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Sand Sharks (2011) Review

The small town of White Sands is terrorized by a new breed of animal – Sand Sharks – which can swim through sand and attack their prey. The town’s sheriff, Julie Valentine, is determined to find out what is behind the attacks and stop them before anyone else is killed.

As she investigates, Julie discovers that the sharks are being created by a mad scientist, Dr. Roman, who is using them to get revenge on the townspeople who he believes have wronged him. With the help of her deputy, Matt, and a marine biologist, Rachel, Julie sets out to stop Roman and his sharks before it’s too late.

Sand Sharks is a 2011 American horror film directed by Mark Atkins and starring Corin Nemec, Brooke Hogan and Ashley Park.

The film follows a group of friends who travel to the Bahamas for a spring break vacation. However, their fun is cut short when they find themselves being hunted by a school of giant, man-eating sharks.

Sand Sharks is a fun and entertaining horror film that is sure to please fans of the genre. The film’s cast is likable and the sharks are suitably menacing. The film’s pacing is a little slow at times, but overall, Sand Sharks is a fun and entertaining ride.

So, if you’re a fan of giant man-eating sharks, then you’ll want to check out Sand Sharks. Just don’t expect to be too scared.

Movie Details
Director: Mark Atkins
Writer: Cameron Larson
Actors: Corin Nemec, Brooke Hogan, Vanessa Lee Evigan, Eric Scott Woods, Gina Holden, Hilary Cruz, Julie Marie Berman, Jack Kennedy, Roberto Aguire
Release Year: 2011