The frogwoman and the creature with the flashing tentacles

Ok, it is time that this blog returns to normal, which means I will post on sundays as usual and the VIP club will continue next month as well.

My last post was about a scene from the 50’s and now we make a huge time jump to a movie from 2019 that was just released!

I just watched this new movie yesterday and wanna post about it today.

In this horror movie we have a young female scientist who also is a scuba diver. She is on board a large fish trawler to study.

After an incident she gets ready to dive to research a creature that actually has stopped the ship and have some sort of tentacles that grip onto the hull.

Preview:

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And here is the video:

Well, sadly she sticks to her word and this is her only scuba scene in the movie.

Near the ending she puts on her wetsuit again and have some underwater and surface scenes.

For my taste the scene isn’t of great interest and there is no real peril or action involved. But I guess some of you might like it.

Is it just me or do the bubbles that ascend from her regulator at the end….look like CGI? Weird….

In my version one of the tentacles would hold onto her leg and another one would attack her.

She would manage to evade the hit to her face but the her air hose would be damaged and spewing bubbles…. πŸ˜‰

After some intense struggle she would escape to the surface.

Wanna know from which movie this is?

IMDB-link

The movie poster is quite promising….and misleading πŸ™

What do you think of that scene?

Let us know and leave a comment!

2 thoughts on “The frogwoman and the creature with the flashing tentacles”

  1. Very nice looking dive suit and scenario. The film also looks like one worth watching even without the dive scene,
    Where is this film available? I am guessing it’s not on at the cinema currently.

    Reply
    • Yeah, it is a solid horror flick after all.
      And near the end she is in that wetsuit again with underwater scenes as well, but without the other scuba gear.
      It’s not at any cinema right now, I would guess a streaming service picked it up.

      Reply

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