For Their Next Trick, Syfy Reveals 'Ghost Shark'

'Jaws' meets 'A Nightmare on Elm Street'. Syfy has done it again. The only thing more dangerous than Sharknado is Ghost Shark. But what if they conjure a tornado of ghost sharks? Then my friends, it looks like the desert is the only safe place to live. Until Sandshark awakens from his prehistoric slumber.

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If you see only one Frankie Muniz vs Sharks movie, make it this one. We've seen sharknados target individual cities and kill off some of our favorite C-list celebrities, but never have we seen great whites rain down on an entire coast before. A sharknado of this magnitude is big enough to wipe out the entire East Coast. If Ian Ziering is going to prevent the death of millions, he's going to need a jet. Preferably one tricked out with chainsaws.


'Sharknado 2' Trailer Jumps The Shark In A Good Way

Even the sharknados are tougher in New York. If you were worried that Sharknado 2: The Second One couldn't be more ridiculous than its predecessor, this trailer is here to call you a dummy. First of all, the cast now includes Ian Ziering as the intrepid hero, Tara Reid as whoever she plays, Vivica A. Fox, Billy Ray Cyrus, Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, and Jared from Subway. If that's not more ridiculous enough for you, direct your attention to the comically-oversized chainsaw that Ziering wields this time around. I bet you didn't even know those existed. Dummy. And to reiterate:


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Yet another reason why playing with your kids is a bad idea. James Wan has found himself a nice little niche. Step 1) Make very scary movies for very little money. Step 2) Go to the bank. Previously, Wan earned $100 million on a $1.5 million investment with Insidious. His latest, The Conjuring, looks scary enough to earn all the money. Stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga (who don't appear in this trailer) play a husband and wife team of ghost hunters investigating a remote farmhouse. They quickly learn that they are in over their heads when the supernatural activity grows more and more violent. I'm really impressed by the hide and seek sequence featured in this trailer. Suppose you're a ghost and a new family moves into your house and immediately starts playing hide and seek while blindfold. How can you not f**k with them? This ghost, though, just takes it to an amazing level. It deserves our respect. This film was originally slated for January 2013 release but due to resounding praise from audiences, the film was pushed back to August to rake in those sweet, sweet summer dollars.


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Ladies: protect your boobs from sharks... at all costs. Just watched the above trailer for Shark Night 3D, starring Sara Paxton. I suppose any excuse to see boobs is probably a worthwhile use of my time, though this movie seems pretty horror-by-the-numbers-y. They're on a booty trip in the middle of nowhere, the main black guy is the first to get attacked, there's a shark POV shot of a girl's legs dangling - same old, same old. Still, though... boobs. Also, a guy gets lowered down to the shark against his will, which I fully support. [post-album postid="211522" item="5"]Shark Night 3D comes to us from director David Ellis (Snakes on a Plane), who originally wanted to title the film to be Untitled 3D Shark Thriller. I'm hoping there'll be at least a little bit of self-mocking, or something worth making a hilarious-for-a-time meme out of, that's not represented in the trailer. Or maybe it's a really scary thriller, and the trailer just picks parts we'd be "familiar" with. Otherwise, I'm swimming off to boobier waters on September 2nd.