2-Headed Shark Attack (2012) Carmen Electra, Charlie O'Connell, Brooke Hogan, Christina Bach, Gerald Webb, David Gallegos, Geoff Ward Movie Review

2-Headed Shark Attack (2012)   1/51/51/51/51/5

2-Headed Shark Attack (2012) starring Carmen Electra

2 Heads Aren't Better than One

Professor Babish (Charlie O'Connell) and his wife Anne (Carmen Electra) are heading up a college course at sea for those studying marine biology, although it is clear that most have signed on the course because of the chance at having fun at sea and studying another form of biology with most of the girls wearing bikinis. But their boat hits trouble after first hitting a dead shark and then getting attacked by a unique 2-headed shark. Stranded at sea the Professor takes the students by dinghy to the safety of a nearby atoll whilst Anne and Captain Laura (Morgan Thompson) stay with the boat. But the atoll proves not to be a safe haven as a series of earthquakes cause it to collapse.

I want to thank the people at "The Asylum" who are behind "2-Headed Shark Attack" and many after equally badly named movies because as someone who watches a lot of movies once in a while I just want something unapologetically bad to watch. And unapologetically bad is exactly what "2-Headed Shark Attack" is, a tacky shark movie with incredibly bad special effects and a cast of well endowed young women who spend the entire movie in bikinis and spewing out poor dialogue in the least convincing manner. There is no denying that "2-Headed Shark Attack" is bad but what an enjoyably bad distraction it is.

To be honest there is not much point in trying to write a serious review of "2-Headed Shark Attack" as I doubt anyone in their right mind needs to know the ins and outs of what goes on. So instead I am just going to point a few things out from the fact that when ever someone walks down stairs they do so in such away that there arms reach above them and they shake there hair as if they are on a photo shoot, oh I am talking about the women in bikinis. Talking of which I don't remember the last time I saw so many women in bikinis which look like they will burst open at any moment. But then the voluminous amount of cleavage ends up being a distraction to the constantly terrible acting which when I tell you Carmen Electra has done better really tells you how poor the acting is. I could go on but I will just say "2-Headed Shark Attack" is terrible yet entertaining if all you want is some shallow distraction.

What this all boils down to is that "2-Headed Shark Attack" is probably the worst creature feature I have watched in a long time. Yet at the same time it delivers the shallow entertainment you expect.

Tags: Shark Movies