A haunting pseudo-documentary following an investigation into the strange disappearance of a young woman in the small town of Red Bluff, who vanished without a trace in 2005 under increasingly mysterious and bizarre circumstances.
Nine years after the events of GHOST SHARK Jack Broody is the mayor of Auckland, New Zealand, and former Lieutenant Commander Tony Palantine is down and out on the streets. The mayoral electoral campaign is underway and Broody is down in the polls, with newcomer Marco Guerra winning the hearts and votes of the public. But people start turning up dead all over the city, and it soon becomes clear that GHOST SHARK is back. Desperate not to repeat the mistakes from his former life, Broody calls in expert ghost shark hunter Tom Logan to defeat the undead beast once and for all. But Logan carries with him demons of his own. With the election fast approaching and Ghost Shark taking more souls by the day, can Broody and Logan save both the mayoralty and the city?Written by
Mad Fox Films
The "abandoned building" where Marco Guerra chases Tom Logan was shot as it was found, and all the human feces and crack-smoking apparatuses within are genuine. See more »
The closing credits feature the following message: "No sharks were harmed in the making of this motion picture. However, over 100 million sharks are slaughtered every year for the shark fin trade. To learn more about finning and how you can stop it, visit stopsharkfinning.net." See more »
Just when you thought it was safe to stay out of the water...
Love the sheer ridiculocity of this.
With an ice lolly, lube and an iron among the means the supernatural oceangoing maniac accesses their prey (ghost sharks can travel through ice, water and steam much like Ultron can use the internet) you have to admire the creative lunacy with which they approach this.
If Logan really hasn't bathed in 9 years, with that amount of exercising and his penchant for raising one arm to hold his bag behind his shoulder, he must possess either nuclear powered deodorant or incredibly whiffy pits.
Fortunately, this never takes itself seriously and a good job too as it is so patently daft - the deliberately (I hope) overacting of the main characters is entirely justified when you face a menace that can kill you to death through the medium of steam...
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