Top
30°
3.5

Sharknado "Sharknado: The 4th Awakens" Review - AVClub

AVClub: In 2016, the Syfy brand exists in something of a split personality state, less a unified front than the network equivalent of Two-Face’s scarred coin. On the shiny side is the network that remembers it was once the home of Battlestar Galactica and wants to be a home for interesting and progressive genre fare like Killjoys, Dark Matter, and 12 Monkeys. And then on the scarred side there’s its reputation as the king of schlock made-for-TV monster movies, driven by the unquenchable urge to grab every shark, alligator, snake, and octopus they can get their hands on, cross-breed them thanks to dirt-cheap CGI, and pit them against each other and a pool of C-list actors.

The story is too old to be commented.