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Ghost Shark (2013)

Ghost Shark

Overview


Genre

Thriller

Release Date

August 22, 2013 (TV Premiere)

Studio

Syfy

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Griff Furst

Producer

Kenneth M. Badish, Griff Furst, Daniel Lewis

Screenwriter

Paul A. Birkett, Griff Furst

Starring

  • Mackenzie Rosman
  • Richard Moll
  • Tim Taylor
  • Lucky Johnson
  • Dave Randolph-Mayhem Davis
  • Shawn C. Phillips
  • Jaren Mitchell

Story


Last Fourth of July, teenager Christy Bruce disappeared from a high school beach party. Her severed arm washed ashore a day later. Drunken sea captain Blaise Shaw became a hero to the small seaside community of Harmony after killing the great white shark that was deemed responsible, but the Christy Bruce murder was no shark attack. Blaise turns to ghost hunter Ava Conte, who is skeptical but intrigued by his ghost shark ramblings. With preparations for a massive July 4th celebration rapidly approaching, they soon find themselves embroiled in a conspiracy of sex and murder involving the town's wealthiest and most powerful citizens. Unprepared to contend with a Ghost Shark that can hunt on land, sea, as well as anywhere there is enough water or rain to sustain its phantom form, Blaise and Ava must uncover the truth about the towns dark past or fall victim to the Ghost Shark.

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Dave Randolph-Mayhem Davis stars as Blaise and Sloane Coe stars as Cicely in Syfy's Ghost Shark (2013)
Dave Randolph-Mayhem Davis stars as Blaise and Sloane Coe stars as Cicely in Syfy's Ghost Shark (2013)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..if you like the cheesy Syfy genre movies, you just might. It's ridiculous, but it doesn't bite..”
by Gail Pennington [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
“..it lacks even the quality of being unintentionally amusing, because everyone involved knows what the game is..”
by Robert Lloyd [LA Times]
“..a sustained delight..”
by Diane Werts [Newsday]