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That being said, this is by far the best Polonia Bros. movie I have ever seen. The picture quality is fantastic, the acting is enjoyable (much of it is played with tongue firmly in cheek), the story is entertaining and most importantly, it is a fun viewing experience. Aside from some minor pacing issues, I found this movie to be thoroughly entertaining. It would make for a really good double feature with Donald Farmer's Shark Exorcist.
This is a Polonia Brothers plus Camp Motion Pictures production which means it has a camp quality to it by design and shot in the Middle Atlantic states...oh wait! Mark made it out to California for a change up. From the shark we get a "fish eye" lens. Mark expertly edits in stock footage of sharks in with the big fake rubber looking shark, something only taught at the Ed Wood Academy of "B-" Art.
There are basically two people in the film (other than the guy moving the shark). Foster (Peter Baldo) is running the experiment and Lucinda (Sarah French) is his clueless assistant. She is one of my favorite B- actresses. Her stealth darting moves are comical. Not to give too much away, but eventually the pair hunt down the sharks with plastic molded guns that shoot laser bullets as California has different gun laws than Pennsylvania about hunting land sharks.
Please note this has nothing to do with the SNL skits about a "Land Shark."
Guide: Infrequent F-word. No sex or nudity. 3 stars for the camp and keeping the rubber mask people in business. I consider this to be a Polonia Brothers classic, for what it's worth.
I'm rather pointing out that when Directors and Producers actually waste time, money and human resources on these drivel encrusted movies...they should immediately forget about going straight to DVD, and instead go directly to the local trash dump to rid themselves of all the accompanying ridicule that will surely result from this BIG POS! This makes all other "B" Shark Movies seem like Cinematic Masterpieces.