HORROR SHARK aka BLOOD BITE (2020) Reviews and free to watch online

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Horror Shark is a 2020 Chinese 3D film about a swimmer and a marine paradise trainer who accidentally fall into a huge conspiracy. Released in the US as Blood Bite

Written and directed by Wang Liang, the movie stars Fang Lishen, Zhou Wietong, Meng-sheng Shen, Wen Dongjun, Wang Liang, Ziqing Liu and Tara Clance.

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“There are any number of moments, where we found ourselves rolling our eyes at the idiocy of this one – either the technical shortcomings or the actions of the characters. I think we achieved peak roll when someone tried to take out the lead shark with a harpoon gun, then tripped, somehow managing to wrap the trail rope around her neck and almost strangle herself to death. If the shark really wanted to kill these people, I think it could just have waited, and they’d have taken care of themselves in fairly short order.” Rating: D- Film Blitz

Released in the US as Blood Bite. Rent or buy via Amazon Prime

Original title:
Xue sha

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