Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark is a monster/disaster movie made by the sanctuary in 2014 that was directly video recorded. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on January 28, 2014. The film is the sequel of “Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus” and “Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus”, and is the third in the “Mega Shark” movie series. This is the directorial debut of Emile Edwin Smith, played by Christopher Judge and Elisabeth Röhm, and Debbie Gibson from the first film Played as Emma MacNeil.

Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark
Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

A tugboat towing a huge iceberg arrived in Alexandria, Egypt. Suddenly, the iceberg shattered and released Megalodon from the suspension animation. The Mega Shark began its reign of terror by turning the tug into the air until it crashed and beheaded the sphinx head hundreds of miles away in Giza. After the incident, many countries in the world blocked their ports and banned fishing, which had a negative impact on the global economy where the giant longan is threatening the ocean. At the same time, there are rumors that the United Nations has put forward a proposal to develop a weapon against sharks.

In Pearl Harbor, Jack Turner and Rosie Gray were assigned to pilot the “Mecha Shark”, a new prototype submarine similar to a megalodon. However, Jack is skeptical of the untested prototype because it is not equipped with a special AI. Name it “Nero”. Later, on the aircraft carrier USS Charles Davis, Admiral Engelberg was warned by Dr. Emma McNeill that the aggressiveness of Megalodon was attributed to its search for a mate. After the Virginia Navy aircraft carrier confirmed the presence of Megalodon in the South China Sea, Charles Davis and the Mecha Shark traveled to Virginia to meet.

Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark
Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

Rosie boarded the mecha shark and hit the mega shark with a tracking projectile. Virginia launched a torpedo and hit a shark. Rosie fired a torpedo at the megalodon, but before the Shark damaged the prototype, she inadvertently sank Virginia. After the operation failed, Jack installed Nero on Mecha Shark’s computer. At the same time, Megalodon attacked the AR Event Horizon oil platform off the coast of Australia, causing a devastating oil spill.

After Rosie and Nero killed it with Megalodon, they brought the mecha shark back underwater, but they found that the oil pipeline in the area was damaged. Jack and Engleberg (Adm. Engleberg) debated the decision to close the pipeline or continue to pursue the mega shark. Rosie used the Mecha Shark to seal the leak by crushing the damaged pipe before continuing his efforts.

The Megalodon sank into the air, sinking a commercial airliner, but the mecha shark rushed into the air, settled it and returned to the sea. In the ensuing battle, the tracking projectile fell from the body of the Megalodon. Rosie fired a torpedo at the mega shark, but it slapped it at Charles Davis’ fleet with its tail fin, sinking one of the ships.

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Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark
Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

The mecha shark followed Megalodon into the trench; Rosie fired another torpedo, causing the torpedo to slide, taking the submarine off the plane and stun Rosie. A few minutes later, Nero’s system restarted and informed Jack that the mecha shark was stuck between a few rocks, but it managed to explode the debris. Megalodon attacked the aircraft carrier James Stewart, which is undergoing field testing of its high-frequency transmitter. Jack and Engleberg (Adm. Engleberg) tell James Stewart the crew to turn off the launcher. The attack was temporarily stopped, but the Megalodon jumped to intercept the fighter and smashed the aircraft carrier in the process.

Asylum released the trailers of “Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark” via YouTube on December 6, 2013. The film was released on Blu-ray on January 28, 2014. The Blu-ray release includes audio commentary by director Emile Smith, writer Jose Prendes and actor Christopher Judge. This is a six-minute “production “Feature films and previews of other films in the Asylum.

Directed by
Emile Edwin Smith

Writing Credits
H. Perry Horton (screenplay)
Jose Prendes (story and screenplay)

Cast
Christopher Judge as Jack Turner
Elisabeth Röhm as Rosie
Matt Lagan as Admiral Engleberg
Paul Anderson as Nero (voice)
Debbie Gibson as Emma MacNeil
Fiona Hardingham as Mom
Hannah Levien as Sandy
Emma Rose Maloney as Stacy
Steve Hanks as Captain Reynolds
Simon Barbaro as Hogan
Marshall Dunn as Heath
Colin Flynn as Chet

David Salsa as Davis
Robert Sisko as Captain Thrace
Alain Ligonde as Executive Officer Pollack (as Alain Gerard)
Benjamin Ballarin as Soldier #1
Phil Biedron as French News Reporter
Luca Bello as Flight Officer
Andrew Bongiorno as Captain Perkins
Beejan Land as Roy
Lance Buckner as Captain Zane
Janet Cao as Chinese News Reporter
Vincent Cusimano as Co-Pilot

Delanie Fischer as Sailor (as Delanie Fisher)
Cameron Gordon as Air Traffic Control
Brett Lorenzini as Soldier #2
Kate Avery as Sergeant Brooks (as Kathryn Avery)
David O’Donnell as Cummings
Jill Hagara as US News Reporter
Sylvia Panacione as Italian News Reporter
Natalie Pellegrini as British News Reporter
Jordan R Jackson as Soldier #3 (as Jordan R. Jackson)
Jonez Jones as Fighter pilot (as Todd Jones)

Bill Voorhees as Captain Hanson
Billy Walker as Transport Driver
Matt Wool as Deck Captain Wallace
Keisha Shadè Akinyemi as Extra
Robert Daniels as Background (crushed man)
Samantha Ketcherside as Sidewalk screamer (as Sam Ketcherside)
Steve Troublesome Castillo as Tourist (uncredited)
Ozzie Devrish as Fisherman (uncredited)
Derek Easley as Mecha Shark Victim (uncredited)
Patrice Gibbs as Tourist (uncredited)
Hans Hernke as Cruiser Crewman (uncredited)
Steve Huang as Austrailian Special Operations Commando (uncredited)
Terry F. Smith as Boater (uncredited)

Release Dates
USA : 28 January 2014
Japan : 18 May 2014 (Qualite Fantastic Cinema Collection)
Japan : 2 July 2014 (DVD premiere)
Netherlands : 7 August 2014 (DVD premiere)
Germany : 8 August 2014 (DVD and Blu-ray premiere)
Japan : 8 August 2014 (Asylum Festival)
Italy : 27 August 2014 (DVD premiere)
Sweden : 5 November 2014 (DVD premiere)
Finland : 18 March 2015 (video premiere)
France : 7 April 2015 (DVD and Blu-ray premiere)

Also Known As
(original title) : Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
Finland : Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
Finland (TV title) : Megahai vs. Robohai
Germany : Mega Shark vs. Mechatronic Shark
Greece (poster title) : Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
Greece : Μέγα-Καρχαρίας Εναντίον Μηχανικού Καρχαρία
Japan (Japanese title) : メガ・シャークVSメカ・シャーク
Poland : Megarekin kontra mecharekin
Poland (TV title) : Starcie potworow
Romania : Ucigaşul din adâncuri
Russia : Мега-акула против Меха-акулы
Spain : Megatiburón contra mecatiburón
UK : Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
USA (DVD box title) : Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark

Filming Locations
Los Angeles, California, USA
Long Beach, California, USA
(final scenes)

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