Sharknado 4 (with movie trailer)

Sharknado Forecast

Now for the weather report . . . a Sharknado watch will be in effect for SYFY fans this coming July, during which we will discover if April may go on being as lively as a June bug.

As Fin is once again in the soup, with little Gil instead of big Gil, what chaos will they swim through?

Will the Shepards get the crook? Who will be on the menu this time?

This Summer phenomenon is expected to be more campy than Adam West singing Kumbaya.

So, get your chain saw ready. If you miss out, then you will be saying, “Oh Hell No!”

Also, you might want to update your homeowner’s insurance.

Sharknado 4 is produced by The Asylum. How crazy is that?


Image Notes:

Weather-report image is an altered version of one created by a high school student.

Sharknado insurance joke from Mashable.

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  • Vagabond661

    Two words….Wizbang Pop.

  • Retired military

    Gaurenteed to be better than a rubio or Bush campaign speech.

  • WHO’S THE BUSTER

    I suggest SpellCheck for the individuals responsible for the 5 Day Outlook.

    • That person would be a high school freshman. He created the original graphic. I merely altered the right side of it.

  • Paul Hooson

    I have to deeply admire the business model of The Asylum which produces the SHARKNADO series. They proved on a small budget that they could produce economically viable movies. Normally, on a tiny budget you need to produce porn or else lose money. But, The Asylum proved they could produce “mockbuster” films, films that sound like a major film, but are cheap ripoffs and earn money. I became friends with actor Bill Oberst Jr. who played Abraham Lincoln in ABRAHAM LINCOLN VS. ZOMBIES through Wizbang Pop. Bill Oberst Jr. was one of the best Lincoln actors I had ever seen despite the absurd plot of this Asylum film.

    Trent Haaga of Full Moon Pictures is another acting and movie production legend I admire. He started with Paramount, but wanted to form his own company. Haaga is very effective as the demon clown, Killjoy in the KILLJOY films series from Full Moon. To save money, one of these films was filmed in China with American actors, but Chinese cameramen and production crew for a mere $50,000.

    A friend of mine, Howie Drummond, who was the top country DJ in Denver for many years, as well as a DJ at The Bull Country radio in Portland, as well as involved in FOOD NETWORK STAR as well as minor actor in NBC’s GRIMM, has been working on raising money to produce an independent horror film with me as the lead actor. I’ve done music as well as stand-up comedy, but I’m an unproven quantity as an actor here. Giving film a shot as a lead actor will be a challenge…

    • fustian24

      Well, I’m scared already.

      You’ve got that going for you!