2-Headed Shark Attack

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A group of terrified college students escape to an abandoned reef after their ship comes under attack from a mutated shark, then fight for their lives as the waters begin to rise, and the beast comes back for seconds.
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Overview

A group of terrified college students escape to an abandoned reef after their ship comes under attack from a mutated shark, then fight for their lives as the waters begin to rise, and the beast comes back for seconds.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/31/2012
  • UPC: 686340259751
  • Original Release: 2012
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  • Source: Asylum Home Ent
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charlie O'Connell Professor Babish
Carmen Electra Anne
Brooke Hogan Kate
Lauren Perez Jamie
Shannan Stewart Lyndsey
Mercedes Young Liza
David Gallegos Paul
Technical Credits
Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray Director
Paul Bales Co-producer
Stuart Brereton Cinematographer
Edward Deruiter Original Story
Alexis Forte Costumes/Costume Designer
H. Perry Horton Screenwriter
David Michael Latt Producer
Rob Pallatina Editor
Chris Ridenhour Score Composer
David Rimawi Executive Producer
Alexa Roland Production Designer
Haley Trifiro Makeup
Eric Wilson Makeup
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

     Creature features aren't supposed to be great. They're absurd a

     Creature features aren't supposed to be great. They're absurd and silly. I laugh at the reviews from those who complain about plot holes, bad acting, and C. G. I. affects. That's what a creature feature is.

    This has Carmen Electra flaunting her still flawless figure, or clinging to Charlie O' Connell who played her husband. These 2 are in charge of an entire class of swimsuit clad, gorgeous, co-eds. It also threw in an absurd shark, a tropical island, and a yacht.

    For fans of this type of movie it's a lot of fun.

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