After escaping death during the fierce battle with the massive cephalopod in Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (2009), once more, Megalodon, the prehistoric beast from the sea, roams free in the open ocean, wreaking havoc. However, this time, an even greater adversary emerges from the dark depths of Congo's diamond mines, as a gargantuan primaeval Crocosaurus sees the light of day, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Inevitably, the two nightmarish creatures will have to confront each other, and in this ultimate fight, there can be only one winner. Is Dr Terry McCormick's ultrasonic device and the mighty U.S. Navy able to avert this unstoppable new menace?Written by
The tagline for this film is lifted off of AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004). See more »
In the scene where the Megalodon attacks the USS Gibson, McCormick is mourning over the death of his girlfriend. When he puts her head down on the ground to leave the ship, her left arm moves. See more »
Okay, in my defense: these Asylum movies can be fun, as Mega Piranha, which came out near the beginning of the year, clearly showed (it was even better than the sorta amusing theatrical release Piranha 3D). I'm going to get in trouble if I keep watching these hoping they hit that so-bad-it's-good sweet spot again. This one's painfully bad. The Asylum needs to spend a few bucks storyboarding their action sequences. Their effects may be cheap, but they don't have to be incomprehensible. Their gimmick star this time around is Jaleel White, i.e. Urkel. Also the guy who was the hologram doctor in Star Trek Voyager. There're a couple of laughs, but this is one of the suckiest movies I've ever seen.
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