Climate change is a notoriously unclickable topic, yet it undeniably captures our imagination, given how often it shows up as a central plot point in films. From Waterworld to the charming animated feature Ice Age, it just keeps coming back.
What can the Sharknado franchise do that it hasn’t already done? Is there really any place for a whirling vortex of sharks to go? We talked to Sharknado 3 director Anthony C. Ferrante at Comic-Con, and he told us how the Sharknado series is going to jump the shark: with the help of George Washington.
Seriously, it’s time to embrace the brilliance of Rick and Morty, as this show returns. Plus the Police Academy gang battle giant lava spiders, and there are more mutant shark movies than you can shake a #$%*ing stick at, all on This Week’s TV!
Sharknado 3: Has This Joke Run Its Course Yet? has announced its next target and it's, well, most of the southeastern coast of the U.S. It sounds like our leads are going to be running from a sharknado that chases them. Is this a tornado of Voodoo Sharks?
This is it, everyone. Sharknado 3 has been officially announced as coming to our screens in July of 2015, making it three years in a row. We're going to run out of coastal cities before they run out of films. I look forward to the explanation of how sharks get to Chicago.
Sharknado 2 was light-years better than its predecessor. Delivering in every key area from the leveled-up CGI effects to the laundry list of celebrity cameos, the sequel to last summer's surprise cult classic was perfection.
While the world prepares for the onslaught of a second Sharknado movie, Conan O'Brien is about to die at the tentacles of a new Sharktopus. Plus, Gravity Falls is back for more paranormal hijinks and The Strain gets its hands bloody with a vampire autopsy. See all the details below!
Thunder Levin is now a legend. The writer and director of dozens of movies, he finally achieved cult status when he wrote Sharknado. Now with Sharknado 2: The Second One coming to Syfy on July 30, we decided to ask him some hard scientific and philosophical questions about his series.
The Greek philosopher Plato argued that reality was inherently flawed, and that only ideas themselves could be said to be perfect — each being a sort of incorporeal ideal from which all physical manifestations tried to replicate to various degrees of imperfection. Why do I mention this?
The legacy of the cinematic masterpiece called Sharknado has taken an unfortunate turn with the arrival of Avalanche Sharks, a cheap knock-off which 1) features sharks that swim in the snow, 2) is missing the star power of Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, and 3) is oddly light on avalanches.
Remember when Thunder Levin, the writer of Sharknado, said that when he was approached to write the film he misheard and thought they were pitching a movie called SharkNATO? About a daring international treaty organization battling a shark army? NOW IT IS A THING.
You don’t have to celebrate Labor Day to know marathoning a TV series is a pleasantly lazy way to spend the weekend. I don’t know why companies waited until after Labor Day to release this cornucopia of TV DVD sets, but oh well. Plus, there’s a new Ghibli flick, Sharknado and MST3K: The Movie!
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The GOP is hoping your manifest adoration for Syfy's Sharknado will make you not want to have guaranteed health insurance. Hence this "Obamacarenado" ad, which says health coverage will slice your arm off, spraying blood everywhere.
Hugh Jackman hints at how The Wolverine will set up X-Men: Days of Future Past. Caesar will be talking by the end of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. What role is Doctor Who's Mark Gatiss playing on Game of Thrones? Spoilers ahead!
The internet went wild for Sharknado, but will it love Ghost Shark?
AccuWeather wants you to know that you need not live in fear of shark-bearing tornadoes. The weather site debunks not only the idea of sharks attacking humans from a tornado, but also some of the other odd weather patterns in Syfy's Sharknado movie.
Everybody was talking about the premiere of Syfy's TV movie Sharknado on Twitter last night. But as it turns out, apparently no one actually bothered to watch it. The movie was seen by just over a million people, unequivocally making it a complete bomb (...that was then launched into a Sharknado).