SHARKTOPUS (2010) Reviews and overview

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‘50% shark. 50% octopus. 100% deadly’
Sharktopus is a 2010 American science fiction horror film directed by Declan O’Brien and produced by Roger Corman and Julie Corman.

The movie stars Eric Roberts, Sara Malakul Lane, Kerem Bursin, Héctor Jiménez, Liv Boughn, Shandi Finnessey, Peter Nelson, Elgar Horowitz and Greg Norte. Roger Corman has a very brief cameo as a man on a beach.

The success of the film on TV and subsequent DVD release resulted in two sequels: Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda and Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf.

The U.S. Navy commissions a group known as “Blue Water” to genetically engineer a half-shark, half-octopus for combat. During a demonstration off Santa Monica, the Sharktopus escapes the control of its creators and causes mayhem. Hunted by Blue Water and a television crew, the monster attacks numerous beach-goers…

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Sharktopus is a ridiculous film that is a hoot to watch. There’s plenty of jiggle factor for broadcast cable (sadly without any additional items on the home video release), and the premise is just ridiculous enough to make it fun. In the end, it’s nothing but a big, fat B-movie with teeth and tentacles, but were you expecting anything more?” 7M Pictures

“Is Sharktopus a good film? Not really, no. Is it a fun film? Absolutely, and for that reason alone, it’s worth a look.” Den of Geek

” …the best response to this essentially critic-proof monstrosity is articulated by the male adolescent tourist who, on seeing the sharktopus graphically attack one of the performers at an open-air show, is heard to declare, “Dude, that’s awesome!” Eye for Film

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