General Information

Glossary: S
Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 95 minutes
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Directors: Neasa Hardiman
Writers: Neasa Hardiman
Casts: Connie Nielsen, Dougray Scott, Hermione Corfield, Olwen Fouéré, Jack Hickey, Ardalan Esmaili, Elie Bouakaze, Dag Malmberg
IMDB: Sea Fever (2020)

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User Rating:
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IMDB Rating: 5.7


Slashfilm - Jason Gorber
This is an intimate film with grand ideas, a small boat floating on a giant ocean, and the extraordinary discovery at the heart of the narrative is outweighed by the sense as a filmgoer that we’re seeing a talented director coming to the surface, sticking her tendrils in, and reshaping our expectations as we’re taken along for the journey.
The Playlist - Kimber Myers
The initial draw of Sea Fever might be as a monster movie, but this is a profoundly humane and humanist film whose ideas stays with you longer than the nightmares.
The A.V. Club - Katie Rife
Despite some overly literal tributes to the films that inspired it (namely Alien, Jaws, and The Thing), Sea Fever’s vision of humanity’s insignificance in the face of nature is exactly the sort of awe-inspiring message some of us need to hear right now.
Rolling Stone - David Fear
And suddenly, amid the claustrophobic compositions and shadowy hallways and tick-tick-tick of inevitable sickness, Sea Fever goes from being a monster movie to an eerily timed example of pandemic horror. Coming to a TV screen in a near you in the middle of a quarantine, this exercise in it-came-from-below suddenly takes on a whole other level of resonance.
The A.V. Club - A.A. Dowd
It’s well-acted and reasonably intelligent, but also derivative enough to compare unfavorably to plenty of stone-cold classics.

Sea Fever (2020)

The crew of a West of Ireland trawler—marooned at sea—struggle for their lives against a growing parasite in their water supply.