ShockTillYouDrop.com was out at the movies tonight and at the theater, we spied the very first teaser poster for David (Snakes on a Plane, Final Destination 2) Ellis' Shark Night 3D, which will be released on September 2. Hopefully we'll have a better quality version of it soon, but for now, you can enjoy the image below.
The film stars Sara Paxton, Dustin Milligan, Katharine McPhee, Chris Carmack, Alyssa Diaz, Joel David Moore, Donal Logue, Sinqua Walls and Chris Zylka as well as a fare share of great white sharks.
Movies Hate You Too writes:
One of the biggest complaints you hear about Netflix Streaming is their lack of quality films. To a certain extent I would agree with that sentiment but for whatever reason I don’t have as big of a problem with their lineup as some customers do. Most of the films I watch on Netflix are more geared towards older catalog titles than new releases so that probably has a lot to do with my higher level of satisfaction. For May however Netflix has added several new releases in addition to adding a large amount of interesting catalog titles.
Project-blu writes: Shark Night 3D doesn’t scare us out of the water or entertain one bit. David R. Ellis fails in capturing the vicious beast of the sea in a full length feature film. He falls into the Hollywood stereotypes and clichés instead of being even remotely creative. If you've seen one shark fright movie then you've seen Shark Night 3D. The third-dimension is really lacking because it was shot with native 3D cameras, the 3D presentation is something I would expect from a converted film. If you have to watch this in 3D just give it a one-time go, after that, save your battery life on your glasses if you have an active set. Skip this purchase if you can, don’t let the sharks tease you.
IGN - Like most critics out there, as the year comes to an end, I craft a Best/Worst list to suggest to friends, family and readers. As usual, I would crown two "Worst Of" winners – one award to the most genuinely terrible movie of the year (the Epic Fail award), and one award to the best worst movie of the year, a film so bad it actually works as a straight-faced comedy. A few years back, I gave a title to my best worst award: the Golden Wicker Man, in honor of the Nicolas Cage fiasco. (The one where he punches a lady while wearing a bear suit).