When an oil company unwittingly unleashes a prehistoric shark from its icy prison, the Jurassic killer maroons a group of thieves and beautiful young female college students on an abandoned island.

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Brett Kelly

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Emanuelle Carriere Emanuelle Carriere ... Jill
Christine Emes Christine Emes ... Tia
Celine Filion ... Kristen
Angela Parent Angela Parent ... Barb
Duncan Milloy Duncan Milloy ... Rich
Phil Dukarsky Phil Dukarsky ... Doug
Kyle Martellacci ... Mike
Joshua Gilbert Crosby Joshua Gilbert Crosby ... Jack
Kevin Preece Kevin Preece ... Jerry
Jurgen Vollrath Jurgen Vollrath ... Dr. Lincoln Grant
Sarah Mosher Sarah Mosher ... Tiffany
Kala Gray Kala Gray ... Brittany
Sherry Thurig Sherry Thurig ... Scientist
Jody Haucke Jody Haucke ... Chairman
Darren Stevens Darren Stevens ... Fisherman 1
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When an oil company unwittingly unleashes a prehistoric shark from its icy prison, the Jurassic killer maroons a group of thieves and beautiful young female college students on an abandoned piece of land. Unable to escape the fearsome beast, the two groups of strangers must put aside their differences and come together to fight off the extinct, ferocious monster while battling for their lives. What started out as some fun in the sun, ends up as a survival of the fittest as nature's cruelest creation has come back from extinction and he wants revenge!

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Dinosaur From The Deep See more »


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As of July 2015, this was the lowest rated movie on IMDB, overtaking Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas (2014). It was pushed down to the #2 spot in September. See more »

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The second stick of dynamite never explodes. See more »

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Scientist: NO! YOU DRILLED TOO DEEP!
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Crazy Credits

A movie spanning 62 minutes of very poorly crafted film and the credits are twelve minutes, yes twelve minutes long? It beggars the mind to consider that as possible to explain. See more »

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oh dear, who funds these movies
19 January 2013 | by fewsternobleSee all my reviews

Watched this last night, i was prepared for something bad, but this is on a completely new level of bad. There isn't a single good thing to say about this movie, other than, it is maybe an excellent lesson in how not to make a movie. What really amazes me about rubbish like this, is that someone must actually throw money at it to get it made, a classic case of more money than sense or a tax fiddle. I suppose one purpose of something this bad is that it gets people talking about it, hence my review/warning. Honestly, this isn't worth your time, i would stay well away, unless of course you like to watch a movie open mouth and constantly asking why, yeah we did ha ha.


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20 April 2012 (India) See more »

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