The film begins with a plane full of passengers who are soon attacked by what appears to be Zombie-like Nazis flying around on sharks. The aircraft is attacked, and a horrific blood bath begins. We are then introduced to a small group of geologists who are currently investigating in the Arctic. This team soon makes a significant discovery about a laboratory where Nazis created powerful weapons during WWII. Soon mistakes are made, and an army of zombie-type sharks along with undead Nazis reappear. Only an elite team can save the planet from the undead, stopping them from taking over the world and our skies.
With a name like Sky Sharks, the plot truly speaks for itself. The film’s plot is vague, but in my opinion, when viewers seek out a film that contains Zombie-like Nazis who ride Sharks through the sky they generally will not care if this film has a plot or not. The film also includes several familiar actors who manage to appear as cameos throughout the film. I was surprised to see actor Tony Todd (best known for his role in Candyman) makes an appearance later in the movie and surprisingly sticks around for a reasonable duration. But not even his presence was able to assist in saving this film.
Even if one does not care about the plot, Sky Sharks is a new kind of disaster film which did leave me with my jaw wide open and speechless. While the story is extremely weak and vague, the film is filled with many issues. Performances, like the plot, are weak and painful to watch. Spoken words of dialogue are delivered with such low effort, and nothing here feels convincing. After a shocking blood bath that occurs in the film’s opening act, the film takes the path of being heavy with its dialogue and reveals elements, including the creation of such creatures.
While the film does use some practical effects and attempts to use fun costume designs, the overuse of CGI and green screens was too off-putting. Some scenes also include colour- type filters over the images which were an odd choice to see.
Overall, with a title like Sky Sharks, you will know what to expect. A brainless and weak plot with nothing but overuse of CGI, gore, and unnecessary amounts of forced nudity. I found this film to be rather uninteresting, and I found zero entertainment as a movie lover. There is undoubtedly an audience for this release, but Walkden Entertainment is not one of them.
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Review Written by Peter Walkden