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Avalon: beyond the Abyss

Avalon: beyond the Abyss

Philip Sgriccia (1999)

PG Certificate


Our Score
In this sci-fi adventure, a small island in the Gulf of Mexico inexplicably explodes, releasing a tide of mutating plankton that starts killing off the marine life. With the world under threat, a team of marine experts is called in to try to avert a disaster. There's an impressive array of diving gadgetry on display, including the world's most sophisticated submersible, and female lead Mehgan Heaney-Grier is suitably qualified - she held the US record for the depth of a dive achieved on a single gulp of air (165ft, if you're interested) when the film was made. Sadly, the impressive statistics can't disguise the fact that Philip Sgriccia's film isn't particularly absorbing, and the attempts to spice it up with mysterious undersea cave paintings and ancient prophecies dull any sci-fi edge with fantasy.


A team of underwater specialists strives to prevent the toxic residue released by an underwater explosion polluting the Earth and contaminating its oceans. Sci-fi adventure, starring Parker Stevenson, Mehgan Heaney-Grier and Billy Rieck.

Cast & Crew

John Alden Parker Stevenson
Dr Katherine "K" Harrison Krista Allen
Alyssa Meade Mehgan Heaney-Grier
Billy Domino Billy Rieck
Lieutenant Commander Stephanie Chase Shelli Lether
Pete Trudeau Matt Battaglia
Commander Frank Stein Lewis Smith
Dr Hannah Nygaard Samantha Smith
Carolina Marquez Rosa Blasi
Captain Matthew Norris Sherman Augustus
Director Philip Sgriccia
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Guidance: Contains some violence. Available on: Available on video


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