Great White Is a New Shark Horror Film

There’s a new shark horror film in town, titled Great White. The film stars Katrina Bowden, who earlier has been part of films like Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil. She is most famous for her role as Cerie in 30 Rock. Michael Boughen writes the film and Martin Wilson directs. Reports say that the film is based on true events.  Bowden plays Kaz Fellows, a woman who operates a seaplane taking passengers out on short tourist excursions along with her boyfriend Charlie Brody. They end up stranded when two great white sharks attack them. The horror film also stars Tim Kano, Kimie Tsukaskoshi and Te Kohe Tuhaka. Great White is set to release in 2021.

There aren’t many shark horror films after Jaws 4 ended the timeline. Post that, there have been here and there shark horror films like The Meg and Sharknado, but nothing to really write home about. Another interesting thing that I found out in my research, is that the Ramsays tried to make a creature horror film in India, back in the day. That film’s titled is  Maut Ka Saaya. Unfortunately, that film never released. The theater posters hint at the film being about a creature attacking couples. India has had another creature horror film, Creature 3D, starring Bipasha Basu and Imran Abbas. That film opened to bad critic reviews. The most criticized aspect was the 3D creature, supposed to be the main villain in the film. Other than that, we don’t really have a film about a shark in the sea attacking seafarers.

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Roy D'Silva loves nicely made horror films,books and series. He has spent a lifetime covering various entertainment beats and has finally found his calling covering the paranormal/supernatural/horror fiction beat.

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