Brand new Shark Night 3D clip surfaces, with added shark footage!!





Arriving in UK cinemas on 30th September in glorious 3D is David R Ellis’ Shark Night 3D. Now, we have been excitedly following this story for ages and its almost like a dream that this fantastic looking shark horror is almost upon us. Recently rated PG-13 in the US, this hasn’t put me off. Jaws was a PG for Christ sake and thats the best shark film of all time, period! You don’t need a high certificate for a menacing shark film and the odd bit of clean nudity, and the film will either be a 12A or a 15 here in the UK so it will still contain plenty of gore and violence. Simply put, this film is gonna be awesome and is THE big budget shark flick to beat this year. We have a whole load of clips, trailers and images here

Those lucky lads of at Dread Central got themselves an exclusive brand new clip featuring a whole lot more shark footage than ever before. Its a short clip, but thankfully they added an embed code so we can show it to you right here. So without anymore waffling from me, enjoy!

Synopsis:

Arriving by boat at her family’s Louisiana lake island cabin, Sara (Sara Paxton) and her friends quickly strip down to their swimsuits for a weekend of fun in the sun. But when star football player Malik (Sinqua Walls) stumbles from the salt-water lake with his arm torn off, the party mood quickly evaporates. Assuming the injury was caused by a freak wake-boarding accident, the group realizes they have to get Malik to a hospital on the other side of the lake, and fast.

 

But as they set out in a tiny speedboat, the college friends discover the lake has been stocked with hundreds of massive, flesh-eating sharks! As they face one grisly death after another, Sara and the others struggle desperately to fend off the sharks, get help and stay alive long enough to reach the safety of dry land.

(Source: Dread Central)

By Matt Wavish

About Matt Wavish 10002 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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