A silent and swift predator is preying on helpless college students and the unsuspecting inhabitants of the sleepy town of Helena, Alabama. Before long, another devastating attack stains the waters red, as the alligator expert, Brenda Gray, and the local officer, Sheriff Jones, try their best to shed light on the mystery. More and more, the death toll keeps rising, and there's no telling when the killings will end. Now, the quiet fresh-water assassin is waiting for the right time to strike again. What kind of hideous creature is lurking below the surface?Written by
The tag line says "be afraid of what you can't see" but after watching this pile of dumpster fire you'll wish this was one thing you hadn't seen.
Zoe Bell 'toplines' this abysmal schlock and is about as good as you'd expect from a movie with totally visible mic-packs, sfx from an iOS app, and the kind of acting, script and directing you can only appreciate if your mind is mush.
It's utterly terrible and does contain a few unintentional laughs, but seriously save yourself 83 minutes and do something, anything else instead.
Go watch Fateful Findings instead.
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