Avalanche Sharks Review
Synopsis:Avalanche Sharks tells the story of a bikini contest that turns into a horrifying affair when it is hit by a shark avalanche.
Avalanche Sharks (2013) is a Canadian science fiction horror film that was filmed in Mammoth Lakes, California, USA. Director, visual effects producer and executive producer Scott Wheeler (Xena: Warrior Princess (1995), Scary Movie 2 (2001), Frailty (2001), Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999)) failed at executing this shark attack movie. The film contains avalanche, a killer shark, cleavage, marine biologist, head blown off, shotgun, sexy nurse, curse, creature, absurdism, shark attack, action, and decapitation. I am not sure what else to say about this film because it was a total waste in every way. I do not like it and think that it should have never been made because there is nothing new, nothing exciting, terrible camera angles, and there is nothing positive about the film. The actors did not help this movie the slightest with their poor acting performances and the makeup department, and CGI was also not good.
Avalanche Sharks revolves around Spring Break at the Twin Pines Ski Resort where snow sharks started to attack resort visitors and staff. The sharks are said to have been summoned by American Indian shamans a long time ago who sought vengeance. The people at the resort have no choice but to fight to save their lives against snow sharks and tries to escape the mountain by any means. The snow sharks appeared when a snowboarder accidentally started a major avalanche that awakens a prehistoric snow shark that was trapped beneath the ice/snow. The shark is now hungry for human flesh as reports are pouring in at the resort of people going missing. The manager tries to hide the fact that there is a creature and missing people because he is afraid of losing money. Everyone at the resort was all too soon trapped at the resort as an avalanche cut off access to the roads. Watch this movie at your own risk but be warned that this is one of the worst shark movies out there.
About Avalanche Sharks (2013)
Total Avg. Votes: 11
Writers: Keith Shaw
Director: Scott Wheeler