The early scene where the captain discusses paying shares with the two crew members who work below deck is a reference to the similar conversation in Alien between Dallas, Parker and Brett. This film shares many similarities with Alien despite the difference in setting. See more »
Around 15 minutes in the crew are told there are Whales on the starboard side of the boat. But they're not Whales - they're Dolphins.
Dolphins in fact belong in the cetacean family, so are a type of whale, making it correct to refer to them as such. See more »
[on the corpse strewn boat]
Sea Fever; One Of Them Gets It... Then spreads it around
Doesn't explain his eyes
Must've been a fight
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Fado da Paixao
Arranged and produced by John Gerard Walsh See more »
Entertaining and worth seeing
If you like horror/thrillers, which I do and have seen too many to count, you should give this movie a shot. Above average for the genre and fairly original/creative compared the usual predictable movies churned out. Without any spoilers I would describe it as a 2nd rate "The Thing" except set on a boat/ocean. I only say 2nd rate because The Thing is one of the best horror/thrillers ever made and remains an absolute classic must watch. While this movie is entertaining and fast moving, it's not mind blowing or best of breed so go in with proper expectations and don't get too excited - enjoy!!
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