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Shark Night 3D review

Dumb-fun expectations with a straightforward beast-vs-co-eds tale

Directed by childactor-turned stuntman-turned-B-flick huckster David R Ellis (Snakes On A Plane), SN 3D gamely aims to deliver on dumb-fun expectations with a straightforward beast-vs-co-eds tale. Sadly, it’s hampered by a commercial coyness that skimps on the grue and cuts out celebrity skin entirely, leaving you with nothing more than a few poke-y moments and wistful memories of Piranha 3D. It’s like watching the Discovery Channel during shark week with annoying glasses on and, for some reason, a guest spot from American Idol’s Katharine McPhee

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Ken McIntyre

Ken McIntyre is a freelance writer who has spent years covering music and film. You'll find Ken in the pages of Total Film and here on GamesRadar, using his experience and expertise to dive into the history of cinema and review the latest films. You'll also find him writing features and columns for other Future Plc brands, such as Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazine.