Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep (2006)

Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep


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The made-for-television Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep stars Charlie O'oConnell as Ray, a man who lost his parents as a boy when they were eaten by a sea monster. Now as an adult, Ray plans to get his revenge while stealing a valuable jewel the monster hides.

Rating: R (For Some Violence)
Genre: Television, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Brian D. Young
In Theaters:
On DVD: Apr 1, 2008



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Critic Reviews for Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep

All Critics (2)

A very low rent and C grade variation of "The Deep"...

Full Review… | July 13, 2013
Cinema Crazed

I've got a real soft spot for moronic movies about massive monsters, but even I have my limits.

Full Review… | March 20, 2007

Audience Reviews for Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep

Not-bad SciFi channel production, which is a double-edged sword: not exciting nor high production enough to stand out, and too competent to enjoy as a bad movie like, say, Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus. That leaves a passable yet unremarkable creature feature.

I watched this for Victoria Pratt, star of silly sci-fi TV shows Mutant X and Cleopatra 2525. She's a solid action performer with enough acting chops to make her characters believable. And speaking of solid, her body is the blueprint of ultimate fitness while still retaining femininity. A waste that she plays the role of doctor in distress since she could easily clobber the bad guy (a grayhaired guy with a cane for god's sake) single-handedly. Oh well, at least as an oceanographer she still gets the swimsuits. Her hero-for-hire Charlie "I'm Not Jerry, But Only Barely" O'Connell also performs decently, while an upgrade of the antagonists would have helped.

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Pretty standard fare for the cheesy monster movies that fill the dead time on SciFi/SyFy network. The acting is stiff at times and the dialog comically-hokey. Then again, I've seen far worse movies that actually saw a theatrical release (See "American Dreamz" and Michael Bay's last two Transformers movies.) This movie actually has a coherent plot and conflict, while the special effects are surprisingly good for this movie's low budget. It might be a decent flick to watch while getting drunk on a Friday night.

I was disappointed in how un-Krakenlike the creature was. It was a giant CGI squid that Charlie O'Connell was going after for eating his parents when he was little. It was cool to see him go all aggro on it in the end with a machine guy. Super tense! Added bonus: there was a pre-Glee Cory Monteith in this movie.

Jennifer Hollywood

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