3-Headed Shark Attack (2015)
Starring Karrueche Tran and Danny Trejo, the sequel to 2012's 2-Headed Shark Attack is generally an abomination of modern day cinema.
While the film is terrible in almost every single way, the first few shark scenes you see are enjoyable, as with most shark-related media, and these scenes are basically the only positives to the movie.
Unlike a lot of movie fans, I personally think films like this, especially those developed by The Asylum, are awful. Oftentimes they get away with painfully sub-par filmmaking by categorizing them as "science fiction action horror comedies", something 3-Headed Shark Attack infact does. The thrills are extremely short-lasting and the novelties wear off almost instantly in my opinion.
The acting, as expected, is excruciatingly bad, the special effects are embarrassing, and the plot is entirely unoriginal. Fortunately, the idea of a 3 Headed Shark slightly salvages the movie, and gives it a slight edge above other movies of the like.
Overall, this is a 5 minute novelty, and does not warrant much praise, nor does it constitute an abundance of viewing, especially at an 89 minute run-time.
IMDb Rating: 2.7/10
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