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Sharknado Hits Viewership Highs in Third Airing

I'm not sure what it is about Sharknado, but we can't get enough of it. And neither, apparently, can the rest of America! Check out these stats from its third airing on Syfy.

Sharknado Goes Theatrical!

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the theatre... in an unprecedented move by the Syfy Channel, the madness of their surprise juggernaut hit Sharknado is going theatrical. Yes, you read that right. Somewhere out there right now... angels are high-fiving!

Syfy Giving You Two More Chances to See Sharknado Before the Onslaught of Sharknado 2

The Sharknado Feeding Frenzy continued on Syfy when the film's encore telecast on July 18 jumped 38% in total viewers, 29% in Adults 25-54, and 24% in Adults 18-49 versus the premiere on July 11. If you missed it once again, you have two more chances to right that wrong!

Sharknado 2 Is a Go; Help Name It and Celebrate with this New Sharknado Remix

Can anything put a stop to the Sharknado madness? Not if Syfy has anything to do with it! Part 2 is on the way, and you can help name it! Celebrate with us by dancing along with this new remix video!

Exclusive: The Origins of Anthony C. Ferrante's Sharknado Discovered in a Previous Syfy Film

We know our stuff when it comes to horror movies. From the indie bizarre to the Hollywood blockbuster, we've got this stuff covered. We are also ridiculously happy about all the mainstream media coverage of Sharknado. But did you know this is not the first on-screen Sharknado sighting?

More Sharknado Clips to Carry You Through the Weekend

Did you miss the boat and are now wondering what the hell all the fuss is about re Sharknado from Syfy and The Asylum? Well, you can get a taste of the insanity via this pair of clips and decide if you'll be tuning in on Thursday, July 18th, for the flick's encore presentation.

Syfy Eying a Sharknado Sequel after Last Night's Social Media Snarknado; Repeat Airing Happening Next Week

Who would have imagined that an Asylum/Syfy movie about tornadoes full of sharks would become one of the biggest pop culture sensations of the year? Not surprising, Syfy is already considering unleashing a second Sharknado.

Internet Caught in a Wave of Sharknado Madness

Know what's cool? We've been singing the praises of Sharknado for weeks now, and finally the rest of the world seems to be catching up in a big-ass hurry! It's like being on the cutting edge of a butter knife! Check out some of the Internet's finest slivers of flying shark madness....

Sing Along With The Ballad of Sharknado

If you're not planning on seeing Pacific Rim tonight, then you had better be tuning in to the Syfy majesty that is Sharknado. Failure to do either of the aforementioned tasks will cost you a completely unrecoverable amount of cool points.

Almost Red Band Sharknado Trailer Comes Whirling In

A red band trailer for The Asylum’s masterpiece Sharknado has arrived in promotion of the film’s July 11th Syfy premiere, and it's home to your chance to check out some of the majesty that awaits you in just a few short hours. Watch it now!

Sharknado Trailer Barely Scratches the Surface of its Divine Madness

The first trailer for The Asylum’s masterpiece Sharknado has finally arrived. Technically, it’s a 30-second spot for the film’s July 11th Syfy premiere. The world gets Sharknado and Pacific Rim all in a span of 48 hours. What a time to be alive!

Sharknado (2013)

Starring Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, John Heard, Cassie Scerbo, and lots and lots of sharks flying at you from every direction

Tara Reid, a 90210 Hunk, and a C.H.U.D. Star to Brave the Sharknado

Tara Reid starring in an Asylum movie about a tornado filled with hungry sharks? Why am I not surprised? Read on to find out which stars of “Beverly Hills 90210” and the cult classic C.H.U.D. will be joining her when Sharknado touches down later this year.

Hansel & Gretel (Blu-ray / DVD)

Starring Dee Wallace, Stephanie Greco, Brent Lyric Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante

Exclusive Headless Horseman Clip!

Anthony C. Ferrante’s sophomore directorial effort, Headless Horseman (review), is on DVD stands as you read this, so Ferrante and crew are making sure the horror community knows about it.