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Ghost Shark ()


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When rednecks on a fishing trip kill a great white shark, its spirit comes back for revenge, and soon turns its sights on the town of Smallport.

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Museum Curator
Jayme Bohn ...
Alisyn
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Nerd
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Vicky Brubaker
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Car Wash Girl
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Cicely
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Brubaker
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Blaise
Brooke Hurring ...
Taylor
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Mayor Stahl
Ben Lemoine ...
Reporter
Angela Meredith Furst ...
Co-Ed (as Angela Meredith)
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Cameron
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Finch
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Sheriff Martin (as Tom Francis Murphy)
Sean O'Regan ...
Plumber (as Sean P. O'Regan)
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Reed
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Taylor's Mom
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Mick (as Shawn Phillips)
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Ava
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Ernest
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Hoodlum
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Deputy Haskins
Michael Whitener ...
Henry (as Michael Lee Whitener)
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Taylor's Father
Rehnan Overmiller ...
Beer Pong Guy
Michelle DeVito ...
Concerned Citizen (uncredited)
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Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Brandon Guttuso ...
Kid by Pool (uncredited)
Emily D. Haley ...
Cafe Patron (uncredited)
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Arlene (Sheriff's Dispatcher) (uncredited)
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Mayor's Wife (uncredited)
Clint Michael Naquin ...
Concerned Citizen (uncredited)
Danny Partin ...
Beachgoer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Griff Furst

Written by

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Eric Forsberg ... (story)
Griff Furst ... (story) &
Scott Foy ... (story by)
 
Paul A. Birkett ... (screenplay)
 
Griff Furst ... (written by)

Produced by

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S.F. Atkins ... associate producer (as Stefan Atkins)
Scott Atkins ... executive producer (as Scotty Atkins)
Kenneth M. Badish ... executive producer / producer
James T. Bruce IV ... executive producer
Daniel Lewis ... executive producer / producer
Brad Southwick ... line producer
R. Bryan Wright ... executive producer
Griff Furst ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Andrew Morgan Smith

Cinematography by

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Andrew Strahorn

Film Editing by

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Misty Talley

Editorial Department

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Ashley Fabre ... post-production supervisor
Omar Godinez ... colorist
Greg Milneck ... digital intermediate producer

Casting By

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Dean E. Fronk
Donald Paul Pemrick

Production Design by

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Jayme Bohn

Art Direction by

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Barker White

Set Decoration by

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Amy Soto

Costume Design by

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Jayme Bohn
Sally Smith

Makeup Department

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Caitlin Murphy Miles ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Brad Southwick ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Bush ... second second assistant director
Sean O'Regan ... second assistant director
Brian O'Sullivan ... first assistant director
William Scharpf ... second unit director (as Bill Scharpf)

Art Department

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Rose Leiker ... property master
Rikki Longanecker ... props
Arthur Kirk Martin ... carpenter
Justin Meriwether ... on set dresser
Mark Perot ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Mark LeBlanc ... production sound mixer
Leobardo Ledon ... foley mixer
Iris Posada ... Additional ADR Coordinator
Martin Quiñones ... adr recordist
Geordy Sincavage ... foley supervisor

Special Effects by

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Mark Hava ... special effects coordinator
Mike V. Schultz ... mechanical effects creator
Christopher L. Wampler ... special effects assistant

Visual Effects by

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Blane Granstaff ... digital compositor
Brock Jolet ... digital compositor / vfx on-set supervisor
Michael Rung ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Stanton Barrett ... stunts
Chelsea Bruland ... stunt performer
Chris J. Fanguy ... stunt performer
Mark Hava ... stunt performer
Sean O'Regan ... stunt performer
Met Salih ... stunt double: Mackenzie Rosman
William Scharpf ... stunt coordinator (as Bill Scharpf)
Taryn Terrell ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert M. Barr ... first assistant camera (additional)
Eliot Brasseaux ... still photographer / underwater camera
Justin LeBlanc ... second assistant camera
Codie Scott ... grip
Brandon Swain ... best boy: electric
Theodore Thyssen ... grip
Aaron Toups ... Key grip: second unit / bestboy grip
John Scott Williams ... camera loader
Earl Woods ... gaffer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Patricia Brown ... costume shopper
Danielle Tabary ... set costumer

Location Management

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Brady Flynn ... location assistant
Nadiyah Skyy Taylor ... locations scout
Jonathan Wright ... location manager

Music Department

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David Boudreaux ... orchestrator
Matt Shelton ... music editor
Preston Shepard ... music score mixer
Daniel Terrebonne ... score assistant

Transportation Department

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Danny Lewis ... driver: cast
Kevin Sieve ... transportation co-coordinator

Other crew

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Ross Baringer ... key set production assistant
Judie Boxill ... tax credit consultant
Trish Callais ... production coordinator
Maggie Campesi ... key craft service (as Maggie Hicks)
Jennifer Carriere ... script supervisor
Claude Forest ... insurance broker
Joe Kirkpatrick ... production assistant
Jennifer Lemons ... accounting assistant
Robert Shambo ... production assistant
Nicole Tiernan ... set production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

When rednecks on a fishing trip kill a great white shark, its spirit comes back for revenge, and soon turns its sights on the town of Smallport. Teenage Ava, her younger sister Cicely and friend Blaise witness the start of the ghost shark's rampage but the authorities don't believe their story. With the help of a crotchety lighthouse keeper named Finch the teens discover that the spectral shark can hunt wherever there's water, and that the town's dark past may provide the clues they need to defeat it. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Ghost Shark - Die Legende lebt (Germany)
  • Tiburón fantasma (Spain)
  • Szellemcápa (Hungary)
  • Hayalet Köpekbaligi (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Rekin widmo (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 87 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia When the kids find the web page about the lighthouse keeper's wife, there's a brief shot of the computer screen. The news page links to several other topics that sound like Syfy movies: Alligator attacks in Louisiana swamps, Ex-government scientists control weather. There's also a link to "People watching science fiction movie pause screen to read unimportant text". See more »
Goofs Young boy at the car wash, who stole a red Mustang, has the window open on the driver's side when the bikini babes wash the windshield, but closed right after in another shot. This happens multiple times. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode dated 17 July 2013 (2013). See more »
Quotes Finch: You think ghosts are logical Sherriff?
Sheriff Martin: Who said anything about ghosts Finch?
Finch: I did. You know that's the trouble with people like you sheriff, never want to deal with the truth 'till its too late. Ghosts are real, as real as the lies this town is buil on, as real as the price were gonna to pay for those sins. You mark my words, you mark my words.
Sheriff Martin: Well maybe if you dried out occasionally, your words might actually mean something.
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