Dinosaur Survival Movie “Jurassic Triangle” Gets Trailer Before February 2024 Release!

Jurassic Triangle movie 2024 trailer
Jurassic Triangle (Image: Trailer)

Distributed by Uncork’d Entertainment, the trailer for the upcoming dinosaur survival movie Jurassic Triangle has been released. And hey! What can I say? I’m down for campy feature-length offerings with low-tier CG monsters attacking people.

When it comes to movies like Jurassic Triangle, the creative team is very clear about what’s being offered and that’s why I don’t have a high bar for judging the overall production quality. As long as I have a good time, said movie is A-Okay in my book. And judging from the trailer, Jurassic Triangle does seem fun. There’s so much happening in the plot!

Directed by Victor de Almeida, the premise deals with a group of people stranded on a strange island after surviving a storm over the Atlantic Ocean. They soon realize that the island doesn’t appear on any map and is riddled with hungry dinosaurs. Not only that, the island doesn’t seem to have any concept of time and there are other deadly non-dino creatures on the hunt as well.

I mean, one would think that an island full of carnivorous dinos would be enough. But nopes. This movie will be going all out when it comes to the variety of creatures ready to kill our human characters.

Here’s the trailer!

Frankly, if my so-called acting career ever picks up (ha!), I would love to act in such a film just for the fun of it.

Written by Harry Boxley, the cast includes Darrell Griggs, Sian Altman, Dorothea Jones, Rob Kirtley, Toby Redpath, Connor Powles, Chrissie Wunna (she’s basically an icon when it comes to monster movies), Andre Pierre, and Faith Kiggundu.

Now, I’m not sure, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Powles happens to be playing a queer character.

Jurassic Triangle will be released on Digital come February 13, 2024.

Are you interested in watching it? What did you think of the trailer?

Let us know.

(via Press Release)

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.


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