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Friday, April 17, 2015

A crazed shark. Women's prison. Arkansas. Blockbuster, right?

Posted By on Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 10:07 AM



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A slow day demands the posting of a trailer from "Sharkansas Women's Prison Massacre."

Here's the rundown from Dangerous Minds:

Former underage porn actress, Traci Lords, stars in the new Jim Wynorski blockbuster, Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre. Wynorski is responsible for the best ‘80s murderous shopping-mall robot movie, Chopping Mall
and more than 40 other “quality” titles. Judging solely by the trailer, Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre promises to deliver the same standard of excellence we’ve come to expect from the prolific director. The film also stars Dominique Swain (Fall Down Dead, Nazis at the Center of the Earth.)

This is the synopsis we have:

When a fracking mishap accidentally rips apart the earth’s crust, the resulting hole opens up a gaping underground waterway to a vast and mysterious ocean somewhere deep below. Instantly, giant prehistoric sharks begin wending their way upward toward a murky bog in the heart of the Arkansas Bayou. Unfortunately for a group of female prisoners on a work detail in the swamp, the deadly sharks attack without warning – pinning a hapless group of intended victims in a small deserted cabin in the heart of the wetlands. Death may be the only means of escape!

Though Arkansas is depicted as the  setting, I'm told by in-house experts that it was filmed in Florida. Arkansas apparently is just more fitting for the imagery.

Coming soon somewhere I guess.

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