SHARK EXORCIST is another bandwagon-jumping monster flick. It seems B-movie film-makers these days have realised that anything involving a shark sells well, so you get films about robot sharks, giant sharks, ghost sharks, you name it. The premise for this one is quite literally JAWS meets THE EXORCIST, but if you're looking for a genuine B-movie then you've come to the wrong place.<br/><br/>This is a homemade movie, and the most expensive thing about the film is the camera - this admittedly looks great in high definition. It's unfortunate, then, that's there's no real film or story here, just a bunch of scenes involving young women wandering around in bikinis and showing off their tanned bodies. The action plot incidents that make up the story occupy about five minutes of screen time tops and the rest is just padding.<br/><br/>There's no nudity or gore, so this really does fail as an exploitation movie. The shark scenes involve just a few snippets of CGI which is neither here nor there. Unsurprisingly the acting from the young female cast is dreadful and quite embarrassing for the viewer to sit through. The nadir of the film is when the characters attend a fairground and wander around for ten minutes doing nothing. And once the credits roll you get not one but two tacked-on scenes of more aimless wandering just to pad out the running time. SHARK EXORCIST is a film that makes SHARKNADO look like CITIZEN KANE.
Action / Comedy
Action / Comedy
A demonic nun summons Satan to a small fishing village, where he takes over the bodies of a great white shark and a young woman. A chain reaction of evil grips the tiny community as shredded bodies wash ashore. A Catholic priest arrives, and he must fight both teeth and temptation on land and sea in order to send these man-killers back to Hell before the tide comes in for good!
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