SHARK HUNTRESS (2021) Reviews of sci-fi actioner with trailer

 

‘She wants revenge… It wants blood.’

Shark Huntress is a 2021 American drama film about a young female environmentalist who encounters a deadly shark.

Directed by John Riggins from a screenplay co-written by Dustin Alexandre III and Dante Delmare. Produced by Randheer Singh Kalsi, Katrina Grey, Jeffrey Jacquet and Katarina Greguskova.

The Green Apple Productions-Del Mare Pictures-Grey Films co-production stars Katrina Grey (Zombie Infection – Belaban Hidup; Daytime Nightmare; Vampire Reborn; Ghost House; Brutal), Dean Alexandrou, John Buster Flano, Russell Geoffrey Banks, Eve Cerda, Gorden Lewis Rimmer, Zarish Ali, Ting Sue, Bonnie Zellerbach and Randy Kalsi.

Plot:

Sheila (Katrina Grey), an environmentalist venturing into the deep sea to investigate the death of her mother and the billion-dollar plastic industry encounters a shark. She wants revenge… the shark apparently wants blood.

Reviews:

Cast and characters:

Katrina Grey … Sheila
Dean Alexandrou … Dean
John Buster Flano … Guru
Russell Geoffrey Banks … Luca
Eve Cerda … Pam
Gorden Lewis Rimmer … Dive Instructor
Zarish Ali … Lek
Ting Sue … Reporter
Bonnie Zellerbach … Morgue supervisor
Randy Kalsi … Doctor Linenrose
Olga Ondrievskaya … Amanda
Suphatida Srisopon … Fisherwoman
Yan Frame … Shark victim

Technical details:

83 minutes

Trailer:

MOVIES and MANIA says:

Shark Huntress is horrendously awful. It’s mainly delivered in a painfully slow manner and almost every actor spouts their lines as if they were reading them from cue cards. The only plus is the gorgeous locations, haphazardly shot on digital cameras.

The film’s important anti-plastic environmental message is welcome but it’s hammered home so relentlessly with absolutely zero subtlety and dominates the scenario so much it might, unfortunately, alienate waverers who may have been swayed to consider green issues seriously.

Meanwhile, the shark angle is merely a pretext to drag in potential viewers and so anyone who watches this will feel annoyed they have been hoodwinked into wasting their time. We don’t preach to people but perhaps do something positive instead of numbing your brain while watching Shark Huntress and spend a few moments considering supporting Greenpeace instead.

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