Fan of Corman creature features? What about Mega Vs. flicks? Been wanting to catch up with "Defiance"? Well, this coming Memorial Day weekend, Syfy has you covered on all counts!
Syfy and Korean monsters, machine-gun-toting Japanese schoolgirls, and some re-releases are the topics of this week's horror titles.
With the DVD and Blu-ray release date of next Tuesday, April 26th, for Anchor Bay Entertainment's Dinoshark rapidly approaching, we got our teeth into a new clip, this one focusing on the water polo attack that takes place in the film.
Excited about Roger Corman's Dinoshark crashing onto home video? Well maybe these two clips from the Blu-ray/DVD special features will be enough to chum the waters for you! Dig in! From the Press Release
Japanese submarine slammed two torpedoes into our side, Chief. We was comin' back from the island of Tinian to Leyte ... just delivered the bomb. The Hiroshima bomb. Eleven hundred men went into the water. Vessel went down in 12 minutes. Didn't see the first shark for about a half an hour. Dino. 100-footer. From the Press Release
Y'all know me. Know how I earn a livin'. I'll catch this bird for you, but it ain't gonna be easy. Bad fish. Not like going down the pond chasin' bluegills and tommycods. This Dinoshark, swallow you whole. I don't want no volunteers, I don't want no mates, there's just too many captains on this island. Blu-ray and DVD for me by myself.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Eric Balfour, Iva Hasperger, Aaron Diaz, Humberto Busto, Roger Corman Directed by Kevin O'Neill
During the Oscars ten movies were nominated for best picture, and none of them strikes me as a motion picture that will stand the test of time and be remembered as anything truly great. Is it too late for a write-in vote to retroactively award this year's Best Picture Oscar to The Dark Knight or Gran Torino or even go all the way back and give either Jaws, Star Wars, or Raiders of the Lost Ark the high honor they richly deserved? Screw the Oscars, I say. Give me Dinoshark!
Want to know what the titular monster of Roger Corman's Dinoshark looks like? Want to know how and why a shark gets genetically crossed with an octopus in Corman's forthcoming Sharktopus? Don't deny it. You know you do. Just read on.
Just yesterday you heard the news that legendary b-movie maestro Roger Corman is going to produce Sharktopus. But before that shark/octopus hybrid comes into fruition, there's the matter of Dinoshark, the prehistoric monster shark flick he produced. A premiere date is finally set, and I am sure you will be shocked to know Syfy is where you can see it.
You can always count on Roger Corman to bring his b-game to the creature feature genre. The filmmaking legend who has graced us in recent years with Dinocroc (review) and its unofficial sequel Supergator (review) is about to unleash a Dinoshark upon an unsuspecting public.