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Hawaiian Horrors Swim to Shore in Makua Charley





Hawaiian Horrors Swim to Shore in Makua CharleyWould you believe me if I told you that a new movie about a human/shark hybrid is headed our way, and the folks over at Syfy have absolutely nothing to do with it? Because that's precisely what I'm here to tell you.

Makua Charley has just wrapped production and is about to embark on a festival run. Take a bite out of the plot crunch and trailer below.

Written and directed by Albert J. Cloutier and Jayne Cloutier, the flick stars Chenoa Hope, Jordan, Ashley Nohelani, Naoko Yamaguchi, Cass Higgins, D. Tafa'i Silipa, Cecilia Brown and sexy Argentinean model Caro Saulny.

Synopsis
Young and innocent Karen Palmer visits Hawaii and is seduced by a charming local man who sometimes turns into a shark-man and might want to eat her.

Folks are disappearing from the Waikiki Youth Hostel in the heart of Honolulu. When young Karen Palmer visits for a two-week vacation, she meets a handsome and charming local boy named Charley. He promises to show her some sights "off the normal tourist path." Karen finds herself irresistibly drawn to her mysterious tour guide. When her two new friends, Mona and Lester, warn her that there is something fishy about Charley, Karen ignores their advice. She falls deeply under the spell of Charley's good looks and suave island charm. Unfortunately, Charley is the embodiment of an ancient Polynesian curse, and he's torn between his basic human nature and his predatory killer instincts. "Makua Charley" is a feeding frenzy of horror set amidst the gently swaying palm trees of idyllic Hawaii. In this paradise turned to hell, the scent of fresh spilled blood is carried on a tropical breeze.

Makua Charley

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aliensharkboy's picture

"Would you believe me if I told you that a new movie about a human/shark hybrid is headed our way, and the folks over at Syfy have absolutely nothing to do with it?" <--- well, yeah. Am I the only one who remembers the Peter Benchley movie from 1998, also dealing with a shark/man hybrid? I believe it was called Creature. And it boasted one of the coolest movie monsters I've ever seen... I will defend it for that reason alone.

Otherwise, that trailer was incredibly painful to sit through, and I shan't be watching this movie. I'd much prefer grinding a cheese grater against my forehead, while tea-bagging a bear trap, than ever giving this movie a second thought.


Submitted by aliensharkboy on Sat, 09/07/2013 - 7:02am.

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