Creature Features!!! Trailer for ‘Hellyfish’ and poster for ‘Avalanche Sharks’, whatever next!!!





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Oh dear Lord is there no limit to the lengths filmmakers will go to for a good old Creature Feature?? Evidently not as I have two rather silly looking monster films, and both I can’t wait to see!

First up is Hellyfish (great name?), which is about giant jellyfish (naturally), that are presumably from hell? The trailer is embedded below, and it is filled with cheesy dialogue, odd looking characters and plenty of girls in bikini’s, and, of course, plenty of giant Hellyfish. I defy anyone not to laugh out loud at the bikini clad girl running along the beach being chased by a bouncing giant Hellyfish!

Hellyfish comes from Rob MacLean and Pat Longstreth.

Synopsis:

America’s only missing nuclear weapon is leaking radioactive material into the ocean just off the coast of Tybee Island, GA. The trifling existence of a hapless cast is disrupted by a vicious force of nature that shows no mercy.

 

 

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Next up is Avalanche Sharks!

Directed by Scott Wheeler (Sink Hole, Celebrity Sex Tape) and written by Keith Shaw (Malibu Shark Attack), the film stars Kate Nauta, Brooke Hogan, Emily Addison, Erika Jordan, John Hundrieser, Erin Ross and Mika Brooks.

Synopsis:

Spring break in the mountains: snowboarding, beer, drunken co-eds in bikinis.  As the yearly Bikini Ski Day party descends on a small mountain town, something lurks beneath the snow.  When an unwitting rider causes an avalanche, it awakens a huge, menacing, pre-historic Snow Shark! With a newfound taste for human flesh, the Snow Shark picks off the snow bunnies mercilessly.  Cut off from help by mountainous terrain and blidning snow, the local sheriff must make an unlikely alliance with a motley crew of snowboarders to take down the Snow Shark before the white hills run red with blood!

 

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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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