Five friends exploring a remote cave system in Northern Australia find themselves threatened by a hungry crocodile.

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Andrew Traucki

Writers:

John Ridley (as Ian John Ridley), Sarah Smith
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica McNamee ... Jennifer
Luke Mitchell ... Eric
Amali Golden ... Yolanda
Benjamin Hoetjes ... Viktor
Anthony J. Sharpe ... Cash
Louis Toshio Okada Louis Toshio Okada ... Akito
Rumi Kikuchi ... Miyuki
Anna Kubat Anna Kubat ... Extra
Nicole Collett Nicole Collett ... Extra
Stu Kirk ... Extra
Troy Black Troy Black ... Extra
Damien Blewett ... Extra
Isabella Sheehan Isabella Sheehan ... Extra
Glenn Adams Glenn Adams ... Extra
Myra Stoertzer Myra Stoertzer ... Extra
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Five friends exploring a remote cave system in Northern Australia find themselves threatened by a hungry crocodile.

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Descend into Fear

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Action | Drama | Horror

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A sequel to the 2007 Australian croc film, Black Water See more »

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As they explore the cave, the lamps on their helmets are at an angle upwards, and not directly ahead of them where they would be useful. See more »

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Eric: Looks like it spat you out
Viktor: I guess it didn't like the taste
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References Crocodile Dundee (1986) See more »

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Soggy subterranean survival yarn.
25 July 2020 | by CinemaSerfSee all my reviews

Luke Mitchell is one of those actors that the camera really loves - especially when he is wet; unfortunately though, he isn't the only thing that is a bit wet about this. He leads a group of friends on a cave-dive in the remote Queensland forest where only days earlier, a couple of tourists had gone missing. Initially, all goes well until a thunderstorm above floods their caves and they find themselves on the menu for a particularly nasty crocodile as they try to get back to the surface. At times, the direction and lighting do create quite a tense, claustrophobic, atmosphere and it reminded me why I would never want to get into any sort of hole in the ground that didn't have an escalator and train at the end of it. The characterisations are poor, though - the usual melodramatic mix of personal sub-plots that all really just make you contemplate that maybe the croc is just performing a public service - and the wishy-washy ending sort of sums the whole thing up! I can't say it was worth the money to see on a big screen, but I reckon that is the only way to watch it - it will look very ordinary on the telly.


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Release Date:

7 August 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Black Water: Abyss See more »

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