We could not have a big-budget, studio-produced shark film coming our manner this summer season. No Jaws ripoff. No Deep Blue Sea sequel. No 47 Meters Down. However we do have the newest from filmmaker Tim Ritter titled Sharks of the Corn. Is it on the large finances aspect of issues? No. However it’s a riff on Stephen King’s Kids of the Corn, however with sharks in it. The title just isn’t what one would possibly name refined, as evidenced by the trailer. Per the studio, “This movie delivers everything you expect from Tim as well as everything you expect from a shark movie… in a corn field. It’s a match made in heaven!”
The trailer opens with a person worshipping on the altar of some shark tooth earlier than he places on a masks that, unsurprisingly, additionally options shark tooth. We additionally get a number of pictures of cornfields with individuals operating via them, in a single case operating away from a plastic shark toy. There may be additionally a surprisingly large explosion and even a suspicious man in a swimsuit. The trailer is shockingly mild on dialogue, as a substitute counting on imagery to get the purpose throughout. Even so, it is made clear what potential viewers are signing up for right here.
In Sharks of the Corn, unusual issues are taking place in Druid Hills, Kentucky, which is primarily identified for its giant corn output. Victims of monsters in cornfields are beginning to crop up and witnesses are saying there are “large Great White sharks swimming in the corn stalks.” In the meantime, serial killer Teddy Bo Lucas is arrested for killing dozens of individuals utilizing shark jaws and tooth as weapons. Chief Vera Scheider [Shannon Stockin] is caught within the center, trying to determine if her lacking twin sister Lorna is certainly one of them. When Teddy agrees to take her to certainly one of his burial websites in a cornfield, a loopy chain of occasions unfolds that no one is ready for. The Druid Hills townsfolk are pitted in opposition to an outrageous shark worshipping cult that’s planning to take over the world, one cornfield at a time. And their primary protectors are jaw-snapping Sharks of the Corn.
Government Producer Ron Bonk presents director Tim Ritter reuniting with producers Larry Joe Treadway and Al Nicolosi for the primary time in lots of a long time. The studio describes the film as a “demented mixmash of humor, terror, and pure adrenaline rush shark motion!” They’re additionally referring to it as “the shark movie of the year.” Although that will, ultimately, be the case by default.
Those that are considering selecting up a bodily copy of the film could have the possibility to take action, however in extraordinarily restricted provide. The studio is producing the Sharks of the Corn on each Blu-ray and, consider it or not, VHS. Solely 200 Blu-rays and 25 VHS will probably be bought in whole. Make sure you take a look at the brand new trailer for your self. Sharks of the Corn is about to be launched on July 6. These considering buying a replica can head on over to SRSCinemaStore.com.