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Syfy’s ‘Swamp Shark’ gets destroyed by Kristy Swanson

SyFy’s done it again!! Ya know it seems as though the SyFy channel gets instant gratification by showing various reptile movies on their airwaves since the network is classified “science fiction..but really–SWAMP SHARK? And what’s even worse is that Kristy Swanson has a lead in this flick and the only intense scene (*note sarcasm) is when Kristy gets her hands on the mammal and slays it. How is this supposed to be considered entertainment? Perhaps they’re more in for the comedy value than anything. What’s next, a dogs head on a dinosaurs body, calling it Dinodog or Dogosaur?
YouTube Preview Image If you care, SWAMP SHARK is about lots of beautiful teenagers who are at the beach the weekend before Gator Festival. That night an animal smuggling deal goes wrong and a large sea creature escapes into a swampy backwoods river. At the McDaniel’s “Gator Shack” restaurant, a local gets mangled to bits. The town sheriff (Robert Davi) blames the carnage on the McDaniel’s “escaped” pack of gators and tries hauling them off to jail. Rachel McDaniel (Kristy Swanson) claims to have seen the fin of a shark. Rachel and her family, along with the help of a mysterious stranger, Charlie (D.B. Sweeney), take on the Swamp Shark and the law to clear their names, save Rachel’s kid sister Krystal and prevent the unwitting folks at the upcoming Gator Fest from being torn to shreds by a beast the likes of which no one has ever seen.

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