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.
Three new clips for the latest Syfy original film featuring a giant mutant something or other, Sharktopus, have made a splash online, and we have every drippy suction cupped second of them for you. So what's it all about? Hold on to your asses, folks! We've got a live one here!
The trailer for the latest Syfy original film featuring a giant mutant something or other, Sharktopus, has made a splash online, and we have ever drippy second of it for you. So what's it all about? Hold on to your asses, folks! We've got a live one here!
It's not often you see an image of a scantily clad female covered in a bodily fluid being menaced by a large purple-ish tentacle and it turns out to not be hentai related. But that's what you'll see in all its bloody glory in this first official image from Roger Corman's next creature feature Sharktopus.
Since news broke that recent honorary Oscar winner Roger Corman and Syfy were teaming up to gift the world with a motion picture about a half-shark/half-octopus oceanic killing machine gone wild, Sharktopus-mania has engulfed the World Wide Web. Now comes news that a former Oscar nominee has signed on to star.
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.
In a move that no doubt has our own Foywonder writhing with anticipation, word came down on Twitter (a strangely viable source of news) today letting fans know that Roger Corman's long rumored monster movie Sharktopus is that much closer to becoming a reality.