Lovers of independent micro budget crazy animal based horror movies listen up. Entre Snow Shark.
In 1999, a team of animal biologists investigating a rash of wildlife killings disappeared in the lonely woods near a small town. Years later, a local resident claims to have killed a prehistoric carnivorous creature living in the snow. Now, someone – or something – is making lunch of the locals.
As curiosity-seekers and crypto zoologists descend on the small town, drawn by the legend of the Snow Shark, Mark – sole survivor of an earlier attack – an armed and dangerous posse head into a deadly battle.
Dive into Snow Shark, the outrageous and spine-tingling tale of the world’s greatest predator, frozen for thousands of years, freed by an earthquake, and really, really hungry.
Crazy animal attack movie popularity seems to be at an all-time high. You can no longer turn on the Syfy channel without seeing the latest in a long line of prehistoric awakened or horrifically mutated monster animals munch their way through whatever ill-fated town or city they happen upon first. The latest reason to not venture out of your house? Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast!!
The main premise seems to be that an earth quake awakens a large and really pissed off shark that loves the taste of long-pig (or people, for you none Supernatural fans). But, unlike most other sharks who respect the laws of nature, this one swims through the snow.
Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast hits the shops on DVD and to download on the 11th December 2012 and features a wide array of “talent”:-
The first (and proudly micro-budget) feature film from 26-year-old writer-director Sam Qualiana, who may be best known to indie horror fans as the lead in PORKCHOP II: RISE OF THE RIND, received support from a variety of independent genre veterans: producer Richard Chizmar (Cemetery Dance Publications), award-winning horror novelist and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson (SLIME CITY MASSACRE), Michael Gesel, Michael Faust and John Maclay. Brett Piper (SHOCK-O-RAMA) and Mark Polonia (SPLATTER BEACH) tackled post-production, and creature FX were supplied by John Renna and Arick Szymecki and Andrew Lavin of Anomaly FX.
So if you have seen such classics as Sharktopus, Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, Mongolian Death Worm, Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, Birdemic, Piranhaconda, Frankenfish, Piranha 3D, Piranha 3DD or The Note Book than you will love this. Go and give it a try.