Tammy and the T-Rex is back, and it’s bloodier than ever. The cult 1994 film was released as a PG-13 movie 25 years ago, but it was originally intended to be an R-rated horror. Now, the film’s “Gore Cut” is being re-released, and there’s no way this version could ever earn a PG-13 rating.
The film debuted at Cinepocalypse and is now headed for Blu-ray release, courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome, and not only will it feature all the dino-related blood and gore you could ever want, but it’s also been fully restored in 4K HD. The campy (and now viciously gory) film stars Denise Richards as the titular high schooler Tammy, who is reunited with her murder victim boyfriend Michael (the late Paul Walker) after a mad scientist implants his brain into a Tyrannosaurus Rex. And that’s pretty much all you need to know! From there you’re in for lots of animatronic mayhem, cheesy lines, and the world’s goofiest love story. You can check out the trailer for the film’s gore cut here, but be warned, this level of gore is undoubtedly NSFW.
Tammy and the T-Rex‘s Gore Cut will be available on Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome this November during the company’s Black Friday sale, according to Bloody Disgusting. So mark your calendars, because we can’t think of any better way to relax after Thanksgiving than by watching a dinosaur puppet wreak havoc while catching up with his high school sweetheart.