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  • Actors: Gil Gerard, Maxwell Caulfield
  • Directors: Fred Olen Ray
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Bayview Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005J039H2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,149 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Buy the junk SY/FY movie at your own risk and money. Not scary, not funny, just silly gory junk. Man in third rate Halloween wolf suit.
Folks I love werewolf pictures but this was way beyond bad. The script, if you want to call it that, was awful. The acting was awful.
If your one of those jerks who think bad is good in this case be forewarned it is not lol at all. Just stupid.
One of the worst I have ever seen on the SY/FY channel!
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This is a Fred Olen Ray film so you need to expect SyFy/Asylum type quality. Lovers of bad films will find a friend here.

Clark's Bio-Gen company has created a prehistoric wolf-human hybrid which escapes and annoys the local community and folks at Devil's Canyon. Sheriff Parker (Maxwell Caulfield) is an orderly neat freak who had the best comic lines. Jim Martin (Blake Cooper Griffin) calls him "dad" although he is not really his father. The cast includes both colorful and drab characters plus a gratuitous bikini photo shoot.

The movie is campy. The creature is Gregory Paul Smith in a bad wolf suit. Plenty of blood and gore.

The film appears on Multi-packs under the title "Dire Wolf."

No F-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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Normally, I love these types of films: a throwback to the kind of monster movies made during the 80s. There's your standard secret lab, the obligatory connection to the military, the experiment that has gone bad AND escapes, and the hapless locals who have to deal with it (IT, being the title character). It's a solid formula that's difficult to screw up. While I won't go so far as to say they totally botched the job, some of it is quite fun and entertaining, but I have to say it wasn't something I'd like to keep for future viewings. Inconsistent is the kindest term I can apply to this movie. It felt as if there were two different directors doing the work and the final results just didn't mesh. There are the anemic sections when nothing but talk happens, and then there are the frenetic action/kill sequences that literally explode on the screen. Both parts are done in two completely different styles of filmmaking. One part is fun to watch because it's totally crazy and yes, a little messy/bloody. The other part is slow, tedious, and at all time static. Slap these two parts together and what you end up with is a film that's barely adequate. I didn't mind watching it, but that's about it. Eh.
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For a B movie it kinda fell short for me . I feel that it could have been SO MUCH MORE then what it was . I LOVE "crappy" low budget B horror movies, But this was substandard even for my taste and that is saying a lot as I enjoy the "worst of the worst" when others don't . The gore was MILD and the acting was so bad it wasn't even laughable . Good little flick for the kids or for the people who can't handle good horror .
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Don't let the cover fool you. It isn't a mega-huge, CGI cross between a dinosaur and a wolf. If it had been, such a great title wouldn't have been wasted. No new plot twists here. No spoilers really possible in this all too predictable made for DVD monster flick. Basically, it's a genetically engineered werewolf type monster that can run around in daylight. Lower shooting cost, no doubt. The daylight does hurt the suspense factor. The kills are numerous and messy. The acting is a bit better than average. Over all it's your standard monster movie fair. No nudity. But enough gore to please the average teenage fan-boy. I like monster movies. So,it's no classic,but it works for me!
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In this day of poor quality, unrealistic, pathetic computer generated "creatures" it's nice to see that there are still those who have the ability to do a bang up job of equally god awful old school "man in a monkey suit" style creature effects. Except this creature is a man in a monkey suit with a bear/wolf head. Add to that the bad acting and poor directing and you have a sure fire competitor for " Worst Movie Ever Made" award. The failure ofthis pic is more the fault of the writting staff and director than anything. Here is an example; the sheriff, played by actor Maxwell Caufield, in the middle of what should be a suspensful night time creature attack scene suddenly has his own attack.....of O C D....ventures outside the building they have been trapped in by the creature to straighten a crooked sign and is viscously attacked right in front of the game warden (Blake Griffith) who is also his son. Instead of being disturbed AT ALL, it's more like "oh well" and business as usual. Almost every scene has comparable and similar failings. Other main players are Dawn Ann Billings, Kristen Howe, and Kimberly Horner, among others, and sad thing is some of these people can act at least moderately well. The story line has potential, but the script failed period. Too bad, too sad. The theme of genetic experimentation gone wrong has been utilized extensively over the past decade or so but lends to the interpretation of the cast and production crew. While this attempt displayed imagination there was no real creativity. At the very best this is a "Splice" wanna be that fell far too short!

THIS IS ONE TO AVOID!!!!
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