Primeval

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Overview

An American news crew travels to one of the most remote locations on the planet in hopes of capturing the savage serial killer rumored to have claimed over 300 lives in this white-knuckle horror-thriller starring Dominic Purcell and Orlando Jones, and based on actual events. As the intrepid documentarians cautiously make their way upriver, they soon find that the brutality inflicted on man by his own kind pales in comparison to the relentless viciousness of mother nature's most ...
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Overview

An American news crew travels to one of the most remote locations on the planet in hopes of capturing the savage serial killer rumored to have claimed over 300 lives in this white-knuckle horror-thriller starring Dominic Purcell and Orlando Jones, and based on actual events. As the intrepid documentarians cautiously make their way upriver, they soon find that the brutality inflicted on man by his own kind pales in comparison to the relentless viciousness of mother nature's most resilient predator.
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Special Features

"Croc-umentary: Bringing Gustave to Life"; Deleted scenes; Audio commentary with director Michael Katleman and visual effects supervisor Paul Linden
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/12/2007
  • UPC: 786936727531
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 35,154

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dominic Purcell Tim Manfrey
Brooke Langton Aviva Masters
Orlando Jones Steven Johnson
Jürgen Prochnow Jacob Krieg
Gideon Emery Mathew Collins, Matthew Collins
Gabriel Malema Jojo
Linda Mpondo Gold Tooth
Lehlohonolo Makoko Beanpole
Dumisani Mbebe Harry
Eddy "Big Eddy" Bekombo Ato
Chris April Captain
Ernest Ddlovu Shaman
Ernest Ndlovu Shaman
Erica Wessels Dr. Cathy Andrews
Vivian Moodley Indian UN Officer
Lika Van Den Bergh Rachel
Andrew Whaley Senator Porter
Patrick Lyster Roger Sharpe
Jacqui Pickering BBC Newscaster
Kevin Otto UBN Newscaster
Sonia Mbele Ona
Mathias Tabotmbi Villager
Kgmotoso Motlosi Shaman's Son
Thandi Nugbani Shaman's Wife
Michael Mabizela Labourer
Thomas Kariuki Fisherman
Azeez Danmola Fisherman
Pamphile Nicaye Brundie Drummers
Emmanuel Nkeshiman Brundie Drummers
Pierre Calver Nsabimana Brundie Drummers
Henry Jeane Brundie Drummers
Technical Credits
Michael Katleman Director
Daryl Andrews Stunts
Rita Asomiba Makeup
Oliver Bailey Stunts
Sango Bam Stunts
Peter Belcher Camera Operator
Howard Berger Makeup Special Effects
Isaias Bokomo Stunts
Steve Boyum Asst. Director
Chris Bradley Animator
John Brancato Screenwriter
Johnny Breedt Production Designer
Dianna Cilliers Costumes/Costume Designer
Liberty Damingo Stunts
Jason Donnelly Animator
Fred Du Preez Art Director
KNB EFX Makeup Special Effects
Mitch Engel Executive Producer
David Fedele Animator
Michael Ferris Screenwriter
John Frizzell Score Composer
Omar Gatica Animator
Louis Gouws Stunts
Thando Gqoloza Stunts
John Hazzard Animator
Roly Jansen Special Effects Supervisor
Hans Kuhle Camera Operator
Mark Larkin Camera Operator
Liebenberg. Leanne Stunts
Andrew Mark Lennard Camera Operator
Willie Mbatha Stunts
Steven Mokhachane Stunts
Thulani Ndlovu Stunts
Gregory Nicotero Makeup Special Effects
John Papsidera Casting
Edward J. Pei Cinematographer
Gavin Polone Producer
Alastair Rae Camera Operator
Dale Rodkin Camera Operator
Benedicte Roumega Casting
Christa Schamberger Casting
Jamie Tarses Executive Producer
Fluer Van Eeden Stunts
Morne Van Tonder Stunts
John Vassallo Animator
Nathan Wheatley Stunts
David Wicht Associate Producer
Michael Wilhoit Sound Editor
Scott Wolf Sound/Sound Designer
Gabriel Wrye Cinematographer, Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Primeval
1. Opening [4:35]
2. The Animal Reporter [3:52]
3. Lake Tanganyika [4:53]
4. Attack on the Boat [3:03]
5. No Hunting [8:32]
6. Shaman Gives His Blessing [5:26]
7. Warding Off the Crocodile [5:52]
8. "We Got Nothing" [5:45]
9. Gustave Strikes [5:54]
10. Payback [3:26]
11. "He Dies With Me" [6:29]
12. Not Quite Rescued [11:24]
13. Running Scared [7:42]
14. Searching the Lake [5:05]
15. Gustave Returns [4:50]
16. Back to America [7:09]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Primeval
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      Crocumentary: Bringing Gustave to Life
      Deleted Scenes
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         Pigman
         Shower
         Harry's Death
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      Subtitles
         English for the Hearing Impaired
         French
         Spanish
         Subtitles: None
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Where Is the Crocodile Hunter When You Need Him?

    Seriously, this movie is really not good. If you want a great Crocodile movie, go see "Lake Placid". Better actors, much better acting, and a more realistic crocodile... but not by much! People have gone over the plot, so I will not rehash it here. The plot is not very good as it intermixes the horror Crocodile and the African political storylines. And as with most bad horror movies, stupid decisions are made at times that wind up killing the actors. Jurgen Prochnow's talents are wasted in this film as the big-game hunter who is supposed to help the film crew. Dominic Purcell once again proves he has no acting talent. I wish they would kill him off on "Prison Break". The only talent here is Orlando Jones. He does a relatively good job, but we do not even see him being killed. He just pops up dead later on.. What a waste! The bonus features on the DVD are thin. There is one "deleted" scene that is pretty amusing, where they show a scene on how the Warlord was supposedly to be killed originally. The "Making of" is not very interesting. I did give the movie 2 stars, because it did keep me watching for 90 minutes.

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