A few years back Australian writer/director Andrew Traucki hit the horror scene with his highly entertaining killer crocodile flick Black Water. Not set on terrifying audiences with one water-dwelling creature feature, Traucki is back with his follow-up feature called The Reef.
We mentioned a few days ago that the shark thriller The Reef was swimming our way, but the good folks over at Image Entertainment have just made it official. Read on for the details. From the Press Release
Mid-July is going to be a good time for DVD and Blu-ray releases featuring people getting eaten alive. Dinocroc and Supergator take time out between rounds to devour anyone in their path. Native American lycan legends go on the prowl in Maneater and Monster Wolf.
A new official trailer for Andrew (Black Water) Traucki’s Australian killer shark flick, The Reef, swam its way to the shores of our Dread Central offices, and it'll give you even more encouragement to STAY OUT OF THE WATER! Synopsis:
This Halloween (well, Saturday October 30th to be specific), the Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square will once again play host to FrightFest’s annual "All-Nighter". The full line-up has now been announced. Feast your eyes! Of course Dread Central will be there to bring you all the info you need on the movies shown. Hope to see you there!
The official trailer for Andrew (Black Water) Traucki’s new Australian killer shark flick, The Reef, has been unleashed, and we didn't even have to chum the waters!
Sharks are probably one of the scariest creatures on the planet. There's just no reasoning with them. You're not a person in their cold black eyes. You, just like everything else in their way, are simply lunch. Hell, depending on your size, maybe even just a snack! It's that very justified fear of these creatures that the filmmakers behind The Reef hope to tap into.
Though very few got up and shouted about the greatness of Black Water (DVD review) when it was released a few months back, the reviews were pretty even across the board, at least the ones I read.