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    The Last Shark

    [ranking: 47]
    Vic Morrow, James Franciscus, Giancarlo Prete Great White is a 1981 Italian horror film directed by Enzo G. Castellari and starring James Franciscus and Vic Morrow.

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    Raging Sharks

    [ranking: 56]
    Vanessa Angel, Corbin Bernsen, Corin Nemec Raging Sharks is a 2005 low-budget direct-to-DVD science fiction/horror film.

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    Mega Shark Vs. Mecha Shark

    [ranking: 21]
    Debbie Gibson, Elisabeth Röhm, Christopher Judge

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    Snow Shark

    [ranking: 41]
    Jackey Hall, Sam Qualiana, Robert Bozek Snow Shark is a 2012 horror film directed by Sam Qualiana about an outrageous and spine-tingling shark that swim through frozen snow and hunt people.

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    Sharknado 2: The Second One

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    Tara Reid, Kurt Angle, Vivica A.

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    Raiders of the Lost Shark

    [ranking: 40]
    Dan Desmarais, Peter Whittaker, Kitty Kamieniecki

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This list is not the best shark movies—it's the opposite of that. While the Discovery Channel has been airing Shark Week since 1988, studios have been producing objectively awful low-budget shark movies for much longer than that. Think Sharknado was the beginning of the craze? Try a little Oscar-winner called Jaws, which became the first ever summer blockbuster when it hit theaters in 1975. On the heels (TAIL FINS?) of its success, studios the world over churned out one crappy shark horror film after another. They didn't care whether or not they had the budget for high-quality effects (they didn't), a visionary director (nope), or even a story that made sense (pshh). What they had was TEETH! And BLOOD! And SEXY TEENAGERS GETTING IMPALED BY THE SHARK'S TENTACLES OR WHATEVER!

Have you spent a lot of time watching campy shark films on SyFy? What do you look for in a shark terror movie? While some may want highly suspenseful set-ups wherein boaters may be able to escape—if only they don't make any dumb decisions—others are looking for supremely impossible hybrid shark beasts that slaughter their victims in creative ways... even their victims who are inside, several miles inland, maybe just inspecting the pipes of their own kitchen sinks. (Spoiler: That happens in Ghost Shark.) Still other audiences may want great carefully-selected casts who are performing simply for the love of the genre, not because they need the money (like seasoned thespian Carmen Electra in 2-Headed Shark Attack) or because no one else will hire them (Brooke Hogan, same film).

Do you prefer goofy plasticky models or insanely lazy and childish CGI sharks? Do you want a complicated storyline that involves one guy demanding that some other guy close the beaches, but the second guy won't because of all that $$$? Do you prefer your sharks to be science experiments gone wrong or just some enormous, natural sup

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