First Look at ‘Robocroc’!

On the heels of ‘Sharknado’, Syfy unleashes another horror project about a top secret military project that transforms a giant crocodile into a lethal killing machine.

Syfy has released the first clip from Arthur Sinclair's horror project Robocroc, which premieres September 14 at 9/8c on Syfy. Check it out!

When a top-secret unmanned spacecraft disintegrates on re-entry, its mysterious military payload crash-lands in the crocodile habitat of a place called Adventure Land, a combination water park, amusement land and world-famous crocodile exhibit. Following its pre-programmed instructions, the payload - a next-generation nanotech-based combat drone - finds a host in the form of the park's prize twenty-foot Australian Saltwater crocodile, Stella. She is the largest saltwater croc in captivity. Immediately upon infecting its host, the drone payload's nanobots begin to transform Stella from an organic, living creature into a lethal killing machine with only a single directive: survival! Before Chief Zoo-keeper Tim Duffy and reptile biologist Jane Spencer are able to figure out what's going on, they find the park taken over by the government team responsible for the secret project. As the crocodile continues to transform, it escapes the crocodile exhibit and enters the water park, running amok, killing dozens of patrons. But that's just the beginning...

Robocroc was released September 14th, 2013 and stars Keith Duffy, Hristo Balabanov, Florence Brudenell-Bruce, Owen Davis, Christian Hammerdorfer, Steven Hartley, Lisa McAllister, Vlado Mihailov. The film is directed by Arthur Sinclair.

Sources: SyFy

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  1. undeadslayer4

    @Brizzy that is one of the most chessiest trailers ive ever watched

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  2. undeadslayer4

    piece of sh*t

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  3. Brizzy

    No way in blue hell im watching this.

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  4. Bawnian©-Dexeus

    A step down from Prianhaconda and Sharktopus.

    2 years agoby @bawnian-dexeusFlag

  5. mosorwvlad

    A crocodile robot, aaa that's why they named the film Robocroc. That's clever, can't wait for the reboot.

    2 years agoby @mosorwvladFlag

  6. Cartman

    not mind blowing but mind blasting!!

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