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Dinocroc vs Supergator Yet ANOTHER SyFy Masterpiece!

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Oh Boy, this one actually looks like it could be GOOD!! Made for TV yes, but produced by Roger Corman!! And stars David Carradine in one of His last roles, so Yea I will be checking this out, definitely.... :tumbsup:





When Monsters Attack: Mega-Sized Reptiles Take Over the Airwaves

By Rebecca Harper, Hulu | Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 3:06 PM



David Carradine in "Dinocroc vs. Supergator"



This weekend, get ready for the ultimate showdown. While most of the world's eyes may be on Team USA in the World Cup knockout round this Saturday, we'll be tuning into another epic battle this weekend: "Dinocroc vs. Supergator," the latest mega-sized reptile flick to come from Syfy. And while this low-budget special effects extravaganza was made for TV, don't think for a moment it doesn't have pedigree: It was produced by the king of B movies himself, Roger Corman ("Swamp Women," "Dinoshark"), and stars actor David Carradine ("Kill Bill") in one of his final roles.




For Carradine, whose untimely death in Bangkok, Thailand, made headlines last June (as he was filming the yet-to-be-released movie "Stretch"), this ended up being one last opportunity to show off his acting might. As scientist Jason Drake, he finds himself working on a top-secret government project — monster-sized reptiles — on a tropical island. It's when these titular creatures break out of their confines that we truly get to see their appetite for destruction.




With the mega-sized monsters free of their cages, no one is safe from their menacing jaws. These prehistoric monsters make a beeline for some of the island's most tourist-friendly attractions, from secluded waterfalls to five-star resorts. Screaming won't stop them from wreaking havoc, either, as these unlucky vacationers find out during some downtime back at their hotel.




To make matters worse, even guns can't slow them down. That means there's only one thing left to do: Bring the two heavyweights together and make them fight. If only it was in 3-D.


Yea I am gonna be ALL over this.....

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