Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus is a 2010 American monster horror film produced by The Asylum. It stars Jaleel White, Gary Stretch, Robert Picardo, Dylan Vox, Hannah Cowley and Sarah Lieving. The film is a sequel to the 2009 film Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus but contains little of the original cast.
A megalodon battles with a crocosaurus causing massive destruction. The US Army has to try and destroy the havoc-creating monsters…
To promote the film, The Asylum participated in a competition to make the next Doritos commercial for Super Bowl XLV. In the commercial, the Megalodon attacks a naval fleet while Capt. Smalls (Michael Gaglio) asks if anything will satisfy its hunger. Then he hears a crunch and sees the janitor eating a bag of Doritos. In the next scene, a helicopter carries a giant Dorito chip over the ocean. The Megalodon jumps and eats the chip before fleeing from the scene as the whole crew celebrate.
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‘The shark and the croc both do ridiculous and over the top things, which I can’t gleam any enjoyment out of because it’s just not funny. The shark swallowing a submarine, the croc bursting through cliff faces, it’s more than a suspension of disbelief will take you to the point where you have to wonder if The Asylum set out to make these movies so goddamn terrible.’ Ben Riley, I Spit on Your Taste
‘I have nothing against movies that can’t be taken seriously, nothing against any movie, for that matter, as long as it provides entertainment. And this is where Mega Whatsit Vs Massive Thing productions fail. There’s no entertainment to be derived from watching something that is simply bad. Not ‘so-bad-it’s-good’; just bad. Furthermore, there is a wealth of talent in the independent filmmaking world that would give anything to have the budget that was squandered on this non-entity, or even a shot at the distribution it has received.’ Daniel Benson, HorrorTalk