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Black Water: Abyss

M Horror

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Synopsis

Black Water: Abyss is a 2020 Australian thriller directed by Andrew Traucki and Written by Ian John Ridley and Sarah Smith. The film stars Jessica McNamee, Luke Mitchell, Amali Golden, and Anthony J. Sharpe

Deep in the forests of Australia, a group of friends explore a remote cave system when a tropical storm hits. As rising flood waters trap them deep below the surface, something even deadlier emerges from the darkness – killer crocodiles.

Running Time 1hr 38m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Luke Mitchell, Jessica McNamee, Amali Golden
Director Andrew Traucki

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