Dead bodies are being found in the New York harbor. The police have no clues nor suspects until Nick and his colleague realize the killer is a giant octopus. Everybody, especially the ... See full summary »
Dead bodies are being found in the New York harbor. The police have no clues nor suspects until Nick and his colleague realize the killer is a giant octopus. Everybody, especially the police captain, refuses to believe Nick's story, and soon the harbor will be filled with boats for the 4th of July celebrations... Written by
The establishing shot of the Mayor's office building (at night) shows a well-lit skyscraper in the background. In all subsequent shots from the same position the building is shown in daylight and the skyscraper is gone. See more »
Okay, don't expect a movie titled "Octopus 2: river of fear" to change the world, but it is still a entertaining piece of b-movie that is actually does to seem to have compentent direction and fairly high production values, when you consider it was made as a direct-to-video quicky by nu image entertainment.
also, the performances show a little more effort than most low-budget films, and the script isn't too bad either, making this a fun outing for fans of cheese movies. So, this movie is no great shakes, but at least can manage to be worth a rental.
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