Upon its release back in 1994, Tammy and the T-Rex had a PG-13 rating attached to it, and at that time no one knew that it was originally conceived as a gory, "R"-rated flick. For the first time ever, the newly re-discovered "gore cut" of the film recently screened at Cinepocalypse Film Festival, and its soon headed to Blu-ray from the wonderful folks at Vinegar Syndrome.
Vinegar Syndrome‘s new 4K restoration of the rated "R" version of the film is next playing at Fantastic Fest, with the Blu-ray being released just in time for their Black Friday sale in November!
You can check out the brand new trailer for the "gore cut" below, which showcases some of the film's more gruesome moments courtesy of the late, great John Carl Buechler.
In the Stewart Raffill-directed Tammy and the T-Rex, starring Denise Richards as Tammy and an animatronic T-Rex, "An evil scientist implants the brain of Michael, a murdered high school student, into an Tyrannosaurus. He escapes, wreaks vengeance on his high school tormentors and is reunited with his sweetheart Tammy."
The late Paul Walker also starred in the delightfully bizarre film!