Last month Syfy and The Asylum revealed that Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will reprise their roles as Fin and April in the eagerly awaited Sharknado sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One. Today more familiar faces have joined the fracas.
They’re back – and shark happens! Syfy and The Asylum today announced that Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will reprise their roles as Fin and April in the eagerly awaited Sharknado sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One.
The Sharknado juggernaut is carving out a path of destruction at this year's AFM, and we have the first good look at the artwork for Sharknado 2: The Second One RIGHT HERE!
Before Sharknado madness took over, it was first mentioned in a film named Red Clover a long while ago when it aired on Syfy as Leprechaun's Revenge. Now Clover is hitting DVD, and we have a clip on tap and ready for you!
Though it's been well over a month since the film premiered on Syfy and took the nation by storm, Sharknado fever is showing no signs of slowing down, and the shark-infested tornado is once again headed back to the big screen. But where it plays is all up to YOU!
In just one week Syfy is going back to the Sharknado well and teaming its juggernaut film with the premiere of Ghost Shark. Check out the combo promo for the August 22nd event here!
And the Sharknado juggernaut continues as Syfy and The Asylum have just officially announced Sharknado 2: The Second One. Go ahead... read on for details... you know you want to. It's okay, really!
We haven’t had a lot of free time lately, and that means you’re going to need a lot of free time to digest this nearly three-hour installment of Dinner for Fiends. If you think this episode is long, just wait until you hear how contentious it gets.
And the Sharknado juggernaut continues as Syfy, The Asylum, and Earthbound announce a Sharknado merchandising program that includes t-shirts, bags, posters, accessories, costumes, gaming, and more!
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.
That's right, kids! Before Sharknado madness took over, it was first mentioned in a film named Red Clover a long while ago. Now that flick is finally headed to DVD. Check out the details and artwork!
Zombies, vampires and werewolves, oh my! Classic monsters are always a good way for horror filmmakers to go, but sometimes we see more... unique... beasties on the screen. And when they go well (and even when they don't), they're some of the most memorable characters in the genre.
Syfy is riding high on "Shark-Mentum" in the wake of its Sharknado phenomenon, and on August 22nd they're going back to the well with Ghost Shark. Curious? Check out these three new sneak peeks.
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!
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!