100-Word Review: “Shark Night: 3D”

Shark Night 3-D is a Palestinian kitchen sink drama about a disabled woman’s attempts to– oh of course it’s not. It’s sexy college students getting eaten by sharks at a Louisiana island home. Director David R. Ellis called this more of a throwback to 80s horror (rather than a more tongue-in-cheek Piranha 3D approach) but the only thing reminiscent of those days is the uninventive killing, stupidity of the main cast, the sense that he’s jumping on a bandwagon a year too late, and – SERIOUSLY – an intensely stupid group of characters. Ditch this dross and watch You’re Next.

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About alfla

Playwright, screenwriter, sometime improv enthusiast and full-time television lover. You know, in THAT way.
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2 Responses to 100-Word Review: “Shark Night: 3D”

  1. Gilly Gillard says:

    i wasted 15 dollars on this shit. i could have bought a pitcher with that. damn you shark night 3d!

  2. Pingback: 100-Word Review: “The Innkeepers” | [ par·al·lel·e·vi·sion ]

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