Synopsis and sales art for killer gator flick Chomp 3D

Choot 'em! Better call in Troy Landry and the "Swamp People" cause this bayou is about to be infested with giant killer gators and it'll take more than a boatful of guns and a little luck to save the swamp.

Currently being shopped around the European Film Market is another killer alligator film entitled CHOMP 3D and we have the synopsis and a peek at the sales art for you below.

A wild storm off the coast of Louisiana sends the Chinese freighter “Sea Dragon” crashing into the break wall and spilling its deadly cargo. Unknown to the inhabitants of the tiny island community of “Grand Lafitte” is that on the eve of tourism season, all hell is about to break loose!

The friendly island is being overrun by hundreds of genetically enhanced “Supersized” Alligators, the result of a genetic experiment designed to boost profits. These man-eating beasts measure over 20 feet long and weigh in excess of a ton. With a prehistoric look and a bad attitude to match, these creatures are attacking everybody and everything, leaving the authorities of this coastal island town in shock.

Enter the Broussard brothers, former stars of their own reality alligator hunting show, who find themselves the most unlikely of heroes. With their extraordinary alligator-hunting skills and their intimate knowledge of the swamp, the three brothers are the last line of defense between the townspeople and alligator annihilation.

The ornery gators have finally met their match!

Chomp mixes the humor of “Gremlins” with the sheer terror and smarts of  “Deep Blue Sea” set against the back drop of the Louisiana Bayou and flavored with the Cajun culture.

Chomp will be shot in 3D and produced by Golden Globe nominee Dan Grodnik and executive-produced by multiple Indie Spirit nominee Nick Stiliadis.  The story is written by Louisiana native, ex ATF agent and award winning author and screenwriter Chuck Hustmyre.

Extra Tidbit: What is your favorite killer croc/alligator flick?



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