Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark Directed by Emile Edwin Smith
Written by Jose Prendes
Starring Christopher Judge, Elisabeth RÃ¶hm, Kate Avery, Hannah Levien, Debbie Gibson The Asylum
Release Date: January 28, 2014
A new megalodon shark has surfaced in the ocean waters and it doesn’t take long for the massive shark to begin acting just like its predecessors as it begins a worldwide tour of aquatic terror. This time around though, the government is at the ready as they have built their own giant mechanical shark to combat the prehistoric monstrosity on its own turf.
Helmed by a married couple in the US Navy and powered by a KITT-inspired artificial intelligence system, the shark-shaped submarine battles it out against the Mega Shark leaving carnage, ship wrecks, and countless dead in their wake. As they study the patterns of the megalodon they realize it is headed on a crash course for Sydney where the ancient spawning grounds of the megalodons are and there is only one conclusion: it is expecting to find a mate there!
With shark-attack horror movies and spectacle documentaries continuing to move full steam ahead, The Asylum breaks out one of their most popular oversized beasts for its third outing with Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark and the series has never looked better. Here, the movie obviously takes the genre to its next stage in evolution with some kaiju-inspired and Pacific Rim riffing fun by adding robots to the mix.
The Gold Box spotlight deal of the day over at Amazon today is the Stargate SG-1 Complete Season DVDs for $13.99 each (that’s 65% off the list price of $39.98). You can choose any/all of the 10 individual season DVDs for this price.
Note, this sale is only for today, Friday October 15, 2010, while supplies last.
This is a great deal if you need to complete your collection or perhaps want to jump onto the popular scifi series, Stargate SG-1, which stars Richard Dean Anderson, Christopher Judge, and Sanctuary‘s Amanda Tapping.
Also, I noticed that the price on the Stargate SG-1 – The Complete Series Collection has been drastically reduced to $93.99 (down 53% from the list price of $199.98). The lowest I’ve ever seen this box set drop to was $131.99, so this is truly a steal at this point — 10 season DVDs, along with tons (seriously tons) of bonus features, this works out to around $9.40 per season if you buy the entire package. That’s crazy!!!