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It sounds fun but it really isn't
on 20 August 2017
When a shark steals a fish from the line of a fisherman, he shoots it and it goes away to a cave to die. But the cave has a supernatural ability to bring things back from death as ghosts that can physically interact with the world.
Preposterous, yes. Original idea, possibly. Great film, no. This is another super-cheap SyFy telemovie which is strictly by-the-numbers and completely predictable. The shark in ghost form is really cranky and has the ability to interact with the world as long as there is any water around (read a pool, a bath or even a puddle). So it turns up pretty much everywhere and kills people. But the effects are not good quality and the shark is transparent so you never really see what's going on, except for lots of squirting of fake blood all over the place. There is a group of kids who work out what is going on and set out to kill the ghost (??) with the aid of the local crazy who never got over the death of his wife many years ago.
I'm sure you already know how this ends. I have seen worse but it's not particularly well made and all rather forgettable.
On Blu-ray the image is generally very nice with great detail at times and loads of bright colours. There is a DTS HD-MA soundtrack which is fine but doesn't do anything remarkable.