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Killer Crocodile is a 1989 Italian natural horror film directled by Fabrizio De Angelis, about a large crocodile that mutates when exposed to large quantities of toxic waste, which has been dumped in the water where it lives. The film stars Richard Anthony Crenna (son of actor Richard Crenna) and was followed by a sequel, Killer Crocodile II, in 1990.
|Directed by||Fabrizio De Angelis|
|Produced by||Fabrizio De Angelis|
|Written by||Fabrizio De Angelis |
|Starring||Richard Anthony Crenna|
|Music by||Riz Ortolani|
|Cinematography||Federico Del Zoppo|
|Edited by||Vincenzo Tomassi|
A group of friends investigating the illegal dumping of toxic chemicals in a swamp must defend themselves against an abnormally huge crocodile, which has become more aggressive than normal due to prolonged exposure to the toxic waste. The crocodile manages to kill many people, before it is cut up and blown up by a boat propeller at the climax of the film.
The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray in the U.S. on September 24, 2019 by Severin Films. There will also be a limited edition Blu-ray containing the sequel. This marks both film's first home media release in the United States. It is available for streaming, alongside its sequel, on Tubi.
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