Films: Trailer Park Shark (2017)
Height/Weight: That of an average great white.
Summary: We've seen sharks enter fresh water. Several times in movies, actually. And for some reason, the bull shark just doesn't quite make the cut. The great white indeed transcends all other shark species, even if it means going to where intelligence goes to die.
History: Somewhere in the swamplands of Soggy Meadows, a greedy developer sought to evict the many residents of the local trailer park by having his goons flood the place. It worked...too well. The water from beyond also happened to contain a wayward great white, which is now stalking anyone unlucky enough to still be near the flooded grounds. It won't be long before the fight for survival begins.
Notable Kills: Tail-slaps a guy's head off while strung up.
Final Fate: After taking a beating, the shark is finally done in when it is put into a wind turbine, slicing it to pieces
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-As one might guess, the horrible CGI makes this shark a letdown from the get-go. But what's more is that it looks a bit on the fat side of things. There is no way a shark packing that many pounds would be able to efficiently hunt anything above water. That is, unless it's all muscle. In that case, try not to be chum.
Trivia: -One of the actors in this film prepared himself by swimming with some nurse sharks beforehand. Ignoring the fact that nurse sharks are nowhere near as deadly as great whites (even if they have a nasty bite), it was not a bad call.
-Almost all underwater scenes were done with pools no more than two feet deep. This was mainly due to budget constraints and the fact that at least one of the actors was deathly afraid of deep water.