Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: “Sharknado 3”

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bill-swift - February 2, 2016

Possibly the greatest terrible film series that's come out in the last few years has to be SyFy's patently awful/amazing Sharknado series. Now the latest installment, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! has come to Netflix Instant and it may be the most bonkers one yet. No, check that. IT IS the most bonker one yet. 

The movie starts with Fin, (Ian Ziering), getting a medal from president Mark Cuban and vice president Ann Coulter in Washington D.C. And then guess what happens? A sharknado hits Washington! Then it is up to Finn to save the day, again. Meanwhile, his wife April, (Tara Reid), is pregnant and in Universal Orlando for some reason. Then the Sharknado storms develops all across the East coast from Florida to Virginia. So, Fin and April go to NASA headquarters to get help from Fin's father, an astronaut played by David Hasselhoff. Apparently, the only way to stop this "Sharkicane" is to drop some jet fuel bombs or something from space. It doesn't really make any sense, but it doesn't matter. Eventually, while in orbit, Ian Zeiring ends up fighting the sharks in space with a laser chainsaw. He and Tara Reid then plummet to the Earth inside two sharks and Tara gives birth inside the you do. They save the day again, of course, but it ends with a cliffhanger in which Tara Reid appears to die. The filmmakers left it up to the audience whether she survives for Sharknado 4.

What can I say? This movie is a huge pile of crap. But it is thoroughly entertaining. You just have to go into it with the knowledge that you are about to watch something truly awful. You won't be disappointed that way. 

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