When that Shark Bites...

Shark Nut 3D
I don't get it when they [being movie companies] give backing to morons [writers/directors/etc.] to stupid ideas [Shark Night] that this film was. Nothing bothers me more when they spend more time making a awful music video at the end of the credits, which only proves that things bite... and bite big time. I read the reviews and I weeded past the trailer with a smile... only to find the movie used for a few bucks. I wanted to see for myself... and it was still and my biggest problem, "why the hell do people who don't like each other, ever want to hang out for the weekend". waddle the script... know there is a pg-13 rating... no nudity except some side boob and man butt... and the obvious creepy backwoods whack-a-dos. Now add some salt water sharks, in a salt water lake... and the stupid eye for an eye mental armchair fight... Hey maybe we should go right where the sharks are or maybe go left where the sharks are... maybe lets climb into the boat with the backwoods whack-a-dos... even after they made references that they want to jump you.

Kill me... I hope there is a sequel... just so I know.
-Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]



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  1. I admire your dedication to trashy films! Sounds like this one should've gone straight to SyFy.

  2. That last video makes it all worth it.

  3. Hard to take the whole shark bite thing seriously with Jabber Jaw in the background. lol.

  4. Jeremy, I can't imagine how this could have been any good. I like how you snuck in Snaggletooth. LOL

  5. I just can't quit these movies...I am drawn to them like a moth to a flame.

  6. I don't do sharks. Jaws forever changed me and swimming. This is the girl who grew up on the Chesapeake and whose Dad took her to this movie at age 14. Water skiing was never the same...I went, but I was a total basket case the whole time.
    If you want a truly scary movie: The Grey. Again, I will never be the same. But I don't spend much time wandering the wilderness of Alaska, so I do feel pretty safe. Just traumatized by bloody snow.
    Tina @ Life is Good


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