รีวิวหนังสัตว์ขย้ำ หม่ำมนุษย์ : Killer Crocodile (1989)
Killer Crocodile (1989) Just like a number of horror film classics, nearly all of the most well-known killer animal movies are by American filmmakers, but a lot of people don’t realize there is a plethora of quality productions by foreign filmmakers as well. Japan has their Godzilla series, South Korea has The Host, and then there’s Killer Crocodile, which is essentially an Italian version of Jaws with a crocodile in place of a shark. But that’s just on the surface; what lurks beneath is much more than merely a Jaws rip-off.
In the opening scene, before any credits are shown, a half-naked chick goes for a swim in a river, and is attacked and killed, Jaws-style, and it all happens in only a couple of minutes. The next scene is at night, with two fishermen sitting in their boat, and this scene only lasts a few seconds. It’s a great way to open the movie—it’s unexpected, satisfying, and gets you eager to see more. And there is, luckily, much more to see.
Killer Crocodile, despite the generic title, is fairly distinct among killer crocodile movies.
The action is ridiculous and cheesy as hell, and it’s glorious. Whenever the croc is around, the movie is great. If only it could have been around the entire time. ดูหนังออนไลน์