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DVD cover
Directed by Brian Clyde
Produced by Roger Corman
Written by Wayne Gates
Brian Clyde
Starring Brad Johnson
Kelly McGillis
Music by Damon Ebner
Cinematography Robert Shoemaker
Andrea V. Rossotto
New Horizons Picture Corp.
Distributed by Rodeo Productions
Release date
  • July 14, 2007 (2007-07-14)
Running time
96 mins.
Country United States
Language English

Supergator is a 2007 horror film from Roger Corman starring Brad Johnson and Kelly McGillis. The music was by Damon Ebner.


After Corman produced Dinocroc in 2004, he wanted to create a sequel to be named Dinocroc 2. However, Sci-Fi Channel turned down the project after claiming that sequels did not do well for them.[1] Corman decided to go ahead with the project, but under the name Supergator.[2]


Professor Scott Kinney is an American geologist monitoring a local volcano when Supergator, a Deinosuchus recreated from fossilized preserved DNA escapes from a secret bio-engineering research center/laboratory. Along the way, it eats thirteen people, including two lovers, three drunken teens, three models, two tourists and a fisherman. It also eats Alexandra Stevens and Ryan Houston.

Kinney joins forces with another scientist, Kim Taft, and a Texan alligator hunter named Jake. They pursue the monster as it heads down river intent on destroying a luxurious resort packed with hundreds of tourists. Conventional weapons have no effect on it at all and Kim is eaten. So they, with the help of Carla, plan a trap for it using a fake volcano. They lure him on to it, with Jake using himself as live bait. Supergator devours him and Kinney kills it by shooting at the fake volcano, which then blows up the beast.



The film has received good and negative reviews from critics.[citation needed]and an audience score of 9%.


  1. ^ "When Dinocroc and Supergator Collide". Dread Central. May 21, 2009. Retrieved May 28, 2011. 
  2. ^ Jon Condit (May 26, 2007). "See Ya Later, Supergator". Dread Central. Retrieved May 28, 2011. 

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