The Blood of the Dinosaurs -Deranged Adults Only | KT Review

Well, The Blood of the Dinosaurs takes you on a weird ride. Kind of like taking out that horse that’s been on box rest for a couple of weeks and who, all of a sudden, has never seen carrier bags, hay bales, or that scary bush that’s always been there before. And then all of a sudden your horse is a cow, a donkey, a giraffe, and a horse again who remembers all of it.

**There may be spoilers ahead**

The Blood of the Dinosaurs - a short film by Joe Badon

The Blood of the Dinosaurs’ won Best Short Film at the 2021 Sin City Horror Fest, WTF Award at the 2022 Buried Alive Film Festival and has now been accepted into the 2022 Chattanooga Film Fest, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Indy Film Fest, Boston Underground Film Festival and BizarroLand Film Festival. 

Joe Badon has written and directed this award winning short film, filmed in Louisiana, with cinematographer Daniel Waghorne who’s drone pilot work has featured in upcoming film Where the Crawdads Sing, The Thing About Pam, and Your Honour, amongst others.

Starring Vincent Stabla as Uncle Bobbo (She Was The Deputies Wife, Graceland), Holly Bonney (Leverage: Redemption, Black Bird), Tiffany Christy (The Marked, Sister Tempest), Kyle Clements (Deathtrip!, The God Inside My Ear), and Kali Russell (Sister Tempest, Dvrker: Infinity Room).

You can check out The Blood of the Dinosaurs at the Fantasia International Film Festival Tuesday July, 19th! 

The Blood of the Dinosaurs Review Conclusion

Will there be more? Uncle Bobbo’s story could be quite an interesting film -or short series perhaps- I’d watch the hell outta that. From the start it keeps you watching, you don’t wanna miss anything as it jumps around from scene to scene. Isn’t Uncle Bobbo just kinda creepy cool? And the whole thing is sandwiched in an interview that made me think I was watching the wrong thing. I’d like a look around Uncle Bobbo’s place, for sure, he seems to have some interesting stuff. And I loved the microphones in shot, camera crew as part of the whole thing thing. And that oil to birth thing. It’s one of those late night/early morning, just got in but not ready for bed, still eating left over takeaway and having a sensible coffee before sleep kinda shows. I’d go watch it, if I was you.

Rating: 4 out of 5.