Films: Black Water: Abyss (2020)
Height/Weight: That of an average saltwater crocodile.
Summary: In 2007, we saw some people struggle to survive in a mangrove governed by one of the most dangerous non-venomous reptiles around. Now, we return to these accursed lands, and find ourselves with different fears to confront. But the beast remains the same, for better or worse.
History: Once again, the setting is the northern parts of wild Australia, except this time, the locale is an underwater cavern. A bunch of friends are exploring these parts, but then they realize that they are not alone. A tenacious saltwater crocodile is patrolling these caves, and anyone it sets its sights on ends up a bunch of reddened bones at the bottom of the river.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After bringing most of the group down, the croc is finally killed when it drags someone below the water, only to end up riddled with bullets by her.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Like before, the CGI shots don't quite mesh well with the real-life footage of the croc in motion. But for the most part, it shows dang well why such a beast is not to be trifled with. Sure, it pursues everyone to the point of absurdity, but crocs will be crocs.
Trivia: -This was one of the first few films to be released in UK theaters after COVID came around.
-There's an actual Cave Divers Association of Australia, though it mostly involves going to caves in the southern part of the continent. It's also had its fair share of accidents, but that seems to come with the territory, and we can't name an incident where a crocodile got involved.