‘Sharknado 3’ Title And Release Date Anounced


 Sharknado 3 has recently announced its title and release date.

It seems like the cult hit Sharknado is the little stinker that could. After hitting cult status even before it premiered the film received the sequel treatment sooner than most films can ever hope. Well, now it’s going to be getting another sequel aptly titled Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

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These films are starting to sound like the fake movies you see in real movies.

The third addition to the Sharknado franchise will hit the small screen on July 22nd at 9 PM on the SyFy network. It comes to you from the good people at The Asylum studios, churning out turds like Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies and Jack the Giant Killer. 

You might be thinking, “Gosh, those movies sound a lot like other movies I’ve heard before.” Well, there’s a reason for that: The Asylum capitalizes on big name blockbusters with the hope of tricking most people into seeing their awful renditions instead. Most of the time, it’s pretty bad but occasionally you get something as hilarious as Sharknado that doesn’t completely die upon release.

For Sharknado 3 we have a lot to look forward to (not really).

From Mashable:

"“We wanted this third title to boldly go where no shark movie has gone before,” Chris Regina, senior vice president of Syfy’s program strategy, said in a press release. “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! embraces the larger-than-life irreverence that has made these movies so popular and entertaining.”"

For this film, the talents of David Hasselhoff as well as Bo Derek will be showcased. Also making their film debut (and hopefully their last) will be Mark Cuban playing the President of the U.S.A. as well as Ann Coulter as the Vice President. Noted Republican mad woman Michelle Bachmann will also make a cameo appearing as herself.