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Get Trapped On The Canoe Of Terror In This ‘Beneath’ Trailer!

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They’re only friends on the surface…

Chiller’s Beneath, which stars Danny Zovatto, Bonnie Dennison, Chris Conroy, Jonny Orsini, Griffin Newman, and Mackenzie Rosman, premiered yesterday at the Stanley Film Festival. And today, we’ve got the trailer! Talk about your largely confined settings!

From director Larry Fessenden (Wendigo, The Last Winter), “When a bloodthirsty, underwater predator leaves a group of teens trapped on a leaking boat in the middle of a lake, the friends must choose between loyalty and survival in this monstrous morality tale from Fessenden.

Head inside to check it out!

  • Aaron Emery

    The synopses sounded okay, the trailer and acting changed my mind.

    • horrorking95

      Definitely! I love the scream the girls give when they see the big fish shark (or whatever it is) it’s more like someone’s walked in on them in the shower! This looks horrendous!

  • djblack1313

    this looks watchable! not amazing or anything (from the looks of it) but it might be decent-ish. when i say “decent-ish” or “watchable” it’s not in regards to the creature/fx which look kinda iffy. lol. this may be a movie where the less they show the creature (and rely on tension or drama) the better.

  • yellowsicktoad

    I liked Wendigo, loved The Last Winter, but this? Hard to believe it’s from the same director.

    I will give it a chance though.

  • mobstar67

    the trailer makes it seem its less about the creature and more about the sh#t that happens on the boat..
    not that its a bad thing.. sometimes less is more in regards to man vs creature films…
    i was on the fence about Wendigo and i kinda liked The Last Winter the movie was pretty good so im actually looking forward to seeing what this guys cooked up next..

  • flesheater24

    Oh so its like donkey punch with out the donkey punch and a flesh eating fish. Netflix.

    • djblack1313

      flesheater24, LOL!!! :)

  • janetgrey

    Seems like a lot of stuff happens on a boat.

  • death_by_kebab

    I’d be interested in hearing how / why this got made. Even at its infant stages, no one who read this thought of The Raft? No one during production? Nothing?
    No body was in pre-production thinking “I swear I saw this on TV as a kid..”
    It’s just way too similar. I found it really hard to think in a new mindset while watching that trailer – I just kept thinking: Oil slick, oil slick – is this a remake?.
    Okay, granted The Raft might not be that well known but even then it’s a wonder how ideas end up strikingly the same.
    I guess the jumping off point is the same and let’s see how the outcome goes – but in these situations, I tend to always find that the kids turning on each other do it way too quickly and abruptly that it feels too forced to get into it.