A fanciful futuristic fantasy so absurd it might be brilliant swings for the fences on streaming

A fanciful futuristic fantasy so absurd it might be brilliant swings for the fences on streaming ...

Jurassic Park, by Steven Spielberg, is the explanation for Hollywood's lack of dinosaur films. However, that doesn't mean the VOD market hasn't been swamped with exceptionally inexpensive attempts over the years, with Kingdom of the Dinosaurs clamoring for the fences to declare its argument as the most ridiculous yet.

Outside of Universal's lucrative dino series, Adam Driver's 65 can buck the trend and live up to its incredible potential, but it will still lack the punch of Kingdom of the Dinosaurs.

The story unfolds in the near-future of 2030, in the midst of World War III, when a small group of survivors is forced into an underground bunker to seek shelter, food, and solitude. Two years later, the group discovers that for some reason, dinosaurs are now roaming the planet.

We won't reveal whether or not this is a good film, but it might be worth mentioning in the canon of "so bad it's actually kinda awesome in a preposterous way." Streaming subscribers seem to agree, seeing as the downright demented sci-fi fantasy with sketchy CGI has taken a large bite out of the streaming charts.

Kingdom of the Dinosaurs has unquestionably become one of Prime Video's most-watched features in the United Kingdom, according to FlixPatrol, and we can only hope they went into the game with their expectations at a reasonable level.