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Razortooth (2007)

The concept is based on a true story concerning an exotic species of eels that are released in the southeast from Asia. They breathe air and can survive on land.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Douglas Swander ... Delmar Coates (as Doug Swander)
Kathleen LaGue ... Sheriff Ruth Gainey-Coates
Simon Page ... Dr. Soren Abramson, Ph.D.
Tim Colceri ... Lott Dryer
Kate Gersten ... Holly Shulbert
Brandon Breault Brandon Breault ... Dean Povich
Josh Gad ... Jay Wells
Matt Holly Matt Holly ... Mark Constance
Adam McCrory Adam McCrory ... Everett
Max Rhyser ... Eddie (as Max Rishoj)
Joshua Rubin ... Sal
Jack Monroe Jack Monroe ... Chubby Deputy
Amanda Sickler Amanda Sickler ... Mrs. Brannigan
Ian Pliske Ian Pliske ... Cousin Lou
Joseph P. Genier Joseph P. Genier ... Scoutmaster Cliff (as Joe Genier)


Two prisoners escape through the swamp land in Everglades and the search party is attacked by a giant mutant eel and is considered missing. The Animal Control agent Delmar Coates is searching a missing dog with his ex-wife Sheriff Ruth Gainey-Coates and he discovers the remains of the animal. Meanwhile members of a canoe club organize an expedition through the swamp. When Sheriff Ruth organizes a manhunt to capture the criminals, Delmar informs that his former friend, Dr. Soren Abramson, who is chasing the eel with a group of college students, is the responsible for mutant species. Sheriff Ruth organizes two teams to hunt the prisoners and the eel. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rated R for bloody creature attacks and gore | See all certifications »

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Last film of Rick Dean. See more »


When Delmar wades into the lake with the grenade, between the close-ups of his face and the shots of him and the creature, the water height changes constantly. See more »


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the bb guns are the best
11 September 2010 | by geddyneilalex28See all my reviews

My family and I love bad horror films. We watch them every Saturday night. Tonight, we watched this "movie." Normally you can at least count on pretty girls in these flicks, but not here. Every woman in this movie is god awful ugly. The acting is terrible, the plot dumb, but the absolute best part is that every gun shown in the film is a bb or pellet gun. I thought I was going to die laughing when I first realized this and it made every scene with a gun just that much funnier. I often wonder if the people in these films know that they are making crap. I just can't imagine anybody gets excited about adding Razortooth to their resume. This movie pushed even our love of bad movies to the limit. It may just be one of the worst movies ever made.

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Release Date:

2 June 2009 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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