Croc Blocked

Bind up the bush pigs, because The Big Alligator River, aka The Great Alligator, aka Caiman, aka Alligator is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring the return of M.O.M., the Mistress of Malapropisms.

Review in a Nutshell:  Beautiful scenery, weird electronic music, and slick Italian cinematography combined with the lamest rubber alligator puppet you’ll ever see make The Big Alligator River a milestone of croc-sploitation.

This movie contains:

Photography!

Alan Moore?

Mind-boggling Special Effects!

If you’re interested in purchasing this film on DVD, please check out the Amazon links below:

The Mya Communication Release:

Alligator

The Noshame Release:

The Big Alligator River

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5 Responses

  1. All the talk about alligators and crocodiles reminded me of the FX series Archer episode Pipeline Fever (Season 2 episode 4 on Netflix). It takes place in the Louisiana bayou, and is pretty funny. Since you seem to have an affinity for gator related attacks I’d recommend checking it out the episode and series if you haven’t already.

  2. Good to hear Mom again, Paul! And for such a fine movie, too – I imagine she had a warm, nostalgic feeling sitting down with you and watching Yet Another Rubber-Suit Monster.

  3. More M.O.M. and more Italian movies, please.

  4. Great to hear M.O.M. again! I hope she has the time to start doing the podcast regularly again.

  5. I had a small role in this film back then!
    I played the native who falls in love with the Model and gets eaten
    After making love on the Island! I just didn’t make it to shore on time!!

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