Sick of goofy shark movies like Sharknado? Award-winning filmmaker Dustin Ferguson aims to make sharks scary again with his upcoming film Los Angeles Shark Attack.
The beaches of Los Angeles have been the scene of several recent grisly mutilations. With the bodies drenched with water and scars not resembling any modern street weapon, the Police begin to suspect it’s a rogue Shark. With the Grand Opening of a new beachside resort quickly approaching and the bodies beginning to pile up, it’s up to Marine Biologist Rebecca Mattei (Brinke Stevens, “Slumber Party Massacre”) to crack the case and help local authorities capture the animal before it’s too late.
The director who is behind over 60 horror films, has multiple other films coming out this year including the documentary The Party’s Just Begun: The Legacy of Night of the Demons, Home Videos 2, RoboWoman, Ghosthouse, and Nemesis 5.
Los Angeles Shark Attack is currently running an Indiegogo campaign featuring killer perks like swag, walk on roles, and even producer credits. Check it out.
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