Alligator II: The Mutation


IMDb Rating 3.8 10 1


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Brock Peters as Chief Speed
Dee Wallace as Morgan Hanna
Kane Hodder as Percy
Richard Lynch as Hawk Hawkins
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827.5 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
92 min
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1.66 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
92 min
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Reviewed by Platypuschow 3 / 10 / 10

Alligator II The Mutation: 11 years to make a sequel and this is what they came up with?

At the end of Alligator (1980) we see another gator flushed down the toilet and therefore a sequel is teased. 11yrs later the world got one and it's a bit of a mess. Essentially the same movie, just with a weaker cast and somehow someway worse creature effects! Another oversized gator appears to lay waste to the city and it takes one renegade maverick cop to take it on. This time it's been enhanced by chemical waste dumped into the sewers yet this doesn't seem to have changed the gator at all. If that is the excuse as to why it's so big then why does it appear smaller than the one in the first movie? Poor creature feature and a miserable excuse for a sequel. The Good: Not so much The Bad: Creature effects, how 11yrs later can they be worse? No consistency in gator size again Terrible ending

Reviewed by tom_koopa 6 / 10 / 10

Wow... what an awful film

This is not a sequel to the first movie. Well, only in name; but it has no character or storyline connections what so ever. An alligator is killing people and animals in a sewer and surrounding area. Up to the local police force to take him out. Sounds familiar? The story has a slightly more complicated touch this time. Some guy wants to open a theme park near the lake where the alligator was spotted. This means trouble. We soon find out that the guy isn't exactly playing his game by the book... Let's move to the alligator. It looks fake. I haven't seen that many crocodile (or in this case alligator) attack movies, but even I could see that it wasn't a real gator. No CGI either. In the first movie, it was somewhat menacing and threatening, but in this sequel it just doesn't scare enough. The attack scenes are still predictable. They removed the jaws-like tune from the prequel, making it even more dull. The acting is not bad nor good. It works for this type of film. What I don't understand is how the sewers sometimes look like a swamp. Lots of reed and stuff. It's confusing to say the least. Watch this only if you have got nothing better to do. And there is a LOT of stuff that's better then watching this piece of trash. You'd be better of watching the first Alligator again. In conclusion, I give this movie 4 out of 10 stars, and that's probably too nice of me.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10 / 10

Well cast, surprisingly enjoyable sequel with rubbish effects

This serviceable follow-up to the original ALLIGATOR has absolutely nothing to do with that movie – other than featuring an alligator living in the sewers of a US city. I actually found this a fun, tongue-in-cheek little monster movie that works around the low budget to deliver a pacy, entertaining film with a strong script to recommend it. It's closer to PIRANHA than JAWS in tone, with the usual stock characters showing up: the rookie cop, the greedy property developer, the ignorant mayor and the dedicated law enforcer on the tail of the beast (literally in this case). The worst thing about the film is the alligator itself. It's a combination of stock footage from the original film and an absolutely rubbishy pair of rubber jaws pushed at the intended victims. The poor FX and distant lack of bloodshed make the various attack sequences a real let-down, but that's okay because what happens when the alligator isn't on-screen is more interesting than it is. The clichéd characters are brought to life by a wonderful ensemble cast of familiar faces. Joseph Bologna is well cast as the likable cop doing his best to catch the best; I also liked Woody Brown as the young, inexperienced, square-jawed hero. Dee Wallace Stone (THE HOWLING) finds herself wasted as the cop's wife with nothing to do, but the stunning Holly Gagnier has more fun playing the mayor's daughter. The scene chewing is left to a pair of dedicated B-movie veterans. First up is Steve Railsback (TURKEY SHOOT), excellent as the utterly repulsive villain of the piece; second we have Richard Lynch playing one of those half-crazed redneck hunter types. Other familiar faces include Brock Peters as the black chief of police, Jason Voorhees himself, Kane Hodder, as an alligator hunter and Voyo Goric (a Russian villain in RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART 2) as a henchman. This isn't a great film by any means, but I found it a more than entertaining effort considering the budget.

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