Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, along come weaponized sharks that have escaped from a secret military lab, genetically engineered and programmed to hunt any human within range. There goes the vacation!
In Raiders of the Lost Shark, two wildlife conservation officers (or were they security guards? It was hard to tell) violate workplace protocol by bringing over their attractive girlfriends for some on-the-job hanky-panky. They decide to go for a swim and then…
No spoilers there, but given the title. You pretty much know what you’re in for. And you better believe that includes lots of carnage!
Meanwhile, at a nearby college, one Professor Reynolds, an oceanographer whose sister was involved in a terrible undersea mishap years earlier, tells her students that 20-million-year old giant megalodons could still be extant.
But in Raiders of the Lost Shark, they do one better: the shark is a fresh-water dweller. And it can fly!
It’s campy, it’s low budget, there are babes a plenty, ineffectual authority figures and a salty sea captain.
And It’s exactly the kind of fare we routinely review on this site (because we love to and it’s our duty).
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