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Creature - DVD Preview

Creature

Preview by Jack Foley

IN A horrific gorefest that will make you afraid to go in the water again, Creature charts the misadventures of ex-Navy seal Niles, his girlfriend, and their friends as they embark on a one-way road trip to hell.

The film is released on DVD on Monday, August 13, 2012.

Stopping at a roadside convenience store, the group encounter the sinister Chopper, played by the ever-menacing Sid Haig (Halloween, House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects), who recounts the unnerving tale of Lockjaw. The fabled God-like creature who is half man, half alligator feeds off human flesh, butchering its victims while they still breathe.

Local legend has it, that an inbred man by the name of Grimley once lost his family to a monstrous white alligator, driving him to insanity. Some believe that in madness he was transformed into the very creature that now lurks in the fetid depths of the Louisiana swamplands. Prowling beneath the shallows, it stalks its prey.

Their curiosity aroused, the young group choose to play along with the local tourist trap and journey deep into the backwoods in search of the desolate cabin, said to be the birthplace of the monstrous creature.

As they set up camp for the night, their doggedness is challenged as Lockjaw turns out to be much more than just mere myth and they realise the locals are hiding a horrifying secret that puts them all in grave danger.

A gruesome and undeniably scary directorial debut from Fred Andrews (Without A Trace, CSI: Miami), prepare yourself to come face to face with a new breed of monster and a new breed of horror.

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Certificate: 18
Running time: tbc
UK DVD Release: August 13, 2012