Sharkenstein full movie review - Shark experiments gone horribly wrong...
I was initially intrigued by the somewhat interesting and nicely made movie cover for "Sharkenstein", but when I started to watch it I knew that this was going to be a stinker. It is hard to fathom that movies like this are still being made, and we are now writing 2016.
I made it 10 minutes into the movie before I was ready to end it all. I just gave up out of sheer hopelessness and a lack of will to go on. This movie was bad, unbelievably bad in every aspect.
The CGI animated shark was so poorly made that it was a literal eyesore to witness. And with CGI effects so poor, a creature feature is just doomed to fail horribly.
The acting in the movie was as to be expected. It was wooden, rigid and stiff at best. And from the 10 minutes I watched, then I just knew that there was not going to be anyone capable of salvaging this train wreck of a movie.
I will not be giving "Sharkenstein" a second chance, because there literally is nothing entertaining or worth wasting an hour and thirteen minutes on here. Sure, it had a really good movie cover, but it just proves that you can't judge a movie by its cover!
It is rare that I actually give up on a movie. Which just indicates that a movie has to be unfathomably horrible and boring, which was the case with "Sharkenstein".
Stay well clear of this one.