Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (2012)

lakeplacid4Creature
Giant Asian Crocodiles

Alternate Titles
Στα σαγόνια του κροκόδειλου: Τελευταίο κεφάλαιο
The jaws of the crocodile : Last Chapter

Country
USA

Director
Don Michael Paul

Writer
David Reed

Story

“The infamous Black Lake has now been cordoned off by the military but that doesn’t stop a busload of teenage swimmers from getting stranded in the crocodile infested area. In order to save the teens, the local Sheriff must team up with a reluctantly reformed poacher to fend off the killer crocodiles and end their threat to Lake Placid once and for all!”

Cast

  • Elisabeth Röhm – Sheriff Theresa Giove
  • Yancy Butler – Reba
  • Robert Englund – Jim Bickerman
  • Poppy Lee Friar – Chloe Giove
  • Paul Nicholls – Ryan Loflin
  • Benedict Smith – Max Loflin
  • Caroline Ford – Elaine
  • Scarlett Byrne – Brittany
  • Jeff Stewart – Deputy Nermal

Creature Connections

  • Basilisk: The Serpent King – Yancy Butler
  • Black Swarm – Robert Englund
  • Lake Placid 3 – David Reed, Yancy Butler
  • Lake Placid vs Anaconda – Yancy Butler, Robert Englund
  • Mega Shark vs Mecha Shark – Elisabeth Röhm
  • Python – Robert Englund
  • Rage of the Yeti – Yancy Butler
  • Shark Week – Yancy Butler
  • Strippers vs Werewolves – Robert Englund
  • Wolvesbayne – Yancy Butler

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10 thoughts on “Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (2012)

  1. Why was Jim Bickerman laughing at the end when he discovers that the crocodile eggs he kept in his knapsack were broken after getting knocked out?

    • You’ll have to ask Robert Englund himself for an exact answer but in my opinion he was laughing at the irony and knowing that the broken eggs would certainly be the death of him.

  2. Another idea for LP V A is that why the crocodiles were so massive because it ingested the Blood Orchid serum and Dennis (the scientist guy) was hired by Murdoch’s people to get a sample of the Mutant Croc DNA!

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