The film uses the classic Syfy Opening and has a woman killed by an Alligator. This does at least play into the story later, but you won't really know that for around an hour.
Hey look- let's rush right to Full Frontal.
The movie really drags its feet at times. I'll spare you a lot of it.
That said, it's been about 10 minutes since we've seen some boobs. Got some, movie?
Naturally, the group goes there, but not before breaking Continuity by having the redhead change shirts for one shot and then back again.
In the meantime, here's some HLA- since this movie has nothing else to offer.
Skipping ahead further still, the Creature and the townsfolk start their plan. It basically involves them sacrificing people to Lockjaw- a la The Wicker Man- in order to bring good luck. How an Alligator/Man does this is never explained and never could be.
This scene also ends in an intentionally-misleading manner. Thanks for that.
Mind you, there's a Hatchet III, so anything goes! The End.
It's Terrible...if only because it's so disappointing. Yes, you can be disappointed when you expect almost nothing. Based on its abject failure and previous induction in Project Terrible, I expected something disappointing. What I didn't expect was something in which so little effort was put into it. That's not to say that shooting a movie is easy or that the make-up effects are terrible. Instead, the movie's script is just a random collection of ideas that have been done a number of times before- almost always better. Major plot points are stolen from films like The Wicker Man and Carnivorous (with DMX) & minor ones are stolen from previous works that sometimes included the Cast. For example, House of 1,000 Corpses has some Hipster Tourists going to see 'Dr. Satan'- seemingly a Tourist Trap-, only to find out that he's real. Who plays Dr. Satan? Sid Haig! While the villain here is still Haig, he's nearly in the same role. It's one thing to shoe-horn Danny Trejo in as random Biker Vampires for the three From Dusk Til Dawn films, since they're allegedly a series. If you don't want to say that they saw other films and copied them, then you have to at least admit that they're working from stock ideas based on those films. Is that better? You're not ripping off Two-Thousand Maniacs directly with the Rednecks, but you're copying the mystique that they have from films like that. Hurray for you. It's that same level of thought that led to this film being released wide theatrically- around 1,200 Screens- and bombing miserably. It's that same level of thought that had a company with this Logo as a Producer for a Horror Film...