Mega Shark in Malibu [DVD] 
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Following the massive success of MEGA SHARK V GIANT OCTOPUS and forthcoming MEGA PIRANHA, Metrodome is pleased to present the next thrilling MEGA monster movie… When a tsunami floods Malibu, it brings with it a hunting pack of deep-water, prehistoric goblin sharks that go after the lifeguards in their half-submerged station on stilts and a team of construction workers stranded in a flooded house.
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Great cover showing a giant shark (so obviously not a goblin shark) attacking a bikini clad bather, nice tag-line "the legend returns" both of which seem to indicate that some gigantic creature is on the loose.
Originally known as Malibu Shark Attack, the truth is far more mundane.
Undersea earthquakes initially release a group of goblin sharks, a species which "were thought to be extinct, they're extremely rare" and later "haven't been seen on the earth for millions of years", not strictly true they still exist today although they are a deep sea species so not as common as other species of sharks. They do look great though like a cross between a rhino and a great white except when created using cheap repeated CGI scenes. Most seem to be about 10/12 feet long though so not exactly "mega" shark material.
Those quakes also unleash a devastating 100 foot high tsunami on California "larger than the Indonesia tsunami (2004)", a TV reporter keeps popping up to comment on the extent of the damage which is then illustrated by a few odd floating pieces of timber or a pink coat covered in seaweed. As devastating as that wave was a wooden lifeguard station on the beach survives intact, thankfully so as our cast (including Peta Wilson) are forced to ride the tsunami out inside the shack. The pretty, but annoying and always screaming, blonde in a bikini gets a life-threateningly small cut on her thigh and the blood attracts the sharks who then lay siege to the station, meanwhile one of Wilson's lovers is on route to rescue them.
When the action switches to a new building site the tension really ratchets up a gear as the sharks chase the survivors through flooded corridors (Cheap Blue Sea?Read more ›
(Round of applause)
Mr Goblin, would you tell us something about your experiences whilst working on this film?
"Of course. During the early scenes in this film I was given the impression me and my brothers were going to be playing second fiddle to a load of the usual muscle-bound men and bikini babes who seem to be taking up most of the screen time. But once the movie starts getting into action we were out there doing the "Jaws" business. It's true the science in the movie would hack scientists right off. Real goblin sharks are not extinct and we, as CGI Great Whites with different heads, only bear a passing resemblance to them. But come on. These films aren't made for professors, and the later scenes after the tidal wave are a genuinely tense and exciting example of the 'stranded people in danger' theme".
It's certainly nice to see someone make the effort with a kind of shark other than the usual Great White. Have you any future film ambitions?
"Actually I'd like to go into banking, but I think they already have enough sharks".
Mr Goblin, thank you.
However, when watching a film like this I have a check list:
Implausible story: Check
Bad script: Check
Dubious acting: Check
Second rate CGI: Check
This is a cheesy film, but fun to watch (I especially thought it was amusing when the tsunami did not destroy the lifeguard hut when it hit it, along with the fact that Goblin sharks are not extinct)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not very good
very cheap film
the actors wasnt very entertaining, very boring, the shark looks like if it was a toy
this is a good film too and it will get you sitting on the edge of your seat there are getting biggerPublished on 15 Dec. 2012 by eleanor jane goodacre