Twenty-four million years ago, the gigantic Megalodon, a 20-tonne killing machine with a 10-foot gaping bite, ruled the prehistoric oceans; but, thankfully, it became extinct. However, when the marine biologist, Cat Stone, discovers a massive shark tooth off the Mexican coast, her worst fears surface–the most menacing creature to ever rule the waters is still alive and mercilessly feeding on anything that crosses its path. Now, as the massive beast terrorises the workers during the maintenance on an underwater cable, they must hunt the fierce oceanic killer and destroy it, before there is no one left to stop it. Is there an escape from the jaws of terror?
User Reviews: Anyone with an even passing interest in B movies absolutely must see this. I’ve seen it with 3 different groups of people, and each time we had a blast mocking it. Heres why:
- Terrible acting. The female lead in particular had us in stitches nearly every time she opened her mouth.
- Horrid dubbing. An older man in the opening sequence sounds to be about 30 years old.
- Continuity. A two-man sub appears to be about 6 times larger inside than out.
- No logic. A torpedo has a digital display that informs you how many seconds until it hits its target.
- No brians. The mini sub has a hatch that opens up underwater without getting water in the sub.
- No buget. They didn’t have enough money to roll the sub interior sideways, so they just tilted the camera. The only problem is that water starts flowing sideways.
- THE LINE. You’ll know what I mean when you hear it.
As you can tell, the sub scene is a personal favorite. If you love it when good intentions go bad, you have to get this!