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Marina Monster (2008)

Earl Molar, an employee at the Center for Inland Waters, is puzzled by the recent an inexplicable depletion of fish from his local marina. As the annual "Around The Bay" sailing race draws ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Earl Molar
Michelle LaHaise ...
Oceanna Anchor
Ray Kohler ...
Drip Molar
Sandee Jonasson-Kohler ...
Sandee Molar
Andre Ciere ...
Skip Anchor
Barbara Owen ...
Lulu Anchor
Ilene Elkaim ...
Lola Dent
Tracy Mewhort-Buist ...
Zena Waters (as Tracy Anne Mewhort-Buist)
Scott Broe ...
Surf Toe
Derrek Peels ...
Rusty Winch
Bev Mattson ...
Kitty Devine
Sondra Learn ...
Aqua Foam
Josh Green ...
Stiff Mast
Alan Harrington ...
Limp Eel
Lisa Hiemstra ...
Bibby Rigger

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Earl Molar, an employee at the Center for Inland Waters, is puzzled by the recent an inexplicable depletion of fish from his local marina. As the annual "Around The Bay" sailing race draws nearer, however, Earl discovers that the culprit behind the shortage of fish is, in fact, a deadly bull shark brought to the marina by a freighter. Furthermore, Earl's life is complicated by his love for the lovely Oceana Anchor and the meddling of newspaper reporter Lola Dent, who is investigating the finances of Earl's father, Drip. To make matters worse, Earl discovers that Drip is depending upon the prize money from the race to pay off his massive debts. Now Earl and the love of his life, Oceana, must try to convince their parents, the owners of two local feuding yacht clubs, to listen to their warnings about the now hungry teenage bull shark and stop the vicious attacks before they become its victims! Written by Echelon Studios

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Don't go in the water!


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27 May 2008 (USA)  »

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Two Low-Budget Shockers
29 October 2010 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Sharp Teeth (2006) Marina Monster (2008)

BOMB (out of 4)

There's no question that these two movies are downright horrid on all levels but at the same time you have to tip your hat to anyone who is able to get a movie made. SHARP TEETH and it's semi-follow up MARINA MONSTER are both direct-to-video and it's doubtful many people will have heard of them.

SHARP TEETH begins as some sort of toxic gets into a lake where of course the little fishies eat it causing them to grow into big fishies and then eat humans. MARINA MONSTER has a brief introduction telling us that angry sharks are growing tired of the ocean so they are now traveling into fresh waters where they're getting very hungry and willing to eat anything. In our film it's a bull shark that finds its way into a lake.

There's really not too much to either one of these films and when you discuss one you could pretty much be killing two birds with one stone. Both films were shot on an obviously low budget and it appears most of the actors were probably just friends or people wanting to say they were involved with a film. Needless to say the performances in both films are pretty bad and none of them are even remotely good. The biggest problem with both films is that there's a very strange sense of humor going on. At first I wasn't sure if the director was just spoofing low-budget movies but the added sound effects just became too annoying and they were never funny. SHARP TEETH has the annoying habit of getting close ups of women's breasts (in their clothing of course) and this isn't sexy and in fact it's the one time where I didn't want to see any more. The violence in both films is pretty much off camera as we never really get to see anything but this is expected due to the budget. I must admit that I enjoyed MARINA MONSTER a tad bit more because of the shark they use in the water. The thing is obviously fake but what's funny is that the thing couldn't be any more than a foot in length.

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