In the style of such movies as Sharknado, Big Ass Spider and Lavalantula, Don Bitters and Geoff Risner’s Terrordactyl takes groups of onlookers on an ancient joyride into damnation where downtown Los Angeles is tormented by a lethal swarm of pterodactyls from space.
Terrordactyl is another in a long line of straight to video shlockbusters. Like most B-Movies it may be played straight yet it likewise conveys a slight appeal that bonds a sharp feeling of good times for the gathering of people. Sharing the executives seat Don Bitters and Geoff Risner have a great time motion picture yet takes away the freedom of dread by torment more than a couple of life-changing bungles along the way.
It’s a riddle with reference to what however there was something about this film held my consideration. The film is shot inconceivably well and looks extraordinary on screen. Both Bitters and Risner show a n eye for point of interest yet everything else falls flat. I may sound excessively negative here yet I have a lot of admiration for the present pattern of B-Movie return movies and this one exited me disillusioned. I welcome that movies like this are compelled to work with a unimaginably restricted spending plan yet movies like this lone succeed if the group included do their best to keep the gathering of people entertained.