Dinocroc vs. Supergator - Let's Get Ready To Rumble!

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Jim Wynorski / Avery Guerra

It's good to see that 'versus' movies are coming back into style again. Throughout the history of monster films there have been epic battles between titanic foes such as "Godzilla vs Megalon", "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers", "Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus" and "Joe Versus the Volcano.".....um.....okay.

Today we have yet another titanic battle of the super-beasts in Jim Wynorski's, "Dinocroc vs. Supergator." As you can obviously guess, the film is about a prehistoric crocodile that somehow ends up in the same place as a gigantic mutant alligator, and they both fight.

If you recall, Wynorski's last film was the adult parody of "Cloverfield", entitled "Cleavagefield." We learned from that one that the directer has a thing for big monsters and big boobs. Now, I don't know how many chesty maidens are going to be in this one, but there are two huge critters for certain.

The most notable thing about this one, is the appearance of the late David Carradine, who died sometime immediately after completing his scenes in the film.

I know what your thinking, "crocodiles?, alligators? why they are the same thing ain't they?"

Why no, they ain't....ur...aren't. What, did you forget your "Captain Kangaroo"? Let's refer to Wikipeadia for some clarity:

While alligators are often confused with crocodiles, they belong to two quite separate taxonomic families.

The most obvious external differences are visible in the head—alligators have wider and shorter heads, and a more U-shaped than V-shaped snout. The alligator's upper jaw is wider than its lower jaw, and the teeth in the lower jaw fit into small depressions in the upper jaw. The upper and lower jaws of the crocodiles and caimans are the same width, and teeth in the lower jaw fall along the edge or outside the upper jaw when the mouth is closed. When the crocodile's mouth is closed, the large fourth tooth in the lower jaw fits into a constriction in the upper jaw. For hard-to-distinguish specimens, the protruding tooth is the most reliable feature to define a species.

The film should be ready in January, until then, here are the first photos of 'Dinocroc' and 'Supergator' from...um..."Dinocroc vs. Supergator":

See Also: Has Jim Wynorski Created The Fattest Movie Monster Of All Time? / Cleavagefield Special Effects Photos / B Movie Celebration Scores World Premiere Of Cleavagefield / The First Trailer For Cleavagefield / The First Image From Cleavagefield / A Brand New Promo Photo From Cleavagefield / Cleavagefield - Giant Monsters And Giant Breasts All In One Movie!


  1. If anyone on this site just learned of Jim Wynorski's affinity for big breasts from CLEAVAGEFIELD, I'd say they have DECADES of his previous work to catch up on!

  2. "Dincroc vs. Supergator"? WTF are Corman and Wynorski thinking? THEY'RE THE SAME CG MODEL, FOR CRYING OUT LOUD! >_<

  3. Hey Ya's want Big Budget See Spielberg Or Lucas - You want B-Movies You get Shower Curtains and Plan 9 From outer Space !!!!!!!!