2-Headed Shark Attack
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Credits
Title: 2-Headed Shark Attack
Directed by: Christopher Ray [1]
Written by: Edward DeRuiter; H. Perry Horton
Produced by: Paul Bales; Anthony Fankauser; David Michael Latt; David Rimawi
Music by: Chris Ridenhour
Cinematography: Stuart Brereton
Edited by: Rob Pallatina
Production
Distributed by: The Asylum
Released: January 17th, 2012
Rating: R
Running time: 88 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
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2-Headed Shark Attack is a low-budget American horror film blending elements of the science fiction and predatory animal genres. It was directed by Christopher Ray with a script written by Edward DeRuiter and H. Perry Horton. The movie was produced by The Asylum and was released direct-to-video on January 17th, 2012. As its title suggests, the movie involves a hapless group of boaters and scantily-clad women who fall prey to a 2-headed shark. The film stars Carmen Electra as Anne Babish, Charlie O'Connell as Professor Babish, Brooke Hogan as Kate, Christina Bach as Dana, Gerald Webb as Han, David Gallegos as Paul, Geoff Ward as Cole and Mercedes Young as Liza, as well as plenty of others who probably zigged when they should've zagged (not that it makes much of a difference when your opponent has two heads).

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  • The tagline for this film is, "1 Body, 2 Heads and 6,000 Teeth."
  • This movie was shot on-location in the Florida Keys, Florida. [3]
  • Actress Christina Bach is credited as Christina Bach Norman in this film.
  • Actress Mercedes Young is credited as Mercedes C. Young in this film.
  • Actor Casey King is credited as Casey King Leslie in this film.
  • This is Christopher Ray's fourth film as a director and his third film in the sci-fi/horror franchise.
  • This is Edward DeRuiter's second film as a screenwriter and his first film in the sci-fi/horror genre.
  • This is H. Perry Horton's second film as a screenplay writer and his second film in the horror genre. It is his first work in the sci-fi genre.
  • Originally, the design of the shark was that one head would be situated atop the other. Creature designer pushed to change the design to side-by-side heads.
  • Actress Brooke Hogan is also known as a model, pop singer and Reality-TV icon, in addition to being the daughter of World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of famer Hulk Hogan. She appeared on the TV series Hogan Knows Best, which chronicled the personal lives of Hulk Hogan and his family.

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