It’s rare to see a single shark swimming in the water, so that makes this occurrence even more amazing, as an oil rig worker captured a large group of migrating sharks swimming together in the Gulf of Mexico off the Louisiana coast.
Syfy returns with the sequel to its hit B-movie with a sequel that has New York City invaded by armies of airborne killer sharks. Yes, it looks horribly stupid, but isn’t that the point? Premieres 7/30. Also, we want a Sharknado video game.
Syfy’s latest low-budget monster movie pits a massive, massively pissed-off real shark against a giant mechanical shark built to defeat it. Oh, and apparently sharks can fly now. Who will win this epic battle? The audience, that’s who.
It’s a peaceful day of fun and sun at the ocean, when somebody has to show up and ruin the day by pouring a hot cup of joe and releasing a sea full of angry sharks. Though the dishwasher or microwave will kill them all.
(NSFW: language) Isaac Brumaghim was minding his own business, kayak fishing, when he received an unexpected visitor. His reaction is priceless (and way better than if Chompy had actually made contact). (Thanks everybody!)
(NSFW: Language) Bryan Plummer watches as his pal Roger takes a cage dive to check out some sharks. Too bad somebody forgot to tell the great white that paid Roger a visit that the cage was designed to keep sharks out.