Celebrate National Wildlife Week With These Wild Creature Features on Crackle!

This National Wildlife Week, Crackle is bringing out the beasts. The free streaming service is unleashing a feeding frenzy of horror titles where nature’s wildest, most ravenous creatures take center stage. From swarms of frenzied, flesh-eating fish to hulking reptilian terrors, these enraged animals are on a rampage, leaving a trail of chaos and carnage in their wake. 

Whether you find yourself in the crosshairs of an apex predator far from its natural habitat, vacationing in a tropical paradise turned gruesome feeding ground, or trapped in the midst of a relentless insect swarm, Crackle’s slate of animal attack thrillers dares you to confront your primal fears. Stealthy stalkers, gaping maws of razor teeth, remorseless killers operating on pure instinct – this is survival horror at its most untamed.

So prepare to be consumed by animalistic terror, as Crackle presents its full lineup of unrelenting monster titles celebrating National Wildlife Week:

When flesh-eating piranhas are accidentally released into a summer resort’s rivers, the guests become their next meal.

Cast: Bradford Dillman (Sudden Impact), Heather Menzies-Urich (Sound of Music), Kevin McCarthy (Invasion of the Body Snatchers)

Grizzly Rage
A road trip for four high -school buddies celebrating their graduation turns into a lesson in survival when they accidentally hit a bear cub and suffer the wrath of the avenging mother Grizzly. What unfolds is a long dark night of stark raging fear as they face off against the wilds of nature.

Cast: Tyler Hoechlin (Road to Perdition), Graham Kosakoski (Smallville), Brody Harms (Presumed Dead)

A break in at a medical research laboratory at a classified seaside location has freed a mass of genetically enhanced vipers. They don’t just bite. They eat. Reproducing at a rapid rate, they now outnumber the locals of a nearby remote island who have barricaded themselves in an increasingly vulnerable hotel. With help on its way – or not–, the lone survivors have one chance to stay alive: make it to the shore—and fast.

Cast: Tara Reid (The Big Lebowski), Jonathan Scarfe (Hell on Wheels), Corbin Bernsen (Major League)

A beach resort town in Thailand loses good chunks of its tourist trade when a killer croc is cut loose and left to roam the swamps-and backyards-of the locals. The feeding frenzy also raises the stakes in the competition between two competing croc farmers who are liable to lose an arm and a leg if business drops off.

Cast: Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs), Peter Tuinstra (The Impossible), Elizabeth Healey (Doctor Strange)

Canadian director William Fruet’s 80s-style gore and 50s-style over-sized killer bug horror film is described as delicious and goopy, but not suitable for entomophobic audiences.

Cast: Ivan E. Roth (Night of the Comet), Steve Railsback (Barb Wire), Gwynyth Walsh (Star Trek: Generations)

The Hive
A mass of flesh-eating army ants-200 million strong-is making its way through the jungles of Brazil devouring every living thing in its path. Called in to stave off the attack is Horace Lennart, a scientist from Thorax Industries extermination service in Los Angeles, and his girlfriend, entomologist Claire Dubois. But when they discover the bizarre intention and origins of the crawling creatures, they fear for the future of the planet.

Cast: Tom Wopat (The Dukes of Hazzard), Kal Weber (Hell on Wheels), Elizabeth Healey (Doctor Strange)

Eye of the Beast
After several locals disappear off the coast of Fells Island, a small fishing community in the North Atlantic, terrified survivors claim the existence of a Giant Squid. A group of courageous seafarers venture into the dangerous waters themselves to kill the creature before it makes a feast of the entire island.

Cast: James Van Der Beek (Dawson’s Creek), Alexandra Castillo (The Handmaid’s Tale), Arne MacPherson (Altar Boys)

In the Spider’s Web
Backpacking in the jungles of India, a team of hikers stumbles upon the primitive village of Karni Mata-home to a native cult of spider worshippers and to Dr. Lecorpus, an American physician who proves just as formidable a fear as the venomous arachnids. When the hikers discover that they’re to be sacrificed, their battle to survive becomes one of man against man and man against nature.

Cast: Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Emma Catherwood (Holby City), Lisa Livingstone (River City)

Blood Monkey
A renowned but mad professor leads a small group of American students into the jungles of Africa to investigate a remote tribe of killer chimpanzees rumored to be the missing link.

Cast: F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus), Matt Ryan (Layer Cake), Amy Manson (The Diplomat)

Ben the rat returns to lead a violent rodent army in this 1972 horror sequel to “Willard.”

Cast: Lee Montgomery (Burnt Offerings), Joseph Campanella (Mannix), Arthur O’Connell (Anatomy of a Murder)

A group of friends go out on a boat trip on a lake in Southern California, but their joyful weekend turns into horror when a giant killer crocodile searching for its stolen eggs kills anyone who gets in its way. Can they all escape in one piece or will they slowly and painfully fall to the mammoth reptile?

Cast: Mark McLachlan (Hometown Legend), Caitlin Martin (Without a Trace), Chris Solari (Entourage)

The hunter becomes the hunted when the forested shadows of the Appalachian Trail are stalked by a wild animal out of its element, hungry and born to ravage.

Cast: Gary Busey (Lethal Weapon), Ian D. Clark (Murdoch Mysteries), Ty Wood (Riverdale)

The Giant Leeches
The legendary Yvette Vickers stars along with Jan Shepard, Ken Clark, and some nasty giant leeches! Basically, they’re just a bunch of actors in plastic costumes, but director Bernard Kowalski made the most of his small budget.

Cast: Ken Clark (Sea Hunt), Yvette Vickers (Attack of the 50 Foot Woman), Jan Shepard (Gunsmoke)

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