‘Black Water: Abyss’ is a Lean & Effective Killer Croc Film [Review]

‘Black Water: Abyss’ is a Lean & Effective Killer Croc Film [Review]
Serving as a much-belated sequel to the 2007 Australian sleeper hit “Black Water,” director Andrew Traucki’s B-movie influenced follow-up, the blandly titled but effectively executed “Black Water: Abyss” is lean killer crocodile film that upgrades the appropriately lo-fi aesthetic of the original, replacing the expansive swamp setting with a claustrophobic cave descent. Relying on muted headlights and murky water for its most effective scares, “Black Water: Abyss” is exactly what it sets out to be, and all the better for it, a thrilling continuation of an improbable franchise that doesn’t rely on the first film for anything other than inspiration.

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