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Tammy and the T-Rex is a 1994 film directed by Stewart Raffill. The movie is a comedy-horror film that tells the story of a teenage girl named Tammy and her boyfriend Michael, who is killed by a group of thugs and his brain is implanted in a robotic T-Rex. The film follows Tammy as she tries to rescue her boyfriend’s brain and bring him back to life.
The film is a cheesy and campy, with a mix of horror and comedy elements. The special effects are quite dated by today’s standards, but they were state of the art at the time. The acting is on the over the top side, with the actors clearly having fun with the material.
The story is unique and its blend of horror and comedy is something that will appeal to fans of the genres. The film’s soundtrack is also noteworthy, featuring songs from the likes of White Zombie and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
The film is not for everyone, but if you are a fan of cheesy horror-comedies, this is a movie you’ll enjoy. It’s a good movie for a fun night in with friends and some popcorn. It’s not a classic, but it’s entertaining and has a unique premise.