A yacht outing to Australia's Great Barrier Reef leads to a harrowing struggle for survival in this deep sea shocker from Black Water director Andrew Traucki. The sun was shining and the waters were calm when Luke and his friends set sail in their luxury yacht. But when jagged rocks tear a hole in the hull, the terrified passengers are forced to choose between remaining on board in hopes of being rescued and braving the shark-infested waters for a 12 mile swim to the nearest island. The moment everyone dives into the ocean, however, a massive Great White Shark picks up their scent, and begins methodically dragging them down into the icy depths, one-by-one.~Jason Buchanan
Great movie saw it loved it had to own it!
If u like real life shark movies u will love this one
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Underrated shark movie
I love shark movies and far too many end up being a joke. This movie is very well made and the shark is used sparingly yet very realistically. This is not cheesy and it delivers on a horror level as well.
The Reef was slow in the beginning and really didn't pick up until the last 40 minutes or so but it was still quite good, one reason for me was because Damian Walshe-Howling is so hot and easy to look at.. the acting was very believable from all the actors but I couldn't take my eyes off of Howling.
This movie was 20 times more nerve racking and tense than Open Water or any other shark film. Reasons being besides the fact that the camera angles were brilliant but The story also made you care about some of the characters so when they were in danger you felt like you were being terrorized as well.
All said and done a great addition to the what lurks beneath genre.