JURASSIC SHARK: AQUAPOCALYPSE (2021) Review of shark sequel



‘The second time’s the chum’

Jurassic Shark: Aquapocalypse is a 2021 American action horror film about a prehistoric Megalodon that has returned to the surface. The huge shark terrorises a group of oil rig workers and members of a local fishing village. Also known as Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse

The movie is a belated sequel to Brett Kelly‘s Jurassic Shark (2012).

Directed and edited by Mark Polonia (Noah’s Shark; Sharkula; Virus Shark; Return to Splatter FarmGhost of Camp BloodBigfoot vs. ZombiesFeeders; et al) from a screenplay written by Aaron Drake [his only credit – a pseudonym for Mark Polonia perhaps?].

The Polonia Brothers production stars Jamie Morgan, Jeff Kirkendall, Tim Hatch, James Carolus, Kathryn Sue Young, Titus Himmelberger, Nico Bryant, James Kelly, Natalie Himmelberger, Kate Farber and Mark Polonia.


“The CGI in Jurassic Shark 2 is horrible, even by Mark Polonia standards. The shark looks more like something that swam out of a cheap computer game from the 1990s than anything else […] The exploding oil rig and assorted muzzle flashes are even worse. For a shark attack film, there are damn few shark attacks in Jurassic Shark 2.” Voices from the Balcony

Technical details:

70 minutes


The film’s copyright date is 2019.