Production: USA, 1980
Director: Lewis Teague
Category: Horror
Chicago citizens are eaten alive by a giant (36-foot) alligator that emerges from the sewers, pumped up on growth hormones; one of the best giant predator films. The primal terror of being eaten alive by these relentless killing machines resurfaced in cinema some twenty years later, at the very end of the century, in Steve Miner’s Lake Placid, Tobe Hooper’s Crocodile, and James Hickox’s Blood Surf (all 1999, all instantly forgettable).

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