Black Water (2007) 720p YIFY Movie

Black Water (2007)

A terrifying tale of survival in the mangrove swamps of Northern Australia

IMDB: 6.09 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 776.81M
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 90
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Black Water (2007) 720p

While on vacation on Northern Australia, Gracie, her husband Adam and her younger sister Lee decide to take the Blackwater Barry tour in the swamp for fishing. Their guide Jim uses a small motor boat and takes the tourist along the river to a remote spot. When they stop, they are attacked by a huge crocodile that capsizes their boat and immediately kills Jim. The three survivors climb a tree and when they realize that help would never come to rescue them, they decide to try to find a way out of their sheltered location. However, in the muddy water, their boat is flipped and the crocodile stalks the trio under the water.


The Director and Players for Black Water (2007) 720p

[Director]Andrew Traucki
[Director]David Nerlich
[Role:]Maeve Dermody
[Role:]Andy Rodoreda
[Role:]Diana Glenn


The Reviews for Black Water (2007) 720p


Reviewed bylost-in-limboVote: 8/10/10

As a kid I loved the song "Never smile at a crocodile", and if I foundmyself in this state of affairs, which is actually inspired by trueevents. Smiling would be the last thing on my mind. From the openingset-up, I've never been so entrenched, caught up and finally exhaustedlike I was when watching this limited budget Independent Australianhorror film, about three people in Northern Territory trapped in amangrove swamp with a very conniving crocodile waiting in the waterbelow them. What really brought the film alive, was how realistic itmanaged to be in transporting the fear and uncertainty of thecharacters' situation to the audience. Semi-documentary camera-workwith a disquietingly eerie backdrop and authentic performanceseffectively take you out of your comfort zone. What we get is a patientsurvival tale than just a bloody, all-out creature feature onslaught.Think of "Open Water (2003)", where its budget and time restraint madesure it would stay low-key, but this minimal barrier enhanced theexperience.

The slow-grinding story might be black and white, but it never seemedto become disposable, or succumb to formulaic patterns. Well notlargely, and the connection between the characters were emotionallyengaging even with a bare, straight-forward script. Although you cansay "less is more", with the actions and expressions illuminating thelingering thoughts plaguing their minds. The ordeal is utterlyterrifying, because the threat is very alive and never seems to loosenup. This is what drives the film's chaotic adrenaline, and in which itlasts (even when its kept buried) through to the very end.

Writers / Directors Andrew Traucki and David Nerlich's economicalguidance alienates and smartly strings along the viewer with its tautpacing and harrowing psychological traits. In certain patches the notchgoes up, with pressure induced suspense and startling images. The waythe night sequence is executed is immensely chilling and pulsating. Themenacing crocodile manipulative toys with its fresh-meat in adistressingly suspenseful approach. Sure some moments felt unlikely,but never does it get in the way or distract. Sound FX is the key, andat times the lack of any just eats away at you. Rafeal May's musicalscore is unassuming and doesn't really enter the mixture much, but whenit does it builds an organic sounding quality. The cinematography ofJohn Biggins is beautifully devised, and rapidly aggressive when themood changes. It was always on the move and claustrophobic, but none ofthis jerky movements. The editing was sharply handled, and the effectswere professionally catered by superbly combing live crocodile footage.

Something like this production would also have to rely on its cast tosell to the story in a believable manner and they do it. Diana Glenn,Andy Rodoreda and especially Maeve Dermody are persuasively good. A lotof the responsibility falls on Dermody, and she strongly delivers withan inspired turn. Now this item might cop some comparisons with anotherkiller crocodile film "Rogue (2007)", but the two couldn't be anydifferent in what they want to be and how they end up. If I had to pickthough, I'm leaning more towards this outing for its sheer involvementto snap at you.

A remarkable effort on all fronts, with everyone involved showingpotential to really look out for.

Reviewed byryanbramhart3Vote: 8/10/10

Gore hounds beware...this is not your movie. This little nail bitterhas very little blood and guts. Its basically a version of Open Waterthat is effective and worthwhile. But what sets it apart is that weactually like the three leads (unlike Open Water) who find themselvesup a tree when a crocodile flips their fishing boat and munches uptheir guide. We don't want any harm to come to any of them. SO whenthey start getting into dangerous situations...we actually care.

Now I like killer animal flicks but I haven't been too impressed withLake Placid up to Primeval (although I'm still waiting to see Rogue andhoping it is somewhere as good as this one!) but this little bugger didthe job and did the job well. It's scares are creative and it onlylapses into the run of the mill frantic crying sobbing and arguing forbrief stints of realism so I never got annoyed.

I remember reading the true story that inspired this where three guyswent fishing and two ended up in a tree while their buddy was killed bythe crocodile . But the thing that always impacted me that gets leftout from the film was that the crocodile didn't eat up the buddy. No.For hours and hours he swam around the tree and shook the dead bodystill in his mouth at the friends in the tree. Seeming to stay, if youcome down here this is what will happen to you.

Simple but effectiveReviewed byShudder1Vote: 9/10

While many people found this film simply too slow and simplistic I really connected with it. There is no plot as such, rather the film takes the form of a human survival story about three people trapped up a tree with a man eating crocodile lurking somewhere in the water beneath them.

Personally, I thought the acting was mostly very good, despite the roles being quite demanding at times, and I felt a sense of warmth for the characters. The situation they were in was quite terrifying and I really felt nervous for them. I found the whole film quite nerve wracking because of the sheer helplessness of their situation and the constant threat to their survival.

The crocodile effects were handled surprisingly well for such a low budget film, and believe me, I have seen my fair share of dodgy croc movies. The creature moved well and had real menace and, although the audience I was with didn't seem too keen on the film as a whole, they still jumped and gasped whenever the crocodile appeared.

Script-wise, I would have made a few changes, particularly towards the end, but this was not a major problem. For fans of slow-burning survival horror set within the realms of reality this will be an engaging film but unfortunately I think for many audiences seeking a thrill ride and higher production values from their cinema experience the point will simply be missed.

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