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
great movie the best shark movie I've seen since Jaws 1 the suspense was great the real picture of a great white shark was great acting good not seeing the shark all the time the suspense of where it was at was great made my hair stand up the one part where the one guy swam away from the group to catch a piece of the surfboard and the shark attacked that was great great part of the movie thank you
There's a whole scene of a guy doing a Ghost Rider Penance stare at the shark.
Great shark movie!
Definitely not Sharknado! Very well done. I appreciated the realism. And most of all, no stupid, cheesy shark CGI effects like I was expecting. Computerized sharks can't hold a candle to the real deal.
the characters really sucked the fun/interesting out of this.