Films: Empire of the Sharks (2017)
Alias: Great whites, makos, hammerheads, goblin sharks
Height/Weight: That of their respective species.
Summary: It's one thing to try and tame the deadliest predators in the deep. But when you go the extra mile and try to forcibly control them, you're officially not a great guy. Sharks should be nurtured and guided if you really want to be their friend. Instead, one idiot took advantage of apocalypse and some new tech to lead an army of different toothy beasts.
History: In the not so distant future, nearly all of the Earth has been flooded, and the remaining humans live on structures above the water. One man has managed to contrast gauntlets that enable him to control hundreds of sharks to do his bidding. Indeed, he has become the ruler of the seas this way. But he isn't the only one who can peer into the mind of a shark. It is a naturally born power now. And so far, the only "Shark Caller" out there is a prisoner of his. Now, a band of survivors will come to free her so that she can use her powers to free the sharks and dethrone the evil man.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After the girl is freed, she destroys the tech controlling the sharks, and uses her powers to convince two great whites to hold the man in place while another chomps him. Soon, she and many others are seen training to become new and better Shark Callers, but at the same time upholding the balance of nature.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-As always, people controlling dangerous wildlife to do their bidding is always scary. But alas, the dreadful CGI keeps us from truly taking this lout's army of hundreds seriously. Also, there are better people who can win the favor of the empire of the sharks, so there's that. Still, you wouldn't want a guy to sic at least five great whites on you, wouldn't you?
Trivia: -This was the fifth of the six films done for "Sharknado Week" on Syfy.
-Due to having a similar premise and the same director (Mark Atkins), it is possible that this film is in some way connected to last year's "Planet of the Sharks". Perhaps it is a sequel, seeing how there are no hyper-evolved sharks anywhere here.