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Blu-ray Review - Tammy and the T-Rex


With B-movie buffs on a never-ending quest to get ahead of potential cult craziness, their latest discovery is 1994's "Tammy and the T-Rex," celebrating the wonders of a film that dares to mix the adolescent pains of a T-NBC sitcom and the unleashed gore of a Herschell Gordon Lewis production. While it's a stretch to claim the feature as any sort of professional accomplishment, it's certainly Crazy Times, U.S.A., with co- writer/director Stuart Raffill protecting his vision for a campy, bloody adventure that's big on weird science and light on laughs. Considering Raffill's previous helming endeavors (the troubling "Mac and Me" and "Mannequin Two: On the Move"), the directness of "Tammy and the T-Rex" is welcome, giving fans of schlock a heaping helping of over-the-top performances, limited production means, and a big mechanical dinosaur who lives to tear its enemies apart. Read the rest at


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