Tammy and the T-Rex (1994)
by Stewart Raffill
Pulse Video - December 2022
Original Title :
Audio : English, French (Quebec), Italian
Subtitles : French
Duration : 82 mins
Format : Reversible Blu-ray cover
Zone : All zones
Genre : Comedy, SF
Tammy, the prettiest girl in high school, is in love with handsome Michael. He finds himself in a coma after being attacked by a lion, and has his brain stolen by a mad scientist who wants to implant it in his dinosaur robot. Michel, now in the body of a T-Rex, escapes from the laboratory, determined to find Tammy. It doesn't matter how many people he has to gut, decapitate, amputate or crush for that.
A gory romantic comedy with Denise Richards, Paul Walker and a dinosaur? Does this thing exist? But yes ! One of the most WTF films in Hollywood history is coming to blu-ray. Led by two leading stars, signed by the director of Philadelphia Experiment and Mac et Moi . Cult in the United States, Tammy and the T-Rex is however completely new in France, whether in cinema, video or television. We are proud to be able to present it to you for the first time in France in an HD master restored from the original negatives, in the original version with subtitles, but also exclusively in the French version, thanks to the efforts of our Quebec cinephile friends. , and with a brand new original visual created by Baptite Messi. To discover urgently, especially if you are wondering how to burn out the last neurons you have left!
- New 4K master restored by Vinegar Syndrome from the original negative (2019)
- Reversible cover with a new visual created by Baptiste Messi on the front and the US edition visual created by Tom Hodges (The Dude Designs) on the back
- Film in original version with subtitles, in French version (Quebec dubbing) and in Italian version.
- The film in VHS-Vision
- Interviews with Denise Richards, (12 minutes) the director Stewart Raffill (20 minutes) and comedians George Pilgrim (20 minutes) and Sean Whalen (12 minutes), with French subtitles.
- Audio commentary by director Stewart Raffill (no subtitles)