Tammy and the T-Rex High On Life Guide

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Tammy and the T-Rex is one of the movies that players can watch in full-length within High On Life. It’s sort of a bonus content for those who are patient enough to watch through the ads and shows that play through the protag’s living room TV or for those who are just lucky to catch it on time.

In this guide, we will talk about the Tammy and the T-Rex bonus content in High On Life, what it’s about, what to expect, and how to watch it in the game.

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What is Tammy and the T-Rex about?

Tammy and the T-Rex is a real sci-fi/comedy movie made in 1994 starring Denise Richards as Tammy and the late Paul Walker as Michael. The movie revolves around Tammy and Michael where the latter gets kidnapped by an evil scientist and gets his brain implanted into an animatronic T-rex. Michael then sets out to exact his revenge on his bullies and his captors while trying to get back to his sweetheart Tammy.

How to watch Tammy and the T-Rex in High On Life

To watch Tammy and the T-Rex, all you need to do is to go to your house and watch the movie from the living room sofa. You also have the option to sit beside Gene and watch the movie with him; the movie will play regardless of where you are in the living room. What you need to look out for is the show called Human TV hosted by Humandor. After a few moments of talking, he will then present the movie.

It’s not always going to be the one showing on the TV most of time as there are plenty of other commercials that appear one after the other and there’s no TV guide that you can look into. To get around this, you can save up within the house and then reload the checkpoint. This loads you back into the house, but the show on the TV will change. Continue doing this until you get Human TV show on the screen.

What to expect from Tammy and the T-Rex movie in High On Life

First of all, the version of the movie that gets played in the game is actually the rated-R “Gore Cut” which features a lot of bloody gore and deaths. But since this is a movie from the 90’s, you can expect that the practical effects (and some camera effects) are not as good as the ones in modern movies right now, and they’re what give the movie a wacky and campy vibe.

Second, the movie does get played in its entirety, from the start until the end of its credits. However, since the movie is being played as a part of an in-game TV show, expect to get some commercial breaks throughout the movie. These commercials are the same ones that usually play within the game, and are kind of like the ones shown in the Intergalactic Cable from the Rick and Morty series.

Lastly, going back to the gory nature of this movie, if you ever plan to stream yourself playing the game, showing parts of this movie might get you a copyright strike or the excessive blood might cause you to breach TOS. Stay on the safe side, especially if the other full-length movie plays instead of Tammy and the T-Rex; that movie has full-on nudity.

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Check out this video by bcbotkillerpresents showing a short part of the movie being showing within the High On Life: