Sharksnado: What Is That?
The Sharksnado is a new sort of tornado that is sweeping the country. A terrifying event in which sharks rise from the ocean and attack humans. So what exactly is a Sharksnado, and how do they form? Sharksnados are tornadoes formed when a large number of sharks clash in the air. The sharks are drawn to the water droplets created by the tornado’s sucking action. If these sharks were stuck in a hurricane, they might cause significant damage.
Although there have been reports of sharksnado in the UK, they are more frequent in the US. They can exist over land, although they most usually occur over water, such as lakes and rivers. If you don’t want to get trapped in a Sharksnado, stay away from large bodies of water. Put on your armour and start pleading for your life if you ever find yourself in one.
Making a deliberately lousy film is no easy feat, but Thunder Levin amazes us with his writing, and Anthony C. Ferrante understood the assignment. Though they play it straight, the film’s “Enough Said!” promotional tagline tells us all we need to know. In other words, you’re not supposed to watch Sharknado with a critical eye but rather sit back with your friends, throw down a couple of beers, and scream at the TV screen as you die of laughter. When a film falls into the “made-for-television science fiction comedy disaster film” genre, you should know what you’re getting yourself into. If you need a primer on why Sharknado is the perfect “so-bad-it’s-good” movie, then we’re here to get into it.