Black Water: Abyss

Find Movie Theaters & Showtimes

for near
Set your location to find movies & theaters nearby
Hmm... we couldn't find any showtimes for this date and location.

Videos & Photos

Movie Info & Cast


Adventure-loving couple Eric and Jennifer convince their friends, Yolanda and Viktor, to explore a remote, uncharted cave system in the forests of Northern Australia. With a tropical storm approaching, they abseil into the mouth of the cave, knowing they'll be safe underground. But when the caves start to flood, tensions rise as oxygen levels fall and the group find themselves lost, disoriented, and trapped. Little do they know, the dank air and rising water are the least of their worries. They discover the storm has brought in a pack of apex predators - dangerous and hungry crocodiles. As danger mounts, long-kept secrets emerge and the friends turn on each other in a frantic fight for survival.


  • Jessica McNamee
  • Luke Mitchell
  • Amali Golden
  • Benjamin Hoetjes
  • Anthony J. Sharpe
  • Louis Toshio Okada
  • Rumi Kikuchi
  • Anna Kubat
  • Nicole Collett
  • Stu Kirk

Did You Know?


  • Notably one of the first new films to be released in UK cinemas after the COVID-19 outbreak.
See more »
Movie details provided by

Atom User Reviews

No one has posted a user review yet.


Aug 7, 2020

Black Water: Abyss is one of those movies that isn’t particularly good but may not have to be if you’re in the right mood.

Metacritic review by Brian Tallerico
Brian Tallerico
Aug 6, 2020

From its unimaginative opening, involving a dumb tourist falling to her death to the anticlimactic day-lit finale (if you get this far, you deserve some sort of Steve Irwin award), Black Water: Abyss will make you want to Crawl back into Lake Placid. To reiterate: if you’ve come for the croc, you’ll be sorely disappointed. If you’ve come for anything else… well, why did you come at all?

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat
Aug 6, 2020

This is paddling-pool-level entertainment.

Metacritic review by Cath Clarke
Cath Clarke
The Guardian