Kingdom of the Dinosaurs (2022) Movie Review

Kingdom of the Dinosaurs – Movie Review

Kingdom of the Dinosaur

Director: Scott Jeffrey

Writer: Scott Jeffrey (Screenplay)

Cast

  • Mark Haldor (Reign of Chaos)
  • Darcie Rose
  • Chelsea Greenwood
  • Chrissie Wunna
  • Stephen Staley

Plot: In 2030, during World War III in which a small group of survivors make it into a bunker. Two years later they have to exit to find new supplies, but they are greeted by dinosaur predators.

Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Kingdom of the Dinosaurs starts as World War III breaks out, a small group of survivors Drew (Haldor) and his wife Carly Rae (Rose) make it to a bunker. When the supplies start running low, Drew must lead a team to the surface.

Once the team is on the surface, they learn of the devastation left on the surface. The dinosaurs have taken over and now, the facility is under attack from dinosaurs too.

Verdict on Kingdom of the Dinosaurs

Kingdom of the Dinosaurs is a sci-fi horror that uses a mix of the destruction of war and dinosaurs to throw us into an apocalyptic world. This makes the film have a zombie feel, with how everything is created, would be the base plan for a zombie movie, but this time using dinosaurs.

When it comes to the core story, it is as simple as a small group needing to leave safety for resources. The risk will have casualties and the home base also comes under attack. Nothing really feels that fresh and it is more waiting to see how the characters will get picked or fight back.

The effects work well for the low budget, with some dinosaur shots looking great, while others do not. When it comes to the dinosaur actions, it tends to go against everything we have seen in the Jurassic Park franchise.

Final ThoughtsKingdom of the Dinosaurs is an easy-watch sci-fi action movie.

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