Shark Exorcist full movie review - Pretty MUch What You'd Expect
Shark Exorcist (2015)
* (out of 4)
A nun is upset about something so she calls on Satan who enters a shark. This shark eventually attacks a woman, which causes her to become possessed and soon she is luring victims back to the shark. Or, something like that.
SHARK EXORCIST is a real throwback to the days when a great title and poster meant you could get your movie viewed. Director Donald Farmer has been around for a very long time and he created a great and catchy title and the poster for this film is outstanding. Both were great enough to where they would grab people's interest and make them watch the movie.
Is SHARK EXORCIST a masterpiece? No, it's a pretty bad movie on all levels. With that said, there's no doubt that the film had no budget and in all honesty I feel bad being mean to it because as awful as the film was there was some sort of low-budget charm that kept me somewhat glued to what was going on. Again, everything here is pretty bad but I give everyone involved in the film credit for actually going out there and making a movie.
I think the film could have been improved on in many aspects including the story, which just never really makes too much sense. Scenes just appear to happen for no real reason as if they were just making things up as they went along. I'm sure some nudity or a bit more of an exploitation feel would have helped as well.
Still, SHARK EXORCIST is pretty much exactly what you would expect it to be.