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A crew of oceanic researchers working for a deep sea drilling company try to get to safety after a mysterious earthquake devastates their deepwater research and drilling facility located at the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
An unknown, massive earthquake happens in a drilling station in the bottom of the Marianna Trench. A scientific crew must find their way across the ocean floor into another station under the threats of deep pressure, dark water, dangerous deep-sea creatures, and a constant lack of oxygen.Written by
Asked what he thinks "makes a good monster" in his mind, Eubank suggests the ideal monster should represent "something big in the story, something important, something having to do with the characters." He also thinks it's important to understand what exactly the monster "wants" so that its intentions with the characters are clear. See more »
During the opening title sequence a typo can be seen, twice, where a portion of the station blueprints is labelled "BOYANCY COMPENASATORS" See more »
Just before the ending credits begin a news appears on the screen about the two survivors of the accident and a date is written on top "Sunday, August 7, 2050" which means the film is set in the year 2050. later on as the news continues another date is also visible "August 12, 2050". See more »
Written by Daniel Litman, Paige Lopynski and Sam Fishman
Performed by Bonnie X Clyde
Courtesy of Bonnie X Clyde and Sam Fishman See more »
As a fan of William Eubank's 2014 film "The Signal" I was pretty excited for this. The Signal offered a lot of thrills and suspense and a twist ending that leaves you gobsmacked.
Underwater did not quite live up to the same shock value. Less build-up or development to make much of it float anywhere above mediocre. The setting, scenery, and cinematography and music however is stunning.
This is the love child of Alien, Cloverfield, A Quiet Place, The Abyss, Soma, DeepStar Six, HP Lovecraft Etc. But doesn't carry as much weight.
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