King Crab Attack! is not a short film about the uprising of a king parasite and many of his followers that all live on your balls, and no it’s not about a delicious crab dinner in an upscale restaurant gone awry after the cooks let the dinner go cold and nuke it in an unfamiliar microwave that they don’t know fell through a wormhole from a decidedly crabby alternate universe that mutates anything within it into a gigantor freak, although that would be awesome and a borderline acceptable alternative back story to the actual plot of the film which is this: Holy shit, that crab is f*cking huge! Snip! Snip! ARGHGHGLHH! Snip! Also:
Transgenic giant crabs attack the beaches of Trouville. The evil Raymond Santos, owner of a nearby processing plant, seeks to increase his company?s profitability by mucking about with the genetic structure of ordinary crabs, which proceed to do what all good self-respecting critters do in those circumstances: they grow to an enormous size and go on a rampage of destruction. They are uncontrollable. Basile Garaud, a member of the coastguard, conducts an investigation into the matter.
Gregoire Sivan’s KING CRAB ATTACK is a full short film done as a trailer, referencing 1950s giant insect flicks. It stars Jean-Pierre Martins (La Vie en Rose), Serge Dupire, Charlotte Marin, Etienne Chicot, Martine Fontaine and a bunch of really big crabs
Full short after the jump
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