By: Da'Mon Guy
There have been some great films that showcase the horrific power of the creatures that occupy the depths of the ocean and why man should be very mindful when dealing with it. Films like Jaws, Orca, and Deep Blue Sea are classic movies that show the true power that the creatures of the sea posses. Not to mention how these movies can scare the crap out of you. The theme from Jaws had become synonymous with fear and is one of the all time classic aspects of film. The minute that one hears it, it quickly resonates with the terror and killing that is sure to follow. But for each one of these great examples of the good use of the world’s oldest killing machine, there is at least one bad one. The latest disconcerting usage is Shark Night.
Shark Night is a substandard, tasteless exploitation of one of the best killers to ever grace the screen. It's a fraudulent debauchery that offers nearly no entertainment value. It’s a lackluster usage of the one of the greatest killers to ever grace the screen. The movie stars Sara Paxton (The Last House on the Left), Dustin Mulligan (Extract), Chris Carmack (The Butterfly Effect 3), Katherine McPhee (The House Bunny), Joel David Moore (Savages), Sinqua Walls (Teen Wolf: TV series), Alyssa Diaz (Red Dawn 2012), and Donal Louge (Charlie St. Cloud).
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