We have a new trailer for Shark Island. This comes from the folks at Victory of the People and Blue Falcon Productions. Yes, it is indeed a low-budget creature feature, although there seems to be a lot more than just sharks in the water. There are models on an island, a $ 10 million necklace up for grabs, and predators of the human variety in the mix. As the movie’s official motto goes, “The deadliest sharks aren’t even in the water.” That seems to be backed up by what we’re seeing in the trailer.

The trailer begins with a shot of the island in question, and they are not subtle. The name “Isla Tiburon” is used from the beginning. The models that have been brought to the island feel at home, doing yoga on the beach. Even with deadly predators seen swimming the high seas, things seem pretty calm at first. We learn that this island is supposedly where all sharks can trace their origins. Shortly after the photoshoot begins, all hell breaks loose. The necklace is missing. Shark attacks begin. Blood is spilled. Weapons are fired. It’s total chaos.

The film is directed by Stephen “Scruffy” Edgewood, based on a story by Daniel Zirilli. The script was written by Dustin Alexander III. Executive producers include Paul Collett and Russ Dewolf, with Dante Del Mare and Pranom Thumcha on board as producers. Co-producers are Lee Gibson and Andrew Reyes.

The main cast includes Paul Collett as Zack Maclean, Erin Alvey as Juliet Baker, and Michael Paré as Charlie. Russell Geoffrey Banks as Brett, Zara Dragon as Sky, Wayne Han as Anton, Poi Haywood as Remmy, Alexandra Merle as Nadya, Jude S. Walko as Scruffy and Selina Weismann as Dinah complete the set. The team consists of cinematographer Yan Frame and production designer Boontawee “Thor” Taweepasas. Lucia Wang edited the film. It features an original score by Jeff Faustman. Wijittra Jittrong managed the foundry.

Shark Island focuses on a group of beautiful models who are invited to an exotic location for a photoshoot. Upon arrival, they fashion a rare $ 10 million dollar necklace for a wealthy investor. Unbeknownst to them, the island is completely surrounded by deadly sharks. But it may not be the sharks in the water that need to be concerned.

This seems to come out of a fabric in the shark movie subgenre most closely related to Sharknado, although not so out of place. This, despite the exaggerated premise, is a bit more grounded in reality. Although it is not enough to put it close to the likes of Jaws, or even Open water. However, it lacks a sci-fi curve as seen in Deep blue sea. It remains to be seen where it finally ends up in the pantheon of the great (or not so great) shark movies of all time. Shark Island has no set release date yet but will be released, presumably soon, by People’s victory. Make sure to check out the trailer for yourself.

Shark Island Poster



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