“Patchwork of the sea”

Films: Sharkenstein (2016)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Ocean/Forest/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Up to that of a small house.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: And just like that, the low-budget barrage of killer shark films somehow gets cheaper and cheaper. Well, you'll be hard-pressed to find one that thankfully abandoned the art of awful CGI...and replaced it with something somehow much worse.

History: Created as a Nazi experiment during the second World War, this monstrous mutated shark was put on ice for decades. But then, way into the modern day, the beaches are becoming rife with blood. As it turns out, the beast is still alive, and it's getting bigger and scarier by the second. A few people will be all that's standing in its way before "Sharkenstein" becomes the ultimate apex predator.

Notable Kills: Eats a whole ranch-full of cattle.

Final Fate: After growing limbs and the ability to breathe on land, Sharkenstein is ultimately brought down when it's caught in an explosion. However, it is later shown that there are more of them...

Powers/Abilities: If struck by lightning, Sharkenstein will inexplicable adapt to its surroundings, such as growing limbs to crawl with ease on land.

Weakness: Heavy artillery.

Scariness Factor: 1.5-Sharkenstein is terrifying and hideous in concept...and absolutely inept in practice. It's nothing but a cheap foam-rubber puppet throughout the film, hastily green-screened into every scene in the most unconvincing way. What should have been a horrific tale of a shark capable of adapting to anything is reduced to a joke by the Z-grade effects, basically.

Trivia: -All of the lab scenes were filmed in one of the lead actors’ house's basement. Of course.

-We've axed more than a couple shark films from this site. Ask yourself how you feel that we let this one get a pass.

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