New Trailer for Uncut Edition of 90s Cult Classic 'Tammy & The T-Rex'

May 30, 2019
Source: YouTube

Tammy & The T-Rex Trailer

"Everybody walk the dinosaur." Chicago's Music Box Theatre has debuted an official trailer for the special "Gore-Cut" version of the 90s cult classic direct-to-video comedy Tammy & The T-Rex. Made only a year after Jurassic Park broke records in 1993, this film arrived in late 1994 and earned a cult following. It stars Denise Richards as the high school girlfriend of a guy who is murdered and then his brain is implanted into a robotic T-Rex that looks super fake. Oh, it's wacky. "Playing like a '90s Disney Channel movie—until the decapitations and head crushings begin. So put on your best T-Rex costume and join us for an ultra-rare, and possibly first-of-its-kind, public screening of this original, uncut, R-rated, gore-filled 35mm print of Tammy." It also stars a young Paul Walker, plus Theo Forsett, Ellen Dubin, and Terry Kiser. This new "uncut" version of the camp sci-fi comedy is part of a 4K restoration, direct from the camera negative, that will be out on VOD/Blu-ray later in the year. You just have to see this film to believe it really does exist.

Here's the new trailer for the "Uncut" version of Stewart Raffill's Tammy & The T-Rex, from YouTube:

Tammy & The T-Rex Poster

"He's the coolest pet in town!" A tale of true love and sci-fi madness as old as time absurdly unfurls in your new, soon to be all-time-favorite, too-insane-to-exist, cult classic film: Tammy and The T-Rex! An evil scientist implants the brain of Michael (a 21-year-old, babyfaced Paul Walker), a murdered high school student, into a robotic T-Rex, who swiftly escapes and goes on a wild mission to violently kill off his high school tormentors and reunite with his sweetheart, Tammy (Denise Richards). Tammy and The T-Rex is directed by British filmmaker Stewart Raffill (also of The Ice Pirates, The Philadelphia Experiment, Mac and Me, Lost in Africa), and was first released in December of 1994 - direct to video, it never made it to theaters. The Cinepocalypse Genre Film Festival in Chicago is screening a rare "Gore-Cut" version from the Academy Film Archive at its fest this summer. For tickets to view this, visit Who's in?

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I just remembered why I didn't watch it first time. But who knows, I might lower my expectations ...

shiboleth on May 30, 2019


Holy shit!

DAVIDPD on May 30, 2019


I didn't even know this was a "thing"....but I kind of want to see it out of morbid curiosity...

THE_RAW_ on May 30, 2019


I didn't even bother to watch the trailer. I mean, come on!

thespiritbo on May 30, 2019


Bwahahaha!!!!!!!!!! I'd watch this just to see Denise Richards and Paul Walker... oh wait, from the director of The Ice Pirates. Yeah this is must see now.

Akirakorn on May 30, 2019

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