Ever since Jurassic Park filmmakers have been devising all sorts of reasons to explain why scientists keep cloning dinosaurs back into existence. The Asylum’s forthcoming attempt to piggyback off the upcoming Jurassic World sequel purports what may very well be the loopiest explanation yet: organ donation.
Welcome to the Triassic World of healthcare.
Dinosaurs are back, used as the perfect animals to grow human organs for transplants. But in doing so, scientists have made them all but indestructible, leaving humans scrambling to fight back when the creatures escape a research lab.
Before anyone questions writer Marc Gottlieb or director Dylan Vox on the veracity of using prehistoric reptilian predators as the perfect specimens to grow human organ tissue just remember the first rule of all Jurassic Park clones: everything is just an excuse to have dinosaurs run amok and eat people.
Shellie Sterling, Joseph Harris, Hayley J. Williams, and Thomas Varga star as the humans desperately trying not to donate their own organ tissue to the hungry velociraptors running amok through the halls of Jurassic Hospital.
The fairly brief trailer for Grey’s Paleontology AKA Triassic World has hit the web in anticipation of the film’s June 19th DVD/VOD release.