Written by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen and directed by Alexandre Aja, “Crawl” is a tight thriller about a young woman helping her estranged father survive a hurricane while fighting off numerous alligators. The heavy marketing of Sam Raimi as a producer may have caught my attention, but it was the prospect of a competent summer […]
Redaksi Organisasi Asgar.or.id Kabar duka, keadilan sudah meninggalkan dunia Indonesia. Walau Peluang kerja makin sulit. Tapi kita harus tambah kreeatif. Saat ini, ternyata pekerja asing ramai yang datang ke negara kita, PHK dimana-mana, serta banyaknya sandiwara politik penguasa. Hari ini Rabu tanggal 17 Juli tahun 2019, kehidupan makin dihadapkan pada naiknya harga, hukum serba tak […]
This film is proof that you can still make an entertaining, old-fashioned Jaws-esque creature feature; you just need to have someone behind the camera who actually knows what they’re doing. Directed by Alexandre Aja, who also directed the cheesy, gloriously over-the-top Piranha 3D, he definitely seems to have an understanding of how to wring genuine tension out […]
***Originally posted on The Film Experience*** Alexandre Aja is a filmmaker who doesn’t get enough credit for the grimy thrillers he’s been putting out since High Tension in 2003. Piranha 3D is modern camp at its finest and his remake of The Hills Have Eyes is the rare redo to outdo the original. His latest, […]
“Just keep swimming” Di tengah horor dan thriller yang membanjiri lanskap perfilman, Crawl memang bukan ‘monster’ yang besar. Dia bahkan tidak ambisius. Tapi siapa sangka, film garapan Alexandre Aja ini, yang nyempil ‘malu-malu’ di antara film-film box office, ternyata dalam diamnya mampu memberikan pengalaman menakutkan paling murni yang bisa kita dapatkan. Dan ya, […]
Close quarters with a gator. So a category 5 hurricane is headed straight towards Florida. A young woman (Kaya Scodelario) decides to investigate the home of her father (Barry Pepper) when he doesn’t answer his cell phone. She finds him incapacitated in the crawlspace along with something else: an enormous hungry alligator. Now I was […]
In a summer filled with sequels, it’s refreshing to see a blockbuster with a running time less than 90 minutes. French director Alexandre Aja is known for directing the 2006 remake of Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes and the 2010 gorefest Piranha 3D. He returns–along with producer Sam Raimi–with an original monster movie Crawl (although […]
Director: Franck Khalfoun Writer: Franck Khalfoun, Alexandre Aja, Gregory Levasseur (Screenplay) Starring: Wes Bentley, Rachel Nichols, Simon Reynolds, Philip Akin, Stephanie Moore, Miranda Edwards Plot: A businesswoman is pursued by a psychopath after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve. Tagline – A New Level of Terror Runtime: 1 Hour 38 Minutes […]
In summer where there are plenty of blockbusters breaking the box office, CRAWL is the thrilling movie that will not disappoint you. Last time in summer 2016, The Shallows and Don’t Breathe provided a mega and efficient thrill. Crawl is a killer movie in which a hurricane stranded Kaya Scodelario and she meets the pack […]
Crawl wades, Stuber stalls, audiences enthusiastically greet The Farewell, and Other Box Office News. Lots to get through since we took the extended July 4th holiday weekend off, which is kind of a blessing on my part due to the typical post-Marvel snooze week going into overdrive on the major releases. So, in the stern […]
This film is directed by Alexandre Aja and it stars Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Morfydd Clark, Ross Anderson, Jose Palma and George Somner. This film follows Haley (Kaya Scodelario) in search of her father, Dave (Barry Pepper), as nobody has been able to contact him and there is a dangerous hurricane approaching. Haley gets to […]
No-nonsense action horror that may do for alligators and flooded houses what Jaws did for the ocean. Giant killer alligators? A Category 5 hurricane? People trapped in a flooding house while making stupid decisions? I’m there!! This basic premise makes Crawl a simple but very entertaining ride that – despite its major plot holes – makes for […]
It’s suspenseful torture.
As a viewer I rarely felt at ease, whether it be in the crawl space below the house or within the flooded streets you always had a feeling that one of these reptiles was watching, waiting to leap from the waters and take with it an arm, leg or head.