(Published on Lost In The Multiplex & read in my publication In Retrospect – Issue 2)
When seven university students take a weekend out from exams, the last thing they expected to crash their party was a lake full of sharks. Worse still, this may not all be coincidental. Could these shark attacks be somebody else’s form of entertainment?
Directed by David R. Ellis, Shark Night 3D is a clichéd American-teen film that bores rather than scares. If there’s one thing to take away from this it’s that a dog can be the best part about a film, even when competing against 46 terrifying fishy predators.
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