Sharks seem to get all the press, especially this week. Meanwhile, alligators and crocodiles keep devouring more than their fair share of b-movie victims. But do you see Discovery Channel putting on a “Croc Week” or Syfy unleashing a “Gatornado”? Nope. Luckily, movies like Crocodylus are here to keep our non-shark-related fears of the water going.
Across the Pond Film Studios has unveiled the first trailer for director Myles Erfurth’s Crocodylus, which he also co-wrote with Michael Mclaren. The film is currently slated to begin taking a bite out of movie watchers sometime this Halloween season.
Antoni Corone, Dawn Soleri, Roberto Escobar, Noa Lindberg, and Courtney Dlugos star.
One thing you won’t see much of in this trailer for Crocodylus: Crocodylus. Seems they’re taking the “less is more” approach to the marketing. Hopefully we will see more in the future.
Excitement and joy descend upon a small mid-Florida town called Peaceful Creek commencing Spring Break 2017.
NDMD 11 news station is broadcasting on the upcoming events. News comes in that a local farmer, Jack Straw, has unearthed a prehistoric skull; and NDMD is fast to respond to the find. Sammy, the local news commentator, makes a call to her boyfriend, Mathew Debrie. Mathew, a recently graduated paleontologist, is quick on the scene. As he slowly polishes off the dirt, he is amazed to find that it is the skull of a monstrous Crocodylus, a Nile crocodile whose only evident existence was thought to be deep in the African continent.
Mathew calls his close friend Dr. David Williams, a fellow Harvard student, who takes an immediate flight from New York to Pleasant Creek. Upon his arrival, all hell breaks loose as a young boy is savagely taken by a gator while he was fishing in the lake. A tooth lodged in the child’s buoyancy vest confirms a reptile, but this is no GATOR ATTACK…