Open on gorgeous swamplands of the Atchafalaya Basin in the summer. Lots of beautiful teens are at the beach the weekend before Gator Fest. That night an animal smuggling deal goes wrong and a large sea creature escapes into a swampy backwoods river. At the McDaniel's "Gator Shack" restaurant, a local, Jackson is drunk, and gets mangled to bits. The town sheriff blames the carnage on the McDaniel's "escaped" pack of gators and tries hauling them off to jail. Rachel McDaniel, head of the family, claims to have seen the fin of a shark! Rachel and her family, along with the help of a mysterious stranger, Charlie, take on the Swampshark and the law to clear their names, save Rachel's kid sister Krystal and prevent the unwitting folks at the upcoming Gator Fest from being torn to shreds by a beast the likes of which no one has ever seen!
Writer:Jennifer Iwen (screenplay), Eric Miller (screenplay), Eric Miller
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Kathryn A (br) wrote: waste of time, could not get it to work on my samsung tablet
Anatoly S (us) wrote: SEVEN hours of interviews and FOUR hours of bonus materials create an extremely comprehensive look at the series. Although not as good as Never Sleep Again, it's a must see for every fan of the franchise and 80s horror in general. RECOMMENDED.
James H (de) wrote: The first half is fast paced and engrossing and actually quite good, the second half descends into stereotypical horror gimmicks. Does well with the low budget. The acting isn't too bad.
Frank N (fr) wrote: Een van de betere Nederlandse films. Vooral Van Houten is goed.
Rahul B (nl) wrote: A must see for all young couples.... Its a beautiful potray of fast life in big cities.
John M (de) wrote: The film falters in its third act, which feels drawn out and a little wearisome, but what comes before is top notch. An excellent debut from Pang as director.
Joe S (de) wrote: Lol at Jimmy Fallon trying here
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