Today: April 18, 2024

Tammy And The T-Rex – Unboxing

One of the most bizarre films of the 1990s, Tammy and the T-Rex is the sort of cinematic experience that has to be seen to be believed. Thankfully, the wonderful folks at 101 Films are here to make that a reality for film-fans everywhere with this fantastic new Limited Edition Blu-ray release, as #018 of their celebrated Black Label Collection. The hilarious and endlessly entertaining dino-romp is an absolute delight – check out or review of the film here, and then take a look at our video below for a closer look at this must-own jurassic release!

Special Features

  • 4K restoration from original 35mm camera negative
  • Audio commentary with director Stewart Raffill and producer Diane Kirman
  • Blood, Brains and a Teenage T-Rex – an interview with director Stewart Raffill
  • A Blast from the Past – an interview with actress Denise Richards
  • Having the Guts – an interview with actor Sean Whalen
  • A Testicular Stand-Off – an interview with actor George Pilgrim
  • Full length PG-13 cut of Tammy and the T-Rex (sourced from video)

Tammy and the T-Rex Limited Edition Blu-ray is out now as #018 in 101 Films’ Black Label Collection

Samuel Love

Freelance writer. Email: samuel@smlcreative.co.uk

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