February 12, 2014


If you missed the social media sensation that was Sharknado, congratulations; you’re one of the lucky ones.  The rest of us were subjected to awful special effects and equally laughable acting in a campy “so bad it’s (not really any) good” natural disaster flick that found thousands of sharks flung into a flooded Los Angeles.  Original stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid return to combat the farcical force of nature in Sharknado 2: The Second One, which will also star: Vivica A. Fox as Fin’s (Ziering) old high school friend, Skye; Mark McGrath as Fin’s brother-in-law; Kelly Osbourne as a flight attendant;  Andy Dick as a police officer; Judah Friedlander as Brian, and poor Judd Hirsch as the taxi driver, of course.  Production begins next week as the Sharknado preps to hit New York City.  Look for the sequel sometime this July.  (Via Deadline)

  • tarek

    Stupidity has no end.
    They have gone farther in the stupidity with Avalanche sharks.

  • tarek

    Stupidity has no end.
    They have gone farther in the stupidity with Avalanche sharks.

  • Jason

    really? Judd Hirsch? jaja, ho boy

  • herpderp

    Andy Dick… we are taking this shit to a whole new level

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  • TimeTravelMan

    Maybe if the sequel was shown like a week after the original people would probably care

  • Lucas Accardo

    They never get this kind of stuff right. This movies came out always just plain awful with no redeeming value whatsoever, or too campy , too tongue in cheek, over done to make sure that everyone get’ s that the “bad” is intentional. Most of the times they are just that, bad.

  • LEM

    When you actually try to make it so bad it’s funny it never works.

  • somejackball

    no more movies to remake, so now we get this crud, no thanks!!

  • kilar

    When mainstream media jumps on a bandwagon several years too late you get a sequel to designer crap.

  • kilar

    Sharknado 2, for when you run out of animals to randomally splice together on a $5000 budget.