WHO’S IN IT?

Jessica McNamee (The MEG), Luke Mitchell (7 Minutes), Amali Golden (Strongmen), Anthony J. Sharpe (Mutt), Benjamin Hoetjes (I Am Evangeline), Rumi Kikuchi (Pacific Rim: Uprising)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Andrew Traucki (Black Water), director; Ian John Ridley (film debut) and Sarah Smith (Nerve), writers; Pam Collis (Drive Hard), Neal Kingston (Nerve) and Michael Robertson (The Reef), producers; Michael Lira (Wyrmwood), composer; Damien Beebe (The Playbook), cinematographer; Scott Walmsley (Love Is Now), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Adventure-seeking couple Jennifer (McNamee) and Eric (Mitchell) convince their friends Yolanda (Golden) and Viktor (Hoetjes) to join them on an exploration of a remote, uncharted cave system within the forests of Northern Australia. However, a tropical storm leaves them trapped within the caves as they slowly run out of air – and to make matters worse, a pack of dangerous and hungry crocodiles has also found its way into the system…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

Andrew Traucki returns with a nail-biting sequel to his underground horror hit from 2008, which should make for thrilling entertainment that the re-opened cinemas are more than happy to exhibit.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 10TH JULY 2020

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