TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) - Filmmakers combined a bevvy of those "only in Florida" moments that Floridians know all too well to make an over-the-top horror movie set to be released in theaters this summer.
"Crawl" is about a Category 5 hurricane that hits Florida, where alligators then attack residents who didn't evacuate ahead of the fictional storm.
The movie trailer, which was released on Wednesday, begins with the governor warning residents to leave because rescuers won't be able to save them.
It then cuts to a woman who ignores the evacuation order in order to search for her father. She then becomes trapped in the flooding house as the hurricane hits.
While the storm rages outside, the woman then must battle hungry alligators that make their way into the home.
A poster for the movie features a sign warning about alligators, which reads: "Danger! Alligators are common in this area. They can be dangerous. They are known to stalk their prey. They will hunt you."
"Crawl" is scheduled to be released in theaters July 12.
Watch the trailer below: