Watch: Ghost Shark 2013 123movies, Full Movie Online – When rednecks on a fishing trip kill a great white shark, its spirit comes back for revenge, and soon turns its sights on the town of Smallport. Teenage Ava, her younger sister Cicely and friend Blaise witness the start of the ghost shark’s rampage but the authorities don’t believe their story. With the help of a crotchety lighthouse keeper named Finch the teens discover that the spectral shark can hunt wherever there’s water, and that the town’s dark past may provide the clues they need to defeat it..
Plot: A coastal town is plagued by a supernatural man-eating shark. A ghost hunter joins forces with a sea captain to uncover the secrets of the area’s dark past and find a way to exorcise the spectral predator.
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The description listed here for Ghost Shark is completely incorrect, apart from the fact that it stars a shark that is a ghost, and a couple of character names in common, the events of the movie are actually something different entirely. I kind of wish we had gotten the version described above instead though, ’cause this one sucked.
Final rating:★½: – Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible.
**Overall : Ghost Shark knows what it is and how to please its audience with an outrageous plot, cheesy acting, and fun supernatural shark kills.**
No movie is more fun, nonsensical, ridiculous, stupid, and wonderful than Ghost Shark. This cinematic gem embraces its cheese understanding precisely what any person that sits down to watch a movie titled Ghost Shark would want to see – zero logic, 100% dumb fun, and outrageous shark violence. Is it awful? Absolutely. The acting is terrible, and the effects are worse, but what else would you expect? This is peak Syfy stupid creature feature at its best!
What is more dangerous than a shark? How about a phantom shark that can attack its prey from any water source-toilet, sink, or puddle? It’s bonkers in the best way!
Shark Ghosts are Fun!
In the opening minutes, expect a trio of southern-accented boaters (“rednecks”) to bite the dust. They kill a great white shark, which turns into a blue-glowing “Ghost Shark”. Considering later events, the story might have been better off starting with the flashback which occurs near the end. For whatever reasons, the beach community “Smallport” is quickly terrorized. Ghost sharks need to eat, too. This one, being spiritual, is not restricted to the beach. It manifests itself wherever water accumulates…
A swimming pool party, bikini car wash, leaky sink and bathtub are among the areas haunted…
Versatile director Griff Furst handles this assignment very well. The likable cast is led by Dave Davis (as Blaise Parker) and Mackenzie Rosman (as Ava Reid), both going places. Creepy lighthouse keeper Richard Moll (as Darnell Finch) may be able to solve the mystery, if he can stay sober (and stop shouting) long enough. If spirits are real and all dogs go to Heaven, the world must embrace and accept ghost sharks. The story doesn’t take full advantage of the possibilities, but the shark attacks are highly amusing.
****** Ghost Shark (8/22/13) G.E. Furst ~ Dave Davis, Mackenzie Rosman, Richard Moll, Sloane Coe
Jaws goes Undead
Obviously any film with the ghost of a dead shark as its antagonist is going to be pretty far out there, but the filmmakers deserve credit for taking the idea for what it is and running with it for all its worth. Unlike some other SyFy original productions, “Ghost Shark” embraces its b-movie nature and never tries to be anything other than a wildly fun monster movie. Production values are fairly good, and the spirit-shark may not win any FX awards but it looks pretty much like a giant ghostly fish ought to. Some of the attack scenes are outrageous, so much so that the viewer is more likely to laugh with glee than scream in terror, but I think that’s the point. The protagonists–the usual horror movie teen set–are a varied bunch, ranging from the incredibly hot but wicked blonde who dies a quick death (wish they had kept her around for a few more scenes…she really rocked that bikini!) to the mayor’s bratty son to the determined good girl and the nerd who has a crush on her. Acting is adequate and nobody embarrasses themselves, and Richard Moll adds a touch of seasoned professionalism to the proceedings as a grieving lighthouse operator who everyone thinks is crazy but is the only one who knows how the spectral predator can be stopped. “Ghost Shark” isn’t a genre classic and it’s easy enough to think of ways it could have been better, but as it stands it’s still a fun creature feature and far better than some similar films, such as the much more strenuously promoted but far inferior “Sharknado.” Anyone who enjoys b-movies and outlandish monster flicks should have a blast with “Ghost Shark.”
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Fantasy, Horror
Director Griff Furst
Writer Eric Forsberg, Griff Furst, Scott Foy
Actors Robert Aberdeen, Jayme Bohn, Eliot Brasseaux
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Film Length N/A
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Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A