Deepwater Horizon Film Review: Deepwater Horizons Film Premiere on Netflix

The Deepwater Horizons film series premiered on Netflix on Friday, June 15, 2018, and was directed by filmmaker Tim Burton.

Burton’s latest feature, The Deep Water Horizon Film, is a look into the aftermath of the Deepwater Disaster in 2010.

The film was directed, produced, and stars Tim Burttons son, Zach Burton, along with actress Kate Kelly.

The story follows three explorers as they attempt to return to the Gulf of Mexico to find the cause of the disaster.

It is set during the years 2010-2017, when the oil and gas industry in the Gulf was thriving.

The series features some of the best and most visually stunning footage ever shot.

A number of deepwater explorations have been filmed, including one in which an oil rig is buried under the surface of the Gulf.

The Deep-water Horizon film series also includes documentaries about the drilling and exploration of the region.

The documentary film was released in 2018.

In 2018, DeepwaterHorizons series became one of the top five films in the world, according to a report by FilmScore.

The movie has garnered critical acclaim and has been hailed as one of Sundance’s best film festival films.

Deepwater horizons films are typically released on Netflix in late June.