Everybody loves dinosaurs. Our opinion may be a little bit different if they were still alive today but I have to say it’s very hard to put a dinosaur in a film and not have that film sucks (ok, maybe Tape 407: The Mesa Reserve Incident wasn’t so good).
Whether you are obsessed with the fact they once lived or more impressed by the sheer size of the animals, you can’t deny that carnivorous dinosaurs make for the best movie eating killing machines this side of the Cretaceous period.
The trailer for this film, has me salivating like a Velociraptor in a butchershop.
The Dinosaur Project is a found footage action film set in the Congo and although I have mixed feelings about found footage, this looks fantastic. What could be better than Blair Witch with dinosaurs? exactly!
The film stars Peter Brook, Matt Cane and Natasha Loring and is directed by Sid Bennett.
Check out the synopsis and the awesome trailer below.
And the world thought that dinosaurs were extinct? Brace yourself for a chilling ride through the depths of the Congo jungle as a film crew discovers (to their peril) that the 65-million-year-old species is more than alive! The most exciting dinosaur action movie since Jurassic Park!
African fishermen find an orange backpack floating gently on the water. They are astonished to discover a waterproof container inside, full of videotapes. Flash back to London and the announcement by crypto-zoologist Jonathan Marchant of his expedition to find Mokele Mbembe, a legendary dinosaur rumored to inhabit the Congo River.
As Jonathan’s team boards a chopper to take them into the jungle, they are accompanied by their mysterious and beautiful local guide, Amara; a TV documentary crew equipped with state-of-the-art camera technology; and a stowaway looking for adventure: Jonathan’s rebellious but multi-talented teenage son, Luke. After an attack by flying reptiles, the helicopter crashes near a deserted village, and all the team’s links to the outside world go down. They are on their own. Or are they?
Source – Dread Central