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Global Warming 'Dinoshark' To Bite SyFy March 13th

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dinosharkGlobal Warming is once more exposing society to the horrors of creatures trapped in melting ice. At least, according to Hollywood — which is set to debut Dinoshark on the SyFy channel.

If you haven’t guessed already, here’s the rough plotline for the movie:

“Global warming causes the glaciers to break apart,” Director Roger Corman said of his latest opus. “We start the picture with real beautiful shots of the glaciers falling into the ocean. The unborn egg of the Dinoshark that has been frozen for millions of years is released.”

But it gets better. After Dinoshark, Corman is prepping another movie for the network called Sharktopus!

“The U.S. Navy has commissioned a group called Blue Water to genetically engineer a half-shark, half-octopus to help combat Somali pirate ships,” Corman says. “Then things go wrong. It’s fairly difficult to believe, but we only ask the audience to accept this one thing. After that, we take great care that everything else is logical from then on and is something that could happen.”

I love it. Dinoshark premieres on the SyFy network March 13th.

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