“Home invasion of the bayou”

Films: Crawl (2019)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Lake/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average American alligators.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: When you live in the deep south, you’d better know how to swim. In case you haven't noticed, the coast is shrinking, and land is slowly becoming a privilege. You can imagine how well this bodes when a hurricane shows up and really leaves the neighborhood waterlogged. But it's no problem for the creatures that thrive in such conditions...

History: A massive hurricane strikes Florida and leaves a lot of it submerged under water. It's bad enough for those trying to escape the disaster, but then some nearby predators move in. For some folks trying to find a way out of their flooded home, a group of alligators is the last thing they need. And they will slam their jaws on anything that disturbs their new nest.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Surprisingly, few humans are killed in comparison to how many alligators bite the dust. The place ends up flooding harder and harder, but by the point it can't get any worse, a helicopter finally comes to rescue the survivors.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Being trapped in a rapidly flooding home full of deadly reptiles is a nightmare scenario that sounds a bit too real. Being stalked by one gator is bad enough, but a whole group of them guarantees death, especially if they're guarding eggs. You'd better hope you have something to use against them.

Trivia: -The making of this film was absolute Hell for starring actor Kaya Scodelario. While she admitted to getting a lot physically stronger because of it, it often left her injured and bruised by the end of each day.

-This film was directed by Alexander Aja. It was his second monster film after "Piranha 3D".

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They also don't take too kindly to their kin getting crushed in egg form.

And this time, they have the aid of stairs with their hunting!
They'll be here WELL AFTER we're gone.

This is the cleanest Florida water I've ever seen.

You can ride out a storm. You can't ride out them.

Like a giant scaly bird against glass.

"Mind if I come too, guys?"

No privacy at all during a natural disaster.