Thursday, May 02, 2019

Crawl Warns Alligators will Hunt You in this Movie Trailer and Poster

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Just after a release of several movie stills, horror thriller Crawl now has a trailer and official poster. The graphic warns of alligators, while the movie trailer shows them up close and personal. Crawl was written by brothers Michael and Shawn Rasmussen (The Inhabitants). Paris born director Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D) helms this environmental disaster title. And, film legend Sam Raimi (Evil Dead) is producer, along with Craig Flores (300). The trailer, which shows character Haley struggling with several threats, is available here - ahead of the film's July theatrical launch.

The longer synopsis mentions a massive hurricane. Set in Florida, the influx of water has turned a neighbourhood into an alligator's breeding ground. Now, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) - after reuniting with her father (Barry Pepper) - must find a way to survive the night, until the flood waters recede. Together, father and daughter will have to find a way to work together - to weather this storm.

The official poster is a good one. The central image warns of: "alligators are common in this area," "they can be dangerous," and "they are known to stalk their prey." The sign also states that they will hunt you. Meanwhile, an alligator slinks below the sign as the hurricane gathers strength.

Crawl will show this July 12th, in U.S. theatres. Paramount Pictures will distribute this title, which promises a thrilling time in theatre seats. Fans of thriller or of horror titles can find the latest on Crawl right here.

Release Date: July 12, 2019 (Theaters).

Director: Alexandre Aja.

Writers: Michael Rasmussen, Shawn Rasmussen.

Cast: Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Ross Anderson and Anson Boon.

The official trailer for Crawl:

Another post on the film, with movie stills: Crawl Article #1 on 28DLA

Director Aja also helmed the creature feature Piranha 3D, from 2010:

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