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6-Headed Shark Attack (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

6-Headed Shark Attack (2018)

6-Headed Shark Attack is a TV movie starring Brandon Auret, Thandi Sebe, and Cord Newman. Attendees of a marriage boot camp on a remote island have to fight a 6-headed shark that attacks the beach.

IMDB: 3.82 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.08G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 86
  • IMDB Rating: 3.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for 6-Headed Shark Attack (2018) 720p

Attendees of a marriage boot camp on a remote island have to fight a 6-headed shark that attacks the beach.


The Director and Players for 6-Headed Shark Attack (2018) 720p

[Director]Mark Atkins
[Role:]Naima Sebe
[Role:]Cord Newman
[Role:]Thandi Sebe
[Role:]Brandon Auret


The Reviews for 6-Headed Shark Attack (2018) 720p


Fun and enjoyable killer shark creature featureReviewed bykannibalcorpsegrinderVote: 9/10

Arriving at a marriage boot-camp, a team hoping to rebuild their relationship instead find a multi-headed, nearly invulnerable shark created through a series of experiments patrolling the waters and must find a way to trust themselves in order to save each and get away alive.

This was quite a decent and enjoyable effort. A lot of what really works for this one is the fact that the film really plays up the action of the creature on-screen. The fact that this one features plenty of nice creature action early sets the stage for the big confrontations within here from the first ambush on the boat back in the past to the early appearance swallowing the rafters and finally attacking the group out on their exercise in the middle of the ocean forcing them to have to swim back to the shore with the creature coming for them. The great idea of moving the shark onto dry-land in order to chase the victims through the logical method of using its dorsal heads to walk around and chase them onto the sand is quite the novel idea which comes to help out the fun of the finale. As this all gives the film a chance to show off its great shark design alongside plenty of nice gore, there's a lot to like here. The other big plus here is the fact that there's some great work to be done here with the whole setup of the film. The concept of the people being stranded on the island with the whole marriage council retreat in the middle of the ocean is a fine concept which doesn't really come up all that often and has a creative air in the form of isolating a group of people together in order to unleash the chaos of the attacks. On top of that, the idea of the creatures' conception is handled rather nicely by going for a pretty naturalistic route here in terms of it being a naturally-occurring mutation that sprung up in the area with the early hints here nicely setting the stage for what's to come involving the actual discovery about its true origins. The replicating ability it possesses is worked into the film rather nicely and works as another rather enjoyable element to the film. Coupled with the nice blood and gore featured here, there's a lot to like here that holds it up over it's few flaws. The main problem with the film is the fact that it manages to introduce a few too many outside plotlines that aren't really needed here. The addition of the ex-wife is only there simply so that the redemption angle can be fulfilled as well as adding more bodies to the fray, while the inclusion of the weather storm affecting the island doesn't add anything to the overall presentation so it doesn't make sense to be an extra added obstacle when it's dumped seconds later in the race to get away. Likewise, for as much fun as the concept of the marriage retreat actually is in the scope of the story, not enough is really done with the concept here since way too little is known about the group as for why they're at the location since it drops the shark so early in the story. It's in the middle of the second exercise that it attacks which is great for the pacing yet never allows this one to really exploit its main premise. As well as some stodgy CGI in places that really didn't require it, namely in the blood-splatter on the victims, these here are what hold it back.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Language.

Six times the shark carnageReviewed byTheLittleSongbirdVote: 3/10

Have made no secret in the past of intensely disliking, and even outright hating a lot, a vast majority of The Asylum's and SyFy's (near-universally maligned for good reason) output, though there is curiosity as to whether they are capable of making something good and something compulsive about their output's badness. Admittedly, both The Asylum and SyFy do have a small group of watchable films and the occasional (big emphasis on that word) above average one, unfortunately outweighed by the lacklustre at best and often dreadful films they churn out.

Before anybody gets defensive, am well aware that films like '6-Headed Shark Attack' are not ones to be taken seriously. Have seen my fair share of low-budget shark films, and any other kind of low-budget creature film, and will admit to finding some guilty fun in some of them (i.e. the first two 'Sharknado' films). There are far worse shark films than '6-Headed Shark Attack' and it is actually the least bad of the '...Headed Shark Attack' films.

Sadly '6-Headed Shark Attack' is just too borderline amateurish to accept as a guilty pleasure, where nearly everything is just poor quality that it's insulting and there is nowhere near enough fun, intentional or unintentional, moments. Generally the series has gotten marginally better with each film but it still feels like the series has worn thin and gone too far. Was not expecting anything intelligent here, am well versed now to know that it is not that kind of film, but it does feel like it was made by somebody who didn't know how to give a film brains, so much so that it'll make the viewer feel dumb and that is not a nice sensation to feel watching a film. It also looked like not a lot of heart went into it either.

'6-Headed Shark Attack' does have a couple of redeeming qualities, which the other '...Headed Shark Attack' films didn't, 5 did have one but just the one. The opening scene was actually pretty entertaining, something that put the viewer in the mood for some very dumb but guilty pleasure fun.

Megan Oberholzer and Thandi Sebe agreed do come off serviceably considering what was given to them. They at least try and don't look like they're trying too hard.

Unfortunately, it rapidly fell downhill, where ridiculousness and cheapness amongst other things were taken to extremes.

Visually, '6-Headed Shark Attack' is absolutely no improvement on the previous '...Headed Shark Attack' films and is yet another low-budget shark attack film that looks cheap and like it was made with no budget, heart or enthusiasm. Any nice scenery that the movie has is difficult to appreciate when the movie is shot in such a drab way and when it's edited so amateurishly that bacon-slicer-like editing looks more refined. Worst of all in this regard are the effects, as it was made on low-budget it would have been forgiven a little if it was not great, but when the effects for the shark look as if no effort was given in making them without looking so goofy and unfinished-looking that is hard to ignore.

The opening scene apart, so is the shark's lack of presence or personality, it's not menacing, it's not scary and it's not fun, it's not even strong enough to bring any unintentional humour or goofiness, that's how bland it is. The music is very generic and adds very little, it's not always appropriate either and quite a lot of it is actually pretty annoying.

Writing ranges between incredibly bad to appalling. Any comedy is incredibly forced and is so cheesy it is enough to make the eyes roll in disbelief, while the more serious moments are very awkwardly written and as trite as anybody can possibly go. Regarding the shark attacks, some are rushed, others are badly drawn out. They lack any kind of suspense and the over-silliness to the point of intelligence-insulting stupidity, terrible shark effects, bad editing and even more gratuitous gore further cheapen them.

To describe the story as weak is being too insulting to the word weak, it is a very lethargically paced and thin as ice story with lots of padding that is either badly written or serves no point at all to the movie, other than attempts at novelty value, which falls flat on its face because it all feels so tired. It is not fun, it is not scary and it is not thrilling or suspenseful, it's just nothing but tired stupidity.

As for the characters, that they're tired cliches isn't so much a problem, the problem is that they are either obnoxious with them constantly doing stupid things, so bland that it makes zombies seem more animated or both. Some of them are superfluous to the story or come and go out of nowhere constantly. The direction is as flat as a pancake, and the acting is amateur hour awful from the rest of the cast. The film may not unforgivably waste dependable seasoned actors (because there aren't really any), like '3-Headed Shark Attack' did with Danny Trejo, but that doesn't stop the painful mix of blandness and histrionics.

In summary, apart from one entertaining scene and two serviceable performances, even when taking it for what it was meant to be, this was very lame. 3/10 Bethany Cox

Just Awful..Reviewed byBatmanFunReviews2018Vote: 1/10

Attendees of a marriage boot camp on a remote island have to fight a 6-headed shark that attacks the beach. You don't need to be some professional critic or some big movie star as a whole to understand that this movie was meant to blow right? I mean '6-Headed Shark Attack' is one truly awful movie that makes 'Jaws: The Revenge' a proud dad since it's just as bad especially in terms of perfomances and of course the silly looking and horrible cgi that it was used upon the sharks and the overall kills as a whole as well also so just avoid this and just skip it really.

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