Beloved B-movie producer Roger Corman turns 80 next month, but he shows no sign of slowing down. Witness our first glimpse of his latest amazing movie for Syfy: Cobragator! Will this live up to the legacy of Sharktopus and Piranhaconda?
Remember SyFy’s hilariously awful 2010 film Sharktopus, or its sequel, Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda? If you enjoyed those two, you’re in luck, because a third film is coming: Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf.
Jurassic World, out tomorrow, is getting praise for its awesome dinosaur action. But it’s also getting a lot of criticism for its characters, especially the way it handles Bryce Dallas Howard. We talked to director Colin Trevorrow about how to make a monster movie in the Age of Sharktopus.
The Florida Museum of Natural History has a neat tool available on their website: an interactive map of every single (reported) shark attack, worldwide, since 1580. (There aren't nearly as many as you might think!)
While the world prepares for the onslaught of a second Sharknado movie, Conan O'Brien is about to die at the tentacles of a new Sharktopus. Plus, Gravity Falls is back for more paranormal hijinks and The Strain gets its hands bloody with a vampire autopsy. See all the details below!
Shark fans, this is your summer on Syfy. On July 30, we'll be seeing Sharknado 2, and then on August 2, Roger Corman brings you Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda.
A great cult movie is like a weird underground discovery, that feels so strange and wonderful, you suspect that you're the first person ever to appreciate it properly. But certain cult films have acquired fame and influence to rival any blockbuster, and have become part of our shared vocabulary. Here are 30 essential…
We've made some criticisms of Syfy's choices recently — but it's important to be constructive as well. Which is why we want to encourage Syfy to give us more of the Roger Corman-powered monster movie goodness that we adore. We even have a suggestion for a monster that could be the next Sharktopus.
Sharktopus is the greatest shark monster movie ever, and not just because of the awesome theme song. It speaks to our greatest philosophical and aesthetic achievements as a civilization. Don't believe me? Watch this video and you'll be convinced.
It's been a while since we've had a good schlocky direct-to-video (or direct to Syfy) feature like Sharktopus — so this new trailer for 2 Headed Shark Attack is quite possibly cause for rejoicing. This time around, Carmen Electra is the female star who's putting a nice little heart-shaped period at the end of her…
On Monday, we announced a contest whose winner would get to take home this amazing Sharktopus plushie. Winners completed a paragraph starting with this sentence: "When Sharktopus fell in love, it was a mild spring day." And here they are.
You know that the adorable, limb-chomping beast from Sharktopus was destined to be a plushie, and now you can have one of your very own. Just enter our Sharktocontest to win it, plus DVDs of Syfy classics Sharktopus and Dinoshark.
The big news, back in the day, was sequencing the human genome. It was a long, laborious process, and the resulting document was hardly a page-turner, but it meant that, if someone had the right technology, they could reconstruct human DNA from scratch. They could build a human. Now, they can build a whole lot of…
How can Syfy possibly top the awesomeness of Sharktopus? Should they even try? Maybe the answer is to abandon the water, and head onto land, with the unstoppable half-bear, half-spider: BEARANTULA! No, really. Hear us out.
Tomorrow night, at last, you'll be able to witness the glory that is Syfy original movie Sharktopus. We've seen it, and now I understand why this CGI monstrosity represents (awesomely) the end of culture as we know it.
We didn't think Sharktopus could get any better - then we saw these new clips. Eric Roberts and Roger Corman positively bring it on-screen. And the half shark, half octopus monster ain't so bad either!
You can't go wrong with Sharktopus. Roger Corman helms a movie that is a glorious celebration of giant monsters for giant monster's sake. And the sharktopus looks awesome! I especially like how it can come on land. Land sharktopus!
Sharktopus versus Dinoshark: Who would win? You asked, we answered. We interviewed B-movie legend Roger Corman about his upcoming features Dinoshark and Sharktopus. Find out how big, how long, and how many mouths these beasts have.
Syfy Channel has just greenlighted the long-awaited Sharktopus movie, to be directed by cult monster auteur Roger Corman. Will the sharktopus look like this concept design by Matt Leach? Sources inside Syfy say it will be way weirder.