OUIJA SHARK 2 (2022) Reviews of comedy horror, plus trailer

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Ouija Shark 2 is a 2022 comedy horror film written, directed by and starring John Migliore. It is allegedly a sequel to Ouija Shark (2020) though that film did have at least a few fun moments.

A team-up between Wild Eye Releasing and Survival Zombie Films, the Ouija Shark follow-up sees John Migliore from the first film revive his shield-slinging shark fighter dad Anthony, as well as taking over directing duties for the film.


Also reprising their roles from the original film are Kylie Gough (as Illyana) and Simon Wheeldon (as Caldura). Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith appears as a mysterious new character named Cressida.

The movie also stars Simon Wheeldon, Lena Montecalvo, Jay MacAulay, Sabrina Migliore, Emmalene Pruden, Nicholas Migliore, Somer Bettles, Rachél Hopkins, Thea Munster, Mike Trebilcock, Sam Squid Farrauto, Jim Ordolis, Luke Meneok, Nick Scime, Caroline Scime, Austin Scime, Karen Burson, Mark Adamson, Adam James Pearson, Andre Guantanamo and Troma’s head honcho Lloyd Kaufman.

Mike Trebilcock and Semetary Spawn also provided the movie’s dramatic score as well as some new songs for the film.


Migliore also penned the sequels’ script, and previously directed Creature from Cannibal Creek (2019), Exorcism of the Dead (2017) and Poltergeist Encounters (2016). Previously, he said: “The world of Ouija Shark is steeped in both fantasy and the occult, making almost anything possible. I’m looking forward to providing more than a few surprises.”


“We feel in John Migliore a desire to have fun, to share his delirium with the spectators, but also a certain love of cinema (until now, in a totally unexpected way, The Seventh Seal!). If the first Ouija Shark ultimately remained quite sensible, its sequel explodes absolutely everything in its path, and clearly is intended to become cult, with the famous Mystic Shield as a rallying sign for fans.” Horreur.com [translated from French]

“There is a charm in the low-budget workaround for a kaiju battle, yet it feels fleeting amidst the tiresome nonsense. For a film which has a low-budget Doctor Strange fighting tiny goggle-wearing apes in hell, it is disappointingly dull stuff. As the ending tries setting up further adventures, it is difficult to feel emotions greater than a defeated sigh.” 1 out of 5, Nerdly

|While it’s hardly a film you could call plot-driven, Migliore’s script does give Ouija Shark 2 a bit more depth than the usual look at this bad effect, now check out this stupid joke, approach of many of these films. And that may be why I enjoyed it more than I usually enjoy films like this because there was something to it beyond the same self-referential mockery many films like Cocaine Shark and Toxic Shark deliver.” 3.5 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony

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