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The 'Crawl' trailer has serious teeth

From director Alexandre Aja (“The Hills Have Eyes,” “Piranha 3D”) and producer Sam Raimi (the man behind the “Evil Dead” series and Sony Pictures‘ original “Spider-Man” trilogy), comes a tale of reptilian terror where the survivors of a powerful hurricane become the main course for hungry alligators. Check out the “Crawl” trailer in the player below and take a look at the first poster design at the bottom of this page.

When a massive hurricane hits her Florida hometown, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) ignores evacuation orders to search for her missing father (Barry Pepper). Finding him gravely injured in the crawl space of their family home, the two become trapped by quickly encroaching floodwaters. As time runs out to escape the strengthening storm, Haley and her father discover that the rising water level is the least of their fears.

Scripted by the sibling pair of Michael and Shawn Rasmussen (John Carpenter’s “The Ward”), “Crawl” is set to hit theaters July 12 from Paramount Pictures.

Watch the Crawl movie trailer for a look at the killer alligator thriller.


Silas Lesnick is the Senior Editor of Moviebill. He has been covering entertainment news out of Los Angeles for more than a decade. You can reach him via e-mail or on Twitter.

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