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Spring Break Shark Attack
     

Spring Break Shark Attack

Director: Paul W. Shapiro

Cast: Kathy Baker, Bryan Brown, Shannon Lucio

 
A school of ravenous tiger sharks turn a spring break celebration into a frenzied bloodbath, and the only way to survive is to stay away from the beach in a sun-soaked tale of iron-jawed terror starring Shannon Lucio, Kathy Baker, Riley Smith, and Bryan

Overview

A school of ravenous tiger sharks turn a spring break celebration into a frenzied bloodbath, and the only way to survive is to stay away from the beach in a sun-soaked tale of iron-jawed terror starring Shannon Lucio, Kathy Baker, Riley Smith, and Bryan Brown. The hard-partying college coeds aren't the only ones hitting the Florida beach this spring break, and as the keg gets tapped and the beer begins to flow, a school of hungry tiger sharks prepares to move in for the kill. With a virtual buffet of tasty teenage flesh to satisfy their bottomless appetites, the crafty, water-bound killers soon commence to turning the blue waters of the beach blood red. Now forced to fight for their lives against an unrelenting onslaught of unimaginable horror, a group of desperate coeds attempts to put their higher education to the test and outsmart nature's perfect predator.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Leave it to CBS to deliver such an ingenious idea of pitting spring-break teens against sharks to form this desperate stab at movie-of-the-week entertainment. To its credit, there's plenty of fun to be had with Spring Break Shark Attack -- unfortunately, most of it comes at the end of the flick. The majority of this TV movie is filled with teen dramatics that span from roofies to no-good, cheating mates who'd rather film Girls Gone Wild videos than hit the party town with their bikini-clad lovey-dovey from back home. By the time the sharks show up in full, the flick kicks into welcoming overdriven stupidity as the fin population explodes while the teen populace tail-dives into the bloody ocean. Thankfully, the filmmakers were able to spring for at least one fake shark that is used for all the money shots, including the windsurfer dude who skis directly into an open-mouthed killer-shark dummy. Hilarious simply to see the multitudes of fins that couldn't possibly be passing each other that closely, Spring Break Shark Attack is escapist fun that would have benefited from a bit more sex and blood, though it deserves kudos for even being greenlit to show on network TV in the first place.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/14/2006
UPC:
0097368892149
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
Paramount
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
34,260

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kathy Baker Mary
Bryan Brown Joel
Shannon Lucio Danielle
Riley Smith Shane
Justin Baldoni JT
Bianca Lishansky Karen
Genevieve Howard Alicia
Wayne Thornley Charlie
Mehboob Bawa Prof. Wellington
Wayne Harrison Peter
Miguel Borges Beach Patrol Captain

Technical Credits
Paul W. Shapiro Director
Ted Babcock Co-producer
Leslie Belzberg Producer
Micky Blythe Editor
Michael Brierley Cinematographer
Susan Glicksman Casting
J.J. Jamieson Executive Producer
James LaRosa Screenwriter
Danny Lux Score Composer
Birrie Le Roux Production Designer
Peter Sadowski Producer
Robert Sertner Executive Producer
David Wicht Executive Producer
Frank Von Zerneck Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Spring Break Shark Attack
1. Get the Party Started [8:35]
2. Business Is Good [8:07]
3. Up in the Club [8:34]
4. Warning [6:46]
5. Get Together [6:41]
6. Drugged [11:32]
7. Out on the Water [4:49]
8. Escape [5:22]
9. Confrontation [4:55]
10. Strange Discovery [5:25]
11. Shark Infested [5:14]
12. Come and Get It [5:12]
13. Going Under Water [4:21]
14. Back at Last [2:51]

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