2 Headed Shark Attack [2012]

A group of college students and their professor are on a semester at sea ship in which they are about to experience “educational opportunities beyond their wildest expectations” as Professor Babish accurately foreshadows.  In the midst of enjoying themselves, a large shark  unexpectedly becomes lodged in the ships motor, causing severe to the exterior.  The students and their professor seek refuge at a nearby atoll, while the ship’s crew attempt to repair the damages.  The group soon learns that they unwillingly sailed into the middle of a two-headed shark’s feeding frenzy.  The monster soon begins to devour the students some times singled out and sometimes in pairs, ripping them apart limb by limb.  The rampage continues until most of the group is consumed, forcing the remaining survivors to devise a plan to distract and attack the beast.  Overall this is an extremely poorly made production with horrific special effects, unbelievable acting, and far-fetched scenarios.  A couple of aspects of this film i enjoyed were the gore and the acting talents of the lovely leading ladies Carmen Electra and Brooke Hogan.  Brook especially, she manages to bring that Hogan shine to the big screen that her father did with films like Suburban Commando and Mr. Nanny.

Director:  Christopher Ray     Writter:  H. Perry Horton


Squirm [1976]

Squirm is a brilliant example of the eco terror film in its finest form.  A thunder and lightning storm causes power lines to fall, over which results in 30,000 watts of electricity into the wet soil.  Coincidently this happens to be right near a local worm farm.  The jolts of electricity cause the worms to raise to the surface with a thirst for human blood.  Before long the worms take over the quite town of Fly Creak in Georgia.  The worms burrow their way into your skin and eat you alive leaving behind a clean skeleton.  The film has a few scenes contain mild gore, but nothing too extreme.  The scenes of the worms themselves sent shivers down my spine, due to my worm phobia.  The perfect blend of comedy, horror, and camp, this film is sure to satisfy all your movie viewing needs.

Written and directed by : Jeff Liberman