Carnosaur II (1995)
Carnosaur 2
Carnosaurio 2
Carnosaurus - Attack of the Raptors

Nomination Year: 2007
SYNOPSIS:  This least entertaining of the Carnosaur movies picks up a few months after the Crummy Ending of Carnosaur. Apparently, when they weren't busy using flame-throwers on bystanders, the government clean-up team found some dinosaur eggs, which they are storing at the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump. The eggs hatch and the dinos trash the dump's equipment, so a team of maintenance troubleshooters is sent in to fix it. By the time they arrive, everybody's dead and they quickly get trapped in the complex, only to learn that the dinos have somehow managed to damage the equipment to such an extent that the nuclear waste is about to go off like a bomb. Can the techs elude the dinosaurs and get out before the bomb goes off? Does anybody actually care?

Worst Cover Copy

"The Film Jurassic Park Should Have Beaten"
Stills displaying just how cheesy the dinos look and featuring characters from a different Carnosaur movie, cover says it's Carnosaur 2 even though the title appears on film as Carnosaur II, and ridiculously overblown testimonials ("The film Jurassic Park should have been!" Yeah, if by that they mean someone should have taped over this cassette with Jurassic Park).

"Cutting Butter With A Chainsaw"

Nothing But Net
Claw, claw, bite, throw across the room, claw, backhand through the door, electrocute, bite, bite & drag off camera.

Worst Special Effect

Crash of the Toy Helicopter
Remember the crash of the toy helicopter from Raptor that got excluded from the show in favor of the bad helicopter crash from Cyberzone? Well that crash was stock footage from this movie, so we've got another chance at it.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
John Savage  
Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.  
Michael McDonald  
Don Stroud  
Rick Dean  
Director Claim to Fame
Louis Morneau Did Carnosaur 2 and Bats 

Greg Pearson

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