Sharktopus review

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After a combat demonstration goes awry, a genetically engineered shark/ octopus hybrid is let loose and it’s not long before it starts a massacre off the coast of Mexico. When it begins to turn its intentions inland, the creature’s creator must work together with his estranged daughter if they are to stand any chance of stopping the dreaded Sharktopus!

The winner of the Syfy Monster Mayhem Tournament manages to breathe new life into Roger Corman’s B-movie operations with a great title, a great creature, a great cartoon poster and an amazing theme song by The Cheetahs Whores.

Sharktopus has quite a complex storyline for a creature feature with numerous story threads running side-by-side but it still fits in comfortably with the Syfy movie formula. The body count is crazily high. Literally 5 minutes does not go past without somebody getting eaten, and some of the kills are particularly terrific with the bungee jump kill being my personal highlight of the entire film. Not to mention that at a mere 89 minutes, Sharktopus doesn’t overstay its welcome.

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Jaws Revenge app game review

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Jaws revenge 1Jaws Revenge is a 2012 app game developed by Fuse Powered Inc based on the titular Jaws franchise that is available for iOS and Android devices. The 24MB game is completely free and carries a ‘High Maturity’ age rating. During the game you play as ‘Jaws’ the shark from Jaws and the aim of the game is eat enough people to stay alive whilst your health continuously drops. Continue reading