Against all logic, the competitive swimmer, Haley, drives into the mouth of a furiously destructive Category 5 hurricane on a collision course with her hometown of Florida, to check in on her estranged father, Dave. There, in their weather-beaten house amid a rapidly sinking and alligator-infested town, Haley and her father find themselves trapped in the labyrinthine mess of their flooded crawl space, where a merciless pair of six-metre predators is silently stalking them. Now--as Haley and Dave are gasping for air in the claustrophobic basement--only their will to survive can help them stand a chance against the scaly adversaries' powerful jaws. Can they escape without getting eaten alive?
Director: Alexandre Aja
Writer: Michael Rasmussen, Shawn Rasmussen
Production: Paramount Pictures
Released: 12 Jul 2019
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Apex predator all day
I thought I'd go for a run
We can defeat these pea brained lizard...
You gotta be fucking kidding me
You look good
I'm coming back for you
You son of a bitch
You need to go now
- What can I do for you? Just petrol, is it? [ Eastern European accent ] No petrol. [ RUSTY ] Huh? It's my car. The engine, it goes...
- Noise is bad, no? Oh, yeah, yeah, the noise is bad, but, um-- I don't want to break down. No, no, of course you don't. I'm heading up north. See family. Oh, yeah, look... um, I'm sorry, mate,
- My father-- he is sick as a dog.
- In cash? Cash. [ RUSTY ] Spark knock, they call it. Too much heat in the old combustion chamber. Head gasket could fly out, piston might crack. Always an issue with these high-mileage motors.
- Bought it secondhand, you say?
- Yesterday. Sure is an interesting color for a car. What do you call it? Bronze? Chocolate.
- Lucky you swung by this way. Like you said yourself, you don't want to break down. It'll be gettin' dark soon.
- How much? Well, let's have a look.
- All in all, it's gonna cost you $200.
- That was a very special cleaner I used. Top-quality detergent all the way from Europe.
- Mate, I've got a business to run. Now, I gave you a fair price. Your car's fixed, isn't it? A little bird said you were greedy. What?
- He's been at it for ages. [ MARILYN ] Yeah? I thought you'd gone home by now. I'm still waiting on Annie. Where is she? She's outside on the phone. It's trouble with her boys. Marilyn, leave t
- I got him a cake. He's only been gone six days. Isn't that a tad excessive? This could be one of the most important nights of my life. I've gotta do something, right? You didn't bake it yours
- Uh, it's on the house. I'm feeling rather generous. Mmm! You're too good to me, Marilyn.
- Right. How are the puppies lookin'? Puppies? Got enough bounce, do you think? Uh...yep. They look great. Well... if you've got it, flaunt it.
- [ chuckles ] [ light bulb buzzing ] [ SLIM ] Well, you've got some nerve. You were supposed to come round here after the bar closes. Weren't that the arrangement? I bet Rusty isn't even at th
- You ever been? Oh, Christ, you're not missing much. Thinner wallet. Microwave dinners. Sex on your birthday.
- [ MARILYN ] We've been living together two years. Two years next month. You're like a wife already. Yeah, a wife with no wedding. Travis should know better. So, what did he say exactly when he
- So...Andelko still calling the shots up north, is he?
- Well, I guess so. He gave me your number.
- Bought me a nice six-gun. Manufactured in 1898. Real fancy. You said. Slim, I'm out. Damn it, Marilyn. Don't you knock? Sorry, I didn't think-- Can't you see I've got company here? I'm heade
- Oh, and, um, that guy's still fixing the busted lock. He said someone's gonna call about changing that glass first thing Monday. Is that it? That's it. Night, darlin'.
- Right. What happened... with the lock? Teenagers. That's what happened. Last night, breaking in and stealing booze. Tsk. It ain't the first time, neither. You might remember me telling you
- Damn kids. A good hidin' would set 'em straight.
- Bet you can't wait to get out of here, eh? Three days, and you're itching to crawl back.
- What do you make of this little town, anyhow? You never gave me your opinion of my adopted home. This trip is business, not pleasure.
- Well, that's a shame. Plenty of fun to be had around here.
- You just gotta know where to look, is all. I bought a car. Hmm. New automobile, eh? Chocolate. What? The color. Chocolate. Yeah. Well, that sure is an interesting color... for a car.
- No, no. I'm done with this, finished. Just take it, all right? It's a long drive back home. If you don't want it, give it to your girlfriend. Shit, you got a girlfriend, don't you?
- Before you go...there's something I want to know.
- Did he suffer at all-- Rusty?
- He was a crook, you know. You said. Never made good on his payments, one excuse after another. Ain't no one gonna miss him. Finance should never come between friends, and I told him, too, I w
- Happens when I get in a fluster. My wife usually brings it out of me. Oh, Jesus.
- Remember to go out at the back while you can. And don't order no drinks, neither. I don't need customers getting all suspicious.
- [ MARILYN ] To be honest, I just don't know how to prepare for something like this. Well, when he drops down on one knee, you'd best act surprised. Yeah. Break his heart otherwise. I say you g
- [ beeping ] [ TRAVIS ] Hey, sweetheart. Letting you know I'm on my home, and I shouldn't be too long, I reckon. Just stopped for coffee, and... my phone's run out of battery. I can't wait to
- * Oh, my Lord, have you heard about * * Heard about Good Town? * Everybody's happy and you never see a frown * * There in Good Town * Oh, my Lord, I've packed my bags * * Packed my bags for G
- [ line ringing ] - [ ANNIE ] Hello? - Annie? - Hello? - Annie, it's Marilyn. Oh, Marilyn, honey. Did you-- - It's my cake. - Cake? I left it in your car on the back seat. Shit, I see it. -
- [ HOLLY ] Hey, Slim. Christ, Holly. Can't you see I'm busy here? Sergeant Byrd is here to see you. Rolly, too. What, now? Yeah, now. Listen, uh, tell 'em I'm tied up, I'm busy, and I just ca
- Of course. I'll take a bourbon, darlin'. Black Crow.
- Well...I thought you'd be retired by now, eh, Sarge? Well, I never was much of a golfer. Pussy's game. No contact.
- what brings you out this way so late? [ BYRD ] Rusty. Rusty Sebb. Late this afternoon, down at the service station, there wa--
- So, what's that about Rusty? He's dead. Murdered.
- Yeah, I know. How so? Small town. News travels fast. Come off it, Slim. You're sweatin' all over. It's a glandular thing I got, you know that. Ask Doc Tully. And just what are you implying a
- I've been here since midday, working. And I've got a bar full of witnesses-- staff, customers. All I know is, we lost a valuable member of this community today. There was some kind of robbery,
- City police are all over it as we speak. Shouldn't take them too long, given the evidence. Evidence? Perp dropped his gun fleeing from the scene. It won't be long before they get a match. Mus
- [ knocks on door ] Marilyn, honey? It's Annie. I've got your cake.
- You and your husband Travis, yes?
- He's not my husband. [ STRANGER ] No? No, not-- not yet.
- This is my childhood home, this house. It belonged to my father.
- Where is he? Dead. Passed on a couple years back.
- My mother died, too. A long time ago now. I was just a baby.
- I still feel as though she's here, though. Sometimes I hear things... at night. Where's your car? I told you before, remember? Travis has it. He should be home any minute now. You can take it
- It's old. It's junk, really. Travis was fixing it up over summer. Does it operate? I think so. Then where are the keys?
- Travis has them. Keeps them on a keychain.
- You're not gonna do anything to us, are you?
- We won't say anything to anybody.
- Chairs are stacked, floor's mopped. Yeah, good job, darlin'.
- Do you want me to do the tills? Nah, leave it. I'll lock up... and have me a drink.
- I'll say good night, then. Why don't you, uh...
- I thought we were past all this. We've got a new deal going. 50% of my tips until I can pay-- Well, it ain't workin' for me. Besides, it's my money. And I'm grateful, you know I am. I just d
- How many spanks? Well, let's be fair here.
- You pick a number, I pick a number, and we add 'em together.
- Fine. So... what number have you got? One. You? Nine.
- Just... go easy, all right? I could barely sit down after last time.
- And please... take off those rings.
- Ooh. You sure are demanding, girl.
- There's only one boss around here. Name's on the door. Uh-uh, no, no, no, no. On your knees, and give me the crawl.
- What? No, no. Listen to me. I've been set up. You understand what I'm sayin'? This fuckin' cowboy-- who is he? Yeah, look, put Andelko on the phone. Yes, now! I'm not playin' around here.
- Hang on a sec. I'll call you back.
- [ screaming ] Shh, shh, shh! It's me, it's me. I got you, I got you. Oh, Slim. So, where is he, eh? He upstairs? What? What's going on?
- What's going on-- Shh! Calm down. It's all right now. Why are you here? What's happening? I seen the cars, just up the road there. Cars? What--What cars? Travis' car. And the chocolate one.
Haley - Kaya Scodelario
Dave - Barry Pepper
Beth - Morfydd Clark
Wayne - Ross Anderson
Pete - Jose Palma
Marv - George Somner
Stan - Anson Boon
Lee - Ami Metcalf
Young Haley - Tina Pribicevic
Louie - Srna Vasiljevic
Sugar - Cso-Cso
Governor - Colin McFarlane
Emma - Annamaria Serda
Lisa - Savannah Steyn
Susan - Jovana Dragas
Coach - Christopher Landry