Legendary B-movie director Mark Polonia returns again to helm another installment in the Jurassic Shark franchise. After previously directing Jurassic Shark 2, Polonia is back to direct the third entry in the series, Jurassic Shark 3: Seavenge.
Known for cult shark films like Sharkenstein (2016), Sharkula (2017), Jaws vs. Sharktopus (2017), and Shark Exorcist (2017), Polonia is no stranger to over-the-top shark horror.
In Jurassic Shark 3: Seavenge, Polonia brings back the massive prehistoric Megalodon shark to terrorize a new group of people stranded at sea. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…the Megalodon is back with a vengeance!
The new movie sees the Megalodon on another rampage, picking off hapless victims one by one as it continues its reign of terror. Nowhere and no one is safe from the beast’s insatiable hunger for human flesh.
Jurassic Shark 3: Seavenge follows a reporter, cameraman, and a group of thieves who band together to stop the Megalodon after it emerges again to seek revenge against them. They must work as a team to take down the aquatic killing machine and make it out of the ordeal alive.
Jurassic Shark 3: Seavenge hits digital and DVD platforms on June 13. The release will include special features like an audio commentary, scene selection, and trailers.
The Jurassic Shark franchise is known for its campy fun and over-the-top shark attack scenes featuring lots of blood and guts. B-movie fans and creature feature enthusiasts can expect plenty of humorously horrific shark action in this third installment, which looks to continue and expand on everything viewers have come to love about the low-budget series.
Fans of over-the-top shark horror rejoice, the Megalodon is back and Mark Polonia looks to deliver another riotous entry in his shark attack franchise, continuing the legacy of campy creature carnage he first unleashed in 2016’s Sharkenstein.
Whatever you do, don’t go back in the water – the Megalodon is hunting again. Once the Megalodon has your scent, escape is hopeless.