DEEP STAR SIX
One of the masters of horror, Sean S. Cunningham, takes the audience into the world of science-fiction horror-thrillers. And as befits a Sean S. Cunningham film hardly a second goes by when chills and shivers aren’t running up and down someone’s spine!
This time the director of the first and trendsetting “Friday the 13th” films and producer of such genre gems as “House 1, 2, and 4” and Wes Craven’s “The Last House On The Left” and the more recent “Jason X” and “Freddy vs. Jason” gives us DEEP STAR SIX, a claustrophobic excursion into the deap sea. And as it befits a Sean S. Cunningham film hardly a second goes by when chills and shivers aren’t running up and down someone’s spine!
DEEP STAR SIX takes place underwater in a tightly claustrophobic environment, in the U.S. Navy base that gives the film its title, and features a monster from the deep, beautiful women (alive and dead!) and a lot of fun!
To quote the film: “The U.S. Navy. It’s not a job. It’s an adventure!”
Nuclear tests have awakened a prehistoric monster. Cue a rampage of bloody and nail-biting mayhem as the undersea horror wipes out almost the entire crew with its furious attacks!
Once again, Cunningham’s skills come to the fore, mercilessly wrapping the viewer in a blanket of fear and cynical turns of events. This is a film that grabs you, holds you in its horrifying claws.