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The Watermen (2012)

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A clan of watermen capture a crew of sport fishermen who must then fight for their lives.


Matt L. Lockhart



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Credited cast:
Jason Mewes ... Trailor
Richard Riehle ... Belvin Lee Smith
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Floyd Abel Floyd Abel ... Floyd Clements
Blakely Bunnell Blakely Bunnell ... Woman in woods
Scott Davis Scott Davis ... Shackleford West
Joy Glass Joy Glass ... Lisa
Luke Guldan ... Mike
Tara Heston ... Diane
Tyler Johnson ... Bret
Matt L. Lockhart Matt L. Lockhart ... Bait shop customer
Joe Monds Joe Monds ... Captain J
Ashley Myers Ashley Myers ... Chrissy
Gordon Price Gordon Price ... Jenkins Hogg
A.J. Roberts A.J. Roberts ... Attendant


A crew of watermen abducts persons in boats to grind their flesh and make bait. Six youngsters have their motor yacht sabotaged and they are stranded in the sea. The crew of a trawler rescues them and they drink spiked water and faint. When they wake up, they learn that they are trapped in an island and they have to fight against the sadistic men to survive. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence including rape, gruesome images, nudity, language and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

20 June 2012 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

A la deriva See more »

Filming Locations:

Newport News, Virginia, USA


Box Office


$1,150,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Seven Cities Media See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Bret: [about to ram a speed boat into a fishing ship] Get ready to... burn... motherfucker!
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Sweet Virginia Home
Written by 'Matt L. Lockhart'
Vocals/Guitar by 'Matt L. Lockhart'
Bass by 'Scott Orlando'
Drums by 'John Wade'
Fiddle/Banjo/Mandolin/Guitar by 'Bill Gurley'
Mixing Artist 'John Tracy'
Sound Engineer 'John Tracy'
Mastered by ' John Tracy'
Recorded by The Tree House, Williamsburg, VA
Courtesy of MCA Records
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14 June 2013 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

While it's always weird saying that you enjoy a movie with torture in it (it's only a movie I know), this one easily can be called a torture itself. There are almost no redeeming factors at all. Even if you are a Jason Mewes fan, you will wish he goes back to Kevin Smith (or vice versa) and they start making movies together again. Let's just say his output alone has not really got me excited.

But it would be unfair to put this all on his shoulders. He is trying, though even he can't help but burst out sentences that not only make no sense, but are completely insane. Some nudity and some good (not that many though) blood effects will not cover the mess up that this movie leaves behind. And I don't think the end will surprise. It shouldn't

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