Syfy Eying a Sharknado Sequel after Last Night's Social Media Snarknado; Repeat Airing Happening Next Week
Who would have imagined that an Asylum/Syfy movie about tornadoes full of sharks would become one of the biggest pop culture sensations of the year? Not surprising, Syfy is already considering unleashing a second Sharknado.
Know what's cool? We've been singing the praises of Sharknado for weeks now, and finally the rest of the world seems to be catching up in a big-ass hurry! It's like being on the cutting edge of a butter knife! Check out some of the Internet's finest slivers of flying shark madness....
If you're not planning on seeing Pacific Rim tonight, then you had better be tuning in to the Syfy majesty that is Sharknado. Failure to do either of the aforementioned tasks will cost you a completely unrecoverable amount of cool points.
A red band trailer for The Asylum’s masterpiece Sharknado has arrived in promotion of the film’s July 11th Syfy premiere, and it's home to your chance to check out some of the majesty that awaits you in just a few short hours. Watch it now!
The first trailer for The Asylum’s masterpiece Sharknado has finally arrived. Technically, it’s a 30-second spot for the film’s July 11th Syfy premiere. The world gets Sharknado and Pacific Rim all in a span of 48 hours. What a time to be alive!
Tara Reid starring in an Asylum movie about a tornado filled with hungry sharks? Why am I not surprised? Read on to find out which stars of “Beverly Hills 90210” and the cult classic C.H.U.D. will be joining her when Sharknado touches down later this year.
Filmmaker Thunder Levin dropped a line alerting me that The Asylum has unveiled the trailer for his Costa Rican-lensed science fiction action thriller AE: Apocalypse Earth starring TV “Highlander” Adrian Paul and former teen heartthrob Richard Grieco.
Asylum Filmmaker Thunder Levin Dishes on his Sci-Fi Epic AE Apocalypse Earth and the Astounding Sharknado
It was last summer when I interviewed Asylum filmmaker Thunder Levin before the release of his litigious and surprisingly superior Battleship mockbuster American Warships.
The tagline on the artwork The Asylum is using to promote its newest movie at the American Film Market simply states, “Enough Said!” When your movie is a disaster flick meets nature gone amok flick called Sharknado, what more needs to be said?
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring C. Thomas Howell, Tyshawn Bryant, Rachel Montez Collins, Johanna Watts, Robert Wu, Gregory Allan Williams Directed by Thunder Levin