After debris from an alien spaceship lands in the waters, great white sharks begin terrorizing marine researchers (Corin Nemec, Vanessa Angel, Corbin Bernsen) in the Pacific Ocean.


Danny Lerner


Les Weldon





Cast overview, first billed only:
Corin Nemec ... Dr. Mike Olsen
Vanessa Angel ... Linda Olsen
Corbin Bernsen ... Capt. Riley
Todd Jensen ... Ben Stiles
Elise Muller ... Vera
Binky van Bilderbeek ... Harvey (as Bernard van Bilderbeek)
Simona Williams ... Simona
Jonas Talkington Jonas Talkington ... Jonas
Michael P. Flannigan ... Paradiso Captain
Atanas Srebrev ... Carlo
Emil Markov Emil Markov ... Leo
Julian Vergov ... Roosevelt First Officer
Les Weldon ... Roosevelt Sonar Officer
Daniel Tzotchev Daniel Tzotchev ... Roosevelt Commander (as Daniel Tcochev)
Nencho Balabanov ... Diver Don


Doctor Mike Olsen returns from his oceanic observation station, where his wife Linda feels in charge, when it's reported in desperate trouble after a sudden shark attack wrecked the oxygen supply. The accompanying ship and even the coast guard are also attacked, and soon other sites in and around the Bermuda triangle, where a few years earlier an alien space-ship crashed, which now seeps a mysterious organic crystal. The US Navy sends a submarine, which also carries bureaucrat Ben Stiles, who berates safety and other violations aboard. More dangers lurk inside as getting out proves physically daunting. Written by KGF Vissers

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You Can Swim, But You Can't Hide.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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Several times in the movie stock footage of an Orca (killer whale) is substituted for shark attacks. See more »


Ma Dall'arido Stelo Divulsa
from "Un Ballo in Maschera"
Composed by Giuseppe Verdi (as Giusseppi Verdi)
Arranged by Marcus Sjowall
Performed by Anna Davidson
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Ed Wood Lives!
4 September 2005 | by SmirkDirkSee all my reviews

Watch it. Love it. Regret It.

Wonderful stock footage of sharks, of people of the beach, of submarines, sewn together with bad acting and an even worse script. A must see for bad movie fans. In particular this is worth a watch just for the one shot of the tug-boat hand pulling off his hat and crinkling his face as he responds to the tragedy of a diver's sudden choppily-edited, stock-footaged death in the mouth of a Raging Shark. Even the credits are hilarious as you read the names which all seem to end in 'ovo' or 'vala' as this film was some sort of Bulgarian production. And remember as you come to the conclusion that there is a lesson here: There are literal Raging Sharks, but there are also metaphorical Raging Sharks: Humans.

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Release Date:

1 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Raging Sharks See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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