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An ex-Navy seal, his girlfriend and their friends head out on a road trip to New Orleans. When the group decides to stop at a roadside convenience store, they are introduced to the legend of Lockjaw, a Creature who is part man, part alligator...The Legend has it that an inbred local man lost his family to a monstrous white alligator. And because of the devastating loss of his family, he was driven to madness and was transformed into the Creature. The group decides to head deeper into the swamps to check out the birthplace of this Creature legend. As they journey further into the backwoods the group inadvertently unleashes the Creature and all of it s TERROR!
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This film has a pretty good plot. It's got nudity, plenty of violence, and it gets kind of funny and sleazy at times when it deals with that backwoods incestuous family line. The film is easy to follow, but it does get a little talky at times during the first half of the film. Later on, the films pace really picks up and it gets fast and exciting; although some may be bored a little before then because of some talky parts that some may think are unnecessary. If the entire movie had the fast pace that occurs later on, it would've been a much better film. If you want sex and nudity, it has some good scenes. There's a full frontal scene in the beginning, as well as some topless scenes that includes a lesbian scene. As for the gore, the goriest scene in the film is the flashback part involving the alligator eating the bride in the cavern, but some may disappointed because the movie doesn't maintain this level of gore throughout the film. The body count is good, but some deaths are off screen; and with some of the other kills, you get to see some blood but not a lot. The movie has good scenery and atmosphere, and the directing and acting are pretty good. Some mainstream horror fans might like it and some won't, but I think the film is geared more towards fans of 70s and 80s horror.
The DVD quality looks great. The brightness is fine, and it has excellent color, contrast, and sharpness. The DVD also has animation and music with its menu and chapter stops.
Creature is an unexpected ample, fulfilling treat. The legend of gluttonous Lockjaw, the terror with teeth, provides ambrosial pabulum for any horrorhead. Hell, other film fans might relish it too. Creature is an infamous cineplex flop, for hardly anyone partook. But, screw the sizzle, son. This meaty piece has steak. And, alligator god Lockjaw deserves a cult following. Eat it up on DVD dee-rectly.
Creature has all of the ingredients that a genre fan could crave. This cut is one beautiful hard-R. This horror tale had all of the goodies in plenty, plus some surprises. I am not even going into detail, not going to flesh things out. I want potential viewers shocked, amazed, and satisfied like they are when watching for the first time 2001 Maniacs, The Devil's Rejects, or Piranha 3D. Or, this Louisiana gator tale's freaky cousin Hatchet. I want horror followers to testify "Holy crap! I didn't know that they made such films anymore! It's the drive-in in the privacy of my own home." And, this film looks great. Before the camera are Sid Haig (the man, the legend), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Constantine), Amanda Fuller (Red, White, & Blue), Lauren Schneider (also Red, White, & Blue), and Serinda Swan (Smallville). Everyone else is good too. (BTW, Swan resembles Megan Fox so strongly that I was sure that she was Fox under a different name; she even has a tatoo of script along her side; but, imdb indicates separate identities).
I want to gush like a dismemberment about Creature. Feature this creature at your next horror partaking. I loved it.
I wish I could've known just how BAD/AWFUL this movie was I could've saved MY MONEY...N
bought myself something else worth while...like fishing gear!!!!!!.