Black Water Abyss


Black Water Abyss

IMDb Ratings: 4.5/10

Genres: Action, Drama, Horror

Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)

Release Year: 2020

Director: Andrew Traucki

Stars Cast: Jessica McNamee, Luke Mitchell, Amali Golden

Black Water Abyss Screenshots

Black Water Abyss Screenshots

Black Water Abyss Movie Summary

It's just funny to see how much horror unfolded in the VOD era, perhaps reassuring viewers in the sense that it could always be worse. In a long history of stimulating holiday movies that I like to call “get-out-of-your-seat movies” comes Australia's “Black Water: Abyss,” the sequel to the rare but cult hit 2007 film “Black Water.” Setup and execution are almost fascinatingly simple – send five people to a cave system with rising waters and a killer crocodile and see what happens next. My general affinity for monster movies carried me through most of this B-movie, but the execution leaves much to be desired, particularly in the dark underwater cinematography and filmmaking gimmicks that turn the killer alligator into something more than a slasher movie. “Black Water: Abyss” is one of those movies that isn't particularly good but shouldn't be if you're in the right mood.

Two couples carry a lot of non-physical baggage on a caving trip in Australia. Eric (Luke Mitchell) and Jennifer (Jessica McNamee) are introduced to him checking her phone for relationship issues, so you know they're not determined enough to be in a life-or-death situation. Viktor (Benjamin Hoetjes), on the other hand, knows a thing or two about death, fresh out of successful cancer treatment. While he chooses to rest, his girlfriend Yolanda (Amali Golden), who has just learned she is pregnant, encourages him to go on a caving trip. A cheating boyfriend, a pregnant girlfriend, a convalescent cancer patient – ​​credit should at least be given to director Andrew Traucki for trying to give some distinctiveness to the inevitable alligator meal.

Deep in the Australian jungle, some friends are exploring a remote cave system when a tropical storm hits. As the rising floodwaters keep them deep below the surface, something even more deadly emerges from the darkness: killer crocodiles.