‘Dinosaur from the deep’
Jurassic Shark – aka Attack of the Jurassic Shark – is a 2012 Canadian action horror monster film directed by Brett Kelly. It stars Emanuelle Carriere, Christine Emes, and Celine Filion.
When an oil company unwittingly unleash a prehistoric shark from its icy prison, the Jurassic killer maroons a group of art thieves and a group of beautiful young college students on an abandoned piece of land.
The two opposing groups are forced to do what they can to survive or become food for the not-quite-extinct shark…
“Well, they will keep on churning out these ultra low budget monster flicks, and while many of them have considerable Z-movie charm, the odd few come through that pretty much have nothing going for them. Jurassic Shark is bordering on this: it’s only real saving grace is that there is clearly no intent here to actually make a good film, and the ladies are good looking!” Matt Wavish, Horror Cult Films
“When a shark film is so bad it makes Raging Sharks look like Jaws, you know you’ve reached rock bottom. To call Jurassic Shark a feeble effort would do that word a disservice. I honestly cannot believe that something as amateurish as this actually managed to get a DVD release. Even more unbelievable in the fact that chumps like me paid to see it.” Andrew Smith, Popcorn Pictures
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