Lake Placid: The Final Chapter

Synopsis: Reba the poacher is back, now an EPA agent. Black Lake is turned into a crocodile sanctuary surrounded by an electric fence. When the fence gets left open one night, a high-school field trip bus unknowingly enters the park. It's up to Reba and the sheriff to save the kids from becoming crocodile chow.
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Don Michael Paul
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
86 min








You again?


You really want to do this?


This research is

very important, Sheriff.

Don't worry,

Dennis, we'll catch you one.

There's a good feeding spot up

here where the currents meet.

Sounds good.

Why does this always seem like

a better idea on dry land?

Why did the crocodile

cross the road?

To eat the chicken.

You have a way of taking

the fun out of things.

You sound like

my daughter.

Remember, we're here to

capture, not kill, not injure.

As far as we know,

there are only half a dozen

of these crocodile creatures

on all of planet Earth.

There's more two-headed cats

born every year.

Oh, now we know

that's not true.

The point is, we kill

one of them, even one,

we're making the world

a lonelier place.

Are you buying

this craziness?

It's tree-hugging bullshit!

All right, get to it.


normal crocodiles,

they couldn't survive

in these conditions.


Yeah, yeah, we get it.

They're a damn miracle!

You know, the miracle is that we

haven't napalmed this place yet.

My previous job used to be on the

anti-preservation side of things.

Fish and Game shanghaied me

into this for one reason.

Yeah, to make sure you didn't

go to prison for poaching.

Because I know how to blow

these bastards to high hell

if things go all ape-shit.


Reba, I've got one.



What the hell

was in those?

Elephant roofies.

Seems like it did the trick.

Jump into croc-infested

waters, that's smart.

Smart, no.

Fun? F*ck, yeah!




You got what you came for?


Should do.


Then let's get

the hell out of here.

Spotted the footprints of

something bigger down the shore.

How much bigger?

A lot.

Work fast.

Eat me.

Let's get the hell

out of here.


We gotta get

the hell out of here.

Oh, for f*ck's sakes.


Damn it!


Open the gate.

Come on, Max, open the gate!



Watch this shit.

You're gonna love it!


That one had to be

20 feet long.

You told me

the biggest one was six feet,

maybe seven feet at the most.

Listen, lady, the first

time I saw that thing

is when it tried to

bite our asses off.

It's your job

to keep tabs on them!

It's a big damn lake!

Look, none of my people

saw anything that big

while building the fence.

What, your boyfriend

gets a pass but I don't?

Max, wait

by my truck.

If I can stick my head into this

lovely argument for a second...

Let me guess, the Godzilla wannabe

up there is even more miraculous

and life-affirming than the rest of

them, and we can't kill it either.

No! But something

important is happening here.

Crocodile, a normal croc?

No way it gets even 10 feet.

He's right. I mean,

the growth rate on these crocs

is mathematically impossible.

You want to contain

this problem, Sheriff?

You gotta find out the cause,

mutation, environmental factor, what?

Think about that before

you start shooting guns.

There's no need for shooting.

That's what the fence is for.

Keep crocs in,

people out.

Who has access to the lake?

The four of us, a few more Army

Corps people, EPA, Fish and Game.

From now on, no one goes

in or out without my say-so.

I'm gonna call your boss, see if I

can get him to take your leash off.



Look, she's not my...

The Sheriff, she is

nobody's girlfriend.


Sounds like your problem.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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