Directed by Andrew Traucki
A ferocious shark stalks a group of friends trying to swim to safety after a shipwreck. As the fiend with fins picks off each of the pals, the blue Australian water is turned into blood-red broth. Who will make it to shore in one piece – and who will wind up in ol’ Toothy’s stomach? You’ll have to watch to find out, but suffice it to say that this aquatic Australian horror film breathes new life into the frightful fish genre in an era when SHARKNADO is sadly more well-known than JAWS. The scariest thing about THE REEF? It’s all based on a true story... Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A ferocious shark stalks a group of friends seeking safety after a shipwreck.
Cast: Damian Walshe-Howling, Gyton Grantley, Adrienne Pickering
We need more shark movies like this in the horror genre. We have too much nuclear sharks or dino shark movies it really kills the vibe. But this was one hell of a killer movie. Full of suspense and dread. It really dives in when it comes to the fear of being in open water with the potential of a shark attack. They are rare but this made it feel like it can happen to you! SO good.
As a lover of outdoorsing movies where things go wrong and people get eaten, I give this 2 thumbs up. Simple and suspenseful.
it alright could of been abit more gorey
Good acting . I get the jist of any oceanic suspense deal. Fast forward to shark stalking . Fast forward to attack. LUUUUUUKE! Movie was about 12 minutes for me .