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‘Open Water 3 Cage Dive’ Surfaces on Home Video

Explore new depths of terror when the intense oceanic thriller Open Water 3 Cage Dive surfaces on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD October 10th from Lionsgate. The film is currently available on Digital HD and On Demand.

This third chapter in the popular Open Water series submerges fans in the tale of three American friends who travel to the rugged Australian coast to film themselves cage diving with great whites, but a massive wave destroys their boat and leaves them stranded in shark-infested waters.

Shot on location in Australia, Open Water 3 Cage Dive was written and directed by Gerald Rascionato and features a hot cast of up-and-comers, including Joel Hogan, Josh Potthoff, and Megan Peta Hill.

In this intense thriller, three friends from California head to the rugged Australian coast for a cage-dive encounter with deadly great whites. But after attracting a swarm of vicious sharks, their tour boat is destroyed by a massive rogue wave. As clouds gather and darkness descends, the three friends find themselves alone and defenseless, afloat in the chilly ocean as hungry man-eaters begin to circle. With little hope of rescue, they must fight to survive using only their courage.



  • Tiger Quinn

    It’s not bad. It’s not good, either.

    • boxcar182

      I want to see it. What did you not like about it and what did you like about it?

    • J Jett

      the scene with the flaregun scene (when they are in the rescue floaty tent thing) was one of the most idiotic, frustrating things i’ve ever seen. LOL. there are a couple of decent shark attacks in the beginning (just after the boat capsizes) and the final attack as well.

      • Chris Farmer

        Lol the flair part in that raft was the only part that pissed me off. Movie was good for what it was.

      • fools2234

        I should have expected it, but that final attack scared the s$%$ out of me.

  • Matty Ice 2016

    Total rubbish rubbish rubbish.

  • Chris Farmer

    I enjoyed it for what it was.

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