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The Hour of Sharktopus is Almost Upon Us





Saturday, September 25, 2010: A date that will forever go down in movie history as the day the world was graced with a motion picture about a hungry half-shark/half-octopus hybrid unleashed upon the world. Roger Corman produces. Eric Roberts stars. Declan O'Brian directs. Syfy is the channel. 9/8 Central with a midnight replay is the time. You have no excuses for not tuning in. Sharktopus: This is movie history we're talking about.

If you need a further reminder of why you should tune in to Syfy on Saturday night to watch a movie about a shark-octopus mutant bred by the military to combat Somali pirates going haywire and turning a Mexican resort into a buffet, just watch this extended "producer's cut" trailer for Sharktopus.

- The Foywonder

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Genrewriter's picture

Working late but will be able to catch the re-airing at 1 am.


Submitted by Genrewriter on Sat, 09/25/2010 - 2:38am.
Cinemascribe's picture

Say, this really WILL be a memorable day for genre fans, considering Saturday September 23rd 2010 doesn't actually exist. Saturday is Sept.25th. :)

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"I'm saying that I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man...and loved it. But now the dream is over..and the insect is awake." - Seth Brundle


Submitted by Cinemascribe on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 5:01am.
Foywonder's picture

You win this round! ***shakes fist***


Submitted by Foywonder on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 5:37am.
Cinemascribe's picture

LOL! Sorry, Foy. I couldn't resist. The movie does look like all kinds of Roger Corman produced B-movie goodness,though.
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"I'm saying that I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man...and loved it. But now the dream is over..and the insect is awake." - Seth Brundle


Submitted by Cinemascribe on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 11:20pm.

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