SEWER GATORS (2022) Reviews of creature feature

  

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‘It’s gonna be a crappy day’
Sewer Gators is a 2022 American comedic horror film about alligators attacking people in a small Louisiana town via their toilets.

Written, co-produced and directed by Paul Dale (Fast Food & Cigarettes; Silent But Deadly; Chosen). Also produced by Austin Frosch and Zack Lee.

Blurb:
“When a small Louisiana town is plagued with alligator attacks stemming from people’s toilets, it’s up to a ragtag team to save the day before everyone in the town is eaten. Alligators are coming out of the sewers, they are coming for you, they are coming for your children, and they are coming for your grandmother.”

Reviews:
“This film certainly doesn’t take itself seriously and boasts not only CGI gators but a gator autopsy that’s a small scale version of the scene in Jaws. It’s not the best gator movie you’ve ever seen, but it might be the best one I’ve seen in 2022.” B&S About Movies

” …very much an amateur production. It looks like that. There’s no hiding it with expensive cameras or anything like that. But, this can work for plenty of movies and Sewer Gators tries to do that. It definitely does not take itself seriously. First and foremost, it’s a comedy […] It’s all about the jokes and the one-liners.” Nerdly

Release:
Sewer Gators will be released direct-to-streaming and On-Demand (VOD), Blu-ray and DVD on June 3rd, 2022.

Cast and characters:
Kenny Bellau … Mitchell
Sophia Brazda … Gladys
Paul Dale … Brock Peterson
Charles Early … Mormon
Austin Frosch … Cletus
Austin Naulty … Shane
Manon Pages … Laura Andrews
Sean Phelan … Mayor Bobby
Carter Simoneaux … Reggie

Technical details:
1 hour 3 minutes

Trailer:

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