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Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators
Year:
2013
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
3.6
Director:
Griff Furst
Ritchie Montgomery as Lucien Doucette
Matt Standley as Director
Amy Brassette as Candy Doucette
Isaiah LaBorde as Curly Doucette
Thomas Francis Murphy as Wade Robichaud
Danny Cosmo as Swamper
Jimmy Lee Jr. as Jonas
Han Soto as Buyer
John Chriss as Dathan
Jordan Hinson as Avery
Shanna Forrestall as Deputy Darla Doucette
Nicoye Banks as Sheriff Landry
Storyline: When a young woman comes home from college to her redneck family, a mutated new entry to the alligator family starts attacking her kin and the rivaling family in their bayou. They must overcome their feuds and fight together against the rednecked gators.
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Reviews
The Gator With The Golden Tooth
I've probably seen a couple dozen of these SyFy "original" movies now, and I've even reviewed a few here at IMDb. So I know you can't compare them to anything other than previous SyFy movies. The low budgets, grade C actors, crew and SFX are to be expected. Before this, I thought Alien Tornado and Sharktopus were about as bad as they got. I was mistaken.

The director, Griff Furst, has done a number of these movies. Most recently, Ghost Shark, which only came out two weeks ago. I think the kindest thing I can say about his directing ability is "journeyman-like".

Let me give you the short version of the silliness that is Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators. Two Cajun swamp-dwelling families are having a feud and one of the families makes some tainted moonshine and dumps it in the swamp. This mutates some alligators. If you get bit or scratched or eat the meat of mutant gators, you turn into one. Every member of the other family eat the mutant meat. Meanwhile, a la Romeo and Juliet, one young member of each family are in love with each other.

Juliet's Cajun dad turns into a gator, but keeps his gold tooth, which is now a big gold gator fang (no explanation of how THAT happened, of course). Romeo and Juliet have sex, then Romeo turns into a gator too. Towards the end, the leaders of both clans have a duel. One has a shotgun, the other has a gold fang and a tail that shoots spikes. Both die. All the mutant gators are lured to a warehouse and blown up. Only one escapes- Romeo. Cut to a year later and Juliet comes out of her shack with her new baby. Romeo gator comes crawling up out of the swamp to join his wife and baby. The end. (One note here about actor Abbie Gayle, as "Bloody Girl". She wears blood extremely well, and runs off camera with grace and charm. Truly an Emmy-worthy performance.)

Too many other crazy things went on to include here. Suffice it to say, it was all pretty ridiculous. Don't know where all the actors came from, but the accents in this thing were all over the map. This WAS a SyFy channel movie, so it got a two star rating from me because at least I could follow the story.

Oh yes, and the mutant gators actually had red necks.
2013-09-05
Eating Alligators
Pouring rank blue chemicals in a Louisiana swamp somehow causes the alligator population to morph into monstrous creatures with werewolfish vampirisms. They have cool spikes in their tails, which are used to immobilize victims before the kill. Like the title reveals, they have red necks. The local redneck population consists mostly of two extended families, who feud like the Hatfields and the McCoys. They also drink, hunt and eat like slobs. Our heroine is leggy Jordan Hinson (as Avery Doucette). She left the area to attend college and avoid becoming another of the "in-bred bottom feeders" noted in the script...

While away at school, Ms. Avery gave up her gun-toting ways (she's a sure-shot, naturally) and became an animal-loving vegan. Her refusal to hunt alligators will come and go, depending upon the situation. Of course, she's carrying on a romance with the rival family's most eligibly muscular member, John Chriss (as Dathan Robichaud). Several in the supporting cast, led by spitting Christopher Berry (as Bud), have fun. Gold-toothed Ritchie Montgomery (as Lucien Doucette) and oddly-accented Thomas Francis Murphy (as Wade Robichaud) are the hammy family patriarchs. Over the top Amy Brassette (as Candy) has a blast.

**** Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators (9/5/13) G.E. Furst ~ Jordan Hinson, John Chriss, Christopher Berry, Ritchie Montgomery
2013-09-07
About As Fun As a SyFy Film Can Get
Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators (2013)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Not only does this film have one of the greatest titles in the history of cinema, it also manages to be one of the most entertaining movies to appear on SyFy. The story is pretty simple as a girl (Jordan Hinson) returns home to see that her family is still feuding with their neighbors and worst of all is that these neighbors have been dumping bad moonshine into the swamps, which has created large, redneck gators. Once again I find myself reviewing a SyFy movie and wondering why so many people go into a movie called RAGIN CAJUN REDNECK GATORS and are expecting some sort of quality material. Again, if you're wanting CITIZEN KANE then don't watch a film called RAGIN CAJUN REDNECK GATORS. It should go without saying but this is a pretty bad little movie but thankfully there's enough camp to make it quite entertaining. I think the best thing going for this are the horrendous CGI alligators, which are among some of the worst things you're ever going to see but thankfully they're funny, which adds to the entertainment. The scenes of the gators attacking are so poorly done and the blood so fake looking that it's impossible to take these scenes serious, which is another good thing. The performances are quite mixed at best but I thought Hinson was good enough in the lead. The film manages to have quite a few funny moments, which is about all you can hope for when watching something like this. The direction is pretty good throughout since he does manage to keep things moving at a nice pace, which, again, is about as much as you can hope for in a film like this. With that said, this is still a "C" level horror movie that aired on SyFy so obviously the material is very thin, runs out of gas before the conclusion but it's a creature feature that has enough entertaining moments.
2013-09-15
Not good
I read GL84's nine star review and he is an idiot. This is another stupid Syfy movie. First how can bad moonshine mutate gators and not other species? Then there is the Romeo and Juliet aspect between two feuding families. One guy is in love with the daughter of the other side. The mutated creatures can whip some kind of killer stuff with their tails plus have some red coloration that I guess is suppose to come from the moonshine. Hence the redneck gator part of the title, I guess. This moonshine of course comes from one to the two feuding families. Now the two feuding maybe lovers go looking for the problem and gee they find it. My isn't it amazing that their boat manages to start when they need to rescue some family? Lucien's wife is a real piece of work. I did love the plan of distraction the guy had when he threw the mutt to the gator. While not PC it was really funny. The Gator Whisperer is another idiot but gets his. Unfortunately his entire crew gets hammered before that happens. Of course the bites are toxic and here it gets Syfy stupid. It turns out the bit turns the bitee into gator clones and everything gets even more stupid from there. I was glad to see a black man as the sheriff and he didn't die first. This is just a stupid unbelievable plot.
2013-09-15
Exceptionally fun and enjoyable Sci-Fi Channel effort
Following a series of strange alligator attacks on their property, a bayou family puts a land-standing territory feud into hear-gear when their rival family turns into mutated gators from botched moonshine and must stop them from taking over the swamp.

This here turned out to be one of the more enjoyable and entertaining efforts put out by the Sci-Fi Channel recently and has a lot going for it. One of the better efforts is the fact that there's a strong sense of cheese throughout that's not played for laughs and is kept totally straight, the comedy coming from the incredulous-ness of it all being depicted in the real world. From the concept of how the gators are turned to a realization of the title on their physical bodies that gives them a distinct advantage in the area as well as the physical qualities of their original personas are played up to maximum effect here, which all makes for some cheesy fun when they're placed into action here. Using the swamp-land location is a great move to give the film a pretty decent location to set it all, and there's plenty of action with several nice chases through the water and surrounding wet-lands to give off a pretty tense vibe from time-to-time. The multitude of bodies piled up allows for some pretty decent gore-shots, which do get ruined by the fact that they're all CGI which happens to be the only real fault here. The gators look a lot better than expected and anatomically don't look that far off but the glint off their bodies that is the tell-tale sign of CGI ruins the illusion somewhat. Still, the story's pretty fast-paced and the homages to the other story shoehorned into this make for a pretty enjoyable time, so overall it's just the CGI that really lowers this one.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence, Language and Brief Nudity.
2013-09-06
Add mean gators to a century old family feud.
Sounds obviously bad, but give this chomping thriller a chance. Griff Furst directs this Syfy Channel Original; slack-jawed story with tragic acting and off and on dangerous looking graphics. Very watchable and fun. More believable than SHARKNADO.

Quite a bit city and still full of Cajun, Avery Douchette (Jordan Hinson) returns home from the big city to still find her family feuding with the Robichauds; like they have for over a hundred years. There is a possibility a romance will be rekindled with Dathan Robichaud (John Chriss), but bad blood boils hotter with poached gators becoming an issue. Big trouble really thickens when a bad batch of blue dye colored moonshine is dumped in the bayou, causing some fierce "red neck' gators to go on the attack.

Filmed near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Other players include; Ritchie Montgomery, Jimmy Lee Jr., Shanna Forrestall, Thomas Francis Murphy, Isaiah LaBorde, Amy Brassette and Nicoye Banks.
2016-09-05
Crazy title, generic movie
Ragin Cajun Redneck Gators is quite the title, but considering it's from the SyFy Channel you should know what you are getting yourself into. This movie involves alligators, cajuns, and rednecks that are probably ragin. Like most SyFy movies, it has a plot that involves killer animals killing random people and it doesn't differentiate from all the other movies.

Good: The main actress is really attractive. There's that.

Bad: The movie just follows the same generic plot line you've seen in other killer gator movies with this time it is going for a Romeo and Juliet style story with two redneck families feuding and the two kids from the families falling in love. It tries to balance a campy tone and some seriousness, but it ends up being dull.

Overall, it is just an average SyFy movie. No more no less, but its just not fun.
2014-09-09
Swamps, feuding rednecks, Jordan Hinson, bad moonshine, mutated gators and were-gators
RELEASED TO TV IN 2013 and directed by Griff Furst, "Ragin' Cajun Redneck Gators" (aka "Alligator Alley") takes place in the Louisiana bayous when Avery (Jordan Hinson) returns from college (indoctrinated by liberalism, of course) to her redneck homestead where her kin are still feuding with a neighboring family. While she secretly dates the handsome son of the enemy (John Chriss), literal red-necked gators attack, mutated by bad moonshine that was poured into the swamp. But something even worse starts happening.

The title keys off that this is a campy, silly monster movie and not to be taken seriously, although there's some semi-serious dramatics and horrifics. Anyone wanting solemn horror should go to the Exit now. Jordan Hinson as the protagonist is a major attraction as she's winsome and all-around easy on the eyes. There's a little bit of "The Alligator People" (1959) thrown in to keep things interesting. Bottom Line: It's not great, but it's mildly entertaining as an amusing creature feature. Just remember: If the rednecks don't get ya... the gators will.

THE MOVIE RUNS 88 minutes and was shot in St. Amant & Baton Rouge, Louisiana. WRITERS: Keith Allan, Rafael Jordan & Delondra Williams.

GRADE: C+
2017-09-12
Moonshine and Gators
After 4 years away from home while attending college, a young woman named "Avery Doucette" (Jordan Hinson) returns to her family in the Louisiana bayou one day prior to alligator hunting season. What nobody knows is that a local family headed by "Wade Robichaud" (Thomas Francis Murphy) has been making moonshine using a strange new chemical which ends up contaminating several batches which are subsequently dumped into the swamp. This causes the local gator population to mutate into extremely large and savage creatures of a type never seen before--and their feeding season on humans has just begun. Throw in a deadly family feud between the Doucettes and the Robichauds and things are about to get deadly in the bayou. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that it's the comedy—more than the action, horror or suspense—that makes this film even remotely interesting as the other qualities just mentioned are almost non-existent. Likewise, the extremely ridiculous ending certainly didn't help much either. In any case, if not for the afore-mentioned humor, I would have scored this film a bit lower but as things are I rate it as just slightly below average.
2016-11-30
It has a good original idea and tries to go with it but falls a little flat because I think it tries to do much.
Even though they reach a limited audience, 2013 has been the year for Syfy films. With it's original name, Sci-fi, it's was a channel in the beginning that brought us reruns of old films and some original films that didn't really have an audience. As time went on, the channel delivered some popular TV shows including Ghost Hunter and also cult shows like Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Firefly. In 2010, it made a drastic change when it broadcasted WWE Smackdown drawing in the wrestling audience. Through the power of social media including twitter in 2013, it's original film Sharknado was a major hit that brought much more attention to the channel. Because of the Sharknado hit, their films are finding more of a audience. These films are very strange and all over the spectrum including Aladdin and the Death Lamp, Ghost Shark and Flying Monkeys. Ragin' Cajun Redneck Gators is another film to add to this strange collection.

Ragin' Cajun Redneck Gators is set in the swaps of Louisiana where a Cajun redneck community finds themselves getting attacked by strange killer gators. These gators are far from typical, quite dangerous and more than what they seem.

Like Sharknado and Ghost Shark, there is a definite lack of budget but an extra effort by the filmmakers to make this work is evident. There are Cajun rednecks that are funny and kind of realistic, mutant gators, and a Romeo and Juliet love story involving feuding families. It's all a unique and interesting combination.

Unlike the Ghost Shark and Shakando, we don't care much about these characters. Attractive lead character, Jordan Hinson plays Avery from one of the feuding families but nothing memorable really comes from her performance. Her love interest, Tristan (Victor Webster) is a character who is frankly limited and who we don't really root for even though he is in danger from the gators throughout. The only positive person who steals the show is Michael Baird who plays Avery's father Dale. He has an excellent Cajun accent and is a charismatic "life of the party" kind of character who kind of steals the show.

For what it is trying to be, Ragin' Cajun Redneck Gators should have been better. It has a good original idea and tries to go with it but falls a little flat because I think it tries to do much. Because of that, I think it is probably the weakest Syfy films of 2013.
2013-09-20
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