Our worst fears have been realized. Not only is there a third entry in the Lake Placid franchise, but it contains videographic proof that cartoon crocodiles have come to life and are attacking topless young women.

Either that, or their CGI budget was $3.50.

This looks like a truly awful cinematic experience, leading me to believe that The Asylum had something to do with it.

However, in the same way that you’d rather watch an Asylum trailer than really watch the movie, this trailer has everything it takes to put a smile on your face. As long as you’re older than 18, because there’s a bit of nudity. Really blatant, over-the-top nudity.

God Bless America.

It’s refreshing to see a director use his children’s crayon drawings as the monsters in a film. It’s really kind of touching. Bonus points for getting Michael Ironside roped into this.

Wasn’t that uplifting?

Source: CHUD

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