Written May 04, 2016
Sharknado was Epic on the large screen! Sharks, Tornadoes, Babes, Blood - and a midnight showing? Think Jaws meets Rocky Horror picture story! A must see for all!
Written July 24, 2016
I thought it was hilarious and over the top when I watched it on TV. The nice thing about the DVR is that you can watch the movie in smaller doses if time doesn't permit you to blow two hours in one shot. This movie was made for late at night, to be watched with lots of friends while consuming much popcorn! I can even see a drinking game coming out of this. If Sharks come to N.Y., I'll see that one too. I watched this movie knowing that it is not to be taken seriously, and I had a great time. Just realize that this movie is so bad it's good. You just have to let yourself have fun.
Written August 24, 2016
I did not catch this before it caused a sensation but saw it on its second airing on SyFy. I've never laughed so hard. This is truly a phenomenon. When given the opportunity to see it on the big screen I couldn't pass it up. I and my friends drove roughly 50 miles to Orlando to see it. I was originally worried about driving back so late, but we laughed all the way home. Thank you for bringing this to the big screen next time IMAX 3D :)
I downloaded the theme on GOOGLE PLAY, I've pre-ordered the Blu-Ray it's SHARKNADO Nuff Said!
Written October 22, 2016
Riotously horribly bad in the best possible way. Saw it on the big screen and everyone in the theater greatly enjoyed it. And "The Ballad of Sharkado" will be stuck in my head forever!
Written August 02, 2015
This movie is terrible. Absolutely wretched. And that's what makes it so great. It was envisioned as a great big joke. Sharks swimming in 3 inches of water? Sharks surviving in tornadoes? People being eaten by sharks and pulled out of their stomachs alive, despite gastrointestinal juices? Oh yeah. It's all real in this movie. A+ to Tara Reid on her terrible acting skills.