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Swamp Shark (2011)

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An animal smuggling deal goes wrong, resulting in a large shark escaping into the swampy backwoods river.

Director:

Griff Furst (as G.E. Furst)

Writers:

Jennifer Iwen (screenplay), Eric Miller (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Berry ... Deputy Mandling
Wade Boggs ... Deputy Stanley
Marcus Lyle Brown ... Deputy Cooper (as Marcus Brown)
Jason Rogel ... Martin
Edrick Browne Edrick Browne ... Deputy Green
Gary Catona Gary Catona ... Red Neck
Richard Tanne ... Tyler
Jeff Chase ... Jason 'Swamp Thing' Broussard
Chris Deshazo Chris Deshazo ... Emcee
Harold Evans ... Jackson
Ron Flagge Ron Flagge ... Coroner
Lo Graham ... Laura (as Lauren Graham)
Charles Harrelson ... Noah
Robert Davi ... Sheriff Watson
Thomas Tah Hyde III ... Marcus (as Thomas Tah Hyde)
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Storyline

After a botched attempt to secretly transport an ancient species of shark, a team of unscrupulous animal smugglers accidentally release the voracious man-eating machine into the warm waters of the Louisiana bayou. Now, only one short week before the popular Gator Fest, Sheriff Watson blames the local restaurant owner, Krystal Broussard, for the gruesome death of a resident, refusing to believe that a hungry shark is patrolling the river. But, the swift underwater beast is on the loose, and humans are his favourite prey. Who can stop the ferocious Swamp Shark? Written by Nick Riganas

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Fresh water. Fresh meat. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some creature violence and gore | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Deputy Stanley tells Jason, "I played a little ball myself". Wade Boggs, who plays Deputy Stanley, is a MLB Hall of Famer See more »

Goofs

Flipped shot when the group tries to kill Swamp Shark at Gator Fest. Right after, Jason finishes wrapping rope around a propane tank, Rachel shouts "Jason! Go!" The Abita Beer table banner behind her is flipped. See more »

Quotes

Rachel Bouchard: Can you get to the sheriff's station?
Martin: Sure, why?
Rachel Bouchard: I need you to help me to break Jason out of jail.
Martin: Really? Cool.
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Bomberos
Written by Julian Primeaux
Performed by The Howdies
Produced by J. Burton w/ The Howdies
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lowest possible budget disgrace
26 June 2011 | by medicfx45See all my reviews

This was horrible. A predictable story, like Jaws and all similar type flicks. 2nd rate actors, with poor Christy Swanson, at the age of 40+ pretending to be a 20 year old with a boyfriend half her age. She is cute, but out of shape, excluding the plastic surgeries. A shark that swims at 100 miles an hour and small for the damage it causes is terrorizing a little town in Louisiana. Predictable situations. Teenagers who party, have sex and drink and fall victims to the monster. There is no significant gore, just some laughable decapitations, etc. This is an extremely low budget, made for TV, movie that will likely not satisfy you. It is watchable, if there is nothing else on, but it will remind you of films from the 40's, the only difference being that in the 40's the special effects were better.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Swamp Shark See more »

Filming Locations:

Henderson, Louisiana, USA See more »

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Bullet Films See more »
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1.78 : 1
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