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Official Trailer for Bait 3D Swims In





While we're still waiting patiently for Anchor Bay to chum the waters with a release date, the official trailer for Bait 3D has surfaced like a shark's fin breaking the surface! Check it out and hold on to your limbs!

From the Press Release
Anchor Bay Films acquired North American distribution rights to Bait 3D, Australia’s first 3D action film. The suspenseful shark attack/horror film stars Xavier Samuel, Sharni Vinson, Singaporean stars Adrian Pang and Qi Yuwu, Phoebe Tonkin, Dan Wyllie and Julian McMahon. Bait 3D was produced by Gary Hamilton, Todd Fellman and Peter Barber.

“Bait in 3D is the ultimate shark thrill ride that will make you think twice about getting back in the water,” said Kevin Kasha, Executive Vice President, Acquisitions and Co-Productions for Anchor Bay Films.

In a sleepy beach community, shoppers at an underground supermarket are terrorized by a crazed bandit when the unimaginable occurs: A monstrous freak tsunami swallows the town. Now trapped, with rushing water threatening to entomb them in a watery grave, the survivors discover they are chum for a pack of hungry great white sharks.

The deal was negotiated by Kasha, Josh Thomashow and Marc Barson for Anchor Bay Films; Gary Hamilton, Chris Perry and Mike Gabrawy on behalf of Arclight.

For more check out the official Bait 3D Facebook Page.

Official Trailer for Bait 3D Swims In

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James Coker's picture

Im keeping my fingers crossed too guys, lets hope we actually get a good shark movie on our hands


Submitted by James Coker on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 2:40am.

I cant believe it. After all these years a shark movie that looks interesting and possibly frightening. I was never impressed by the Jaws movies, Deep Blue Sea, or the ever terrible Shark Night. Its about time.


Submitted by JB Demented on Tue, 05/15/2012 - 6:37pm.
Cinemascribe's picture

"I was never impressed by the Jaws movies, Deep Blue Sea, or the ever terrible Shark Night. Its about time."

Okay..this isn't an attempt to troll or an attack on you, JB Demented. I just want to establish that before I proceed. I'm being entirely serious.

While I can absolutely understand dismissing the other films you mentioned and even the Jaws sequels, if the original JAWS didn't do it for you, you should probably just forget the aquatic predator horror movie sub-genre and seek your scares elsewhere,man, because chances are nothing is ever going to work for you.

No shark film has -in over thirty-five years- managed to be as effective in terms of either outright thrills or a strong, character driven narrative as Jaws is. It isn't looking too likely that any of them are going to pull it off in the near future, either. In fact, I'll go so far as to say that an experience reasonably akin to the one provided by Jaws is pretty much what most people are still looking for in a new shark film .

Put simply, Jaws is the best Man vs Nature horror film ever made.


Submitted by Cinemascribe on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 3:37am.

I agree completely. I saw Jaws roughly 14 years ago and it shocked me to my core. Now I'm 24 years old and I STILL don't want to swim in the ocean! That's how strong of an effect it had on me.


Submitted by LSD Zombie on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 4:19am.
aliensharkboy's picture

PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE be a decent movie! I can't handle anymore disapointing shark movies!


Submitted by aliensharkboy on Tue, 05/15/2012 - 5:21pm.
Gareth Jones's picture

I echo this sentiment wholeheartedly. Looks pretty entertaining judging by the trailer. Fingers crossed!


Submitted by Gareth Jones on Tue, 05/15/2012 - 6:04pm.

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