|Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus|
Whoever wins... we lose!
|Title||Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus|
|Directed by||Christopher Ray|
|Written by||Naomi L. Selfman; Micho Rutare|
|Produced by||David Rimawi; David Michael Latt; Paul Bales|
|Music by||Chris Ridenhour|
|Edited by||Joe Montesinos|
|Distributed by||The Asylum|
|Release date(s)||December 21st, 2010|
|Running time||88 min.|
|Preceded by||Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (2009)|
Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus is an American sci-fi/horror film of the giant animal subgenre. It was directed by Christopher Ray and written by Naomi L. Selfman based on a story by Micho Rutare. The film was produced by The Asylum and released direct-to-video on December 21st, 2010. The film stars Gary Stretch, Jaleel White, Sarah Lieving, Robert Picardo, Gerald Webb and Dylan Vox.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Film ratings certificate #46526.
- Production on Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus began on August 21st, 2010. Filmed in only thirteen days, principal filming wrapped on September 2nd, 2010. It was shot at Asylum Studios in Los Angeles, California. Location shots were filmed at Bronson Canyon in Griffith Park in Los Angeles.
- The tagline for the film, "Whoever wins... we lose!" is not even remotely original. It was first used in the 2004 sci-fi monster-mash film Alien vs. Predator.
- A reference to the 1982 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is made in this film. A female Naval officer named Khan is in command of a submarine called the USS Reliant. In Wrath of Khan, Khan Noonien Singh captures a Federation starship called the SS Reliant.
- Nigel Putnam's final line in the movie, "I just got a call from Japan. Giant lizard", is a reference to Godzilla, the infamous mutant dinosaur from Toho's popular Japanese film series.
- Director Christopher Ray is the son of famed exploitation director Fred Olen Ray. Christopher also directed the 2009 film Reptisaurus.
- Actor Jaleel White is best known for playing the role of annoying nerd Steve Urkel on the television sitcom series Family Matters.
- Actor Robert Picardo is best known for his work in the sci-fi genre, specifically the Star Trek and Stargate TV franchises, but he is also known for playing serial killer werewolf Eddie Quist in the Joe Dante's 1981 film The Howling.
|Gary Stretch||Nigel Putnam|
|Jaleel White||Doctor Terry McCormick|
|Sarah Lieving||Agent Hutchinson|
|Robert Picardo||Admiral Calvin|
|Dyaln Vox||CWO Butowski|
|Bobby Ray Shafer||Charlie Ross|
|Michael Gaglio||Captain Smalls|
|Yoshie Morino||News reporter|
|Peter Trenholm Smith||USS Carter sub commander|
|Rachel Riley||USS Carter sub tech #1|
|Colby Clayton Lemaster||USS Carter sub tech #2|
|Sheun McKinney||USS Carter sub sonar tech|
|Kevin Yarbrough||USS Omaha officer|
|Louie Allen||USS Omaha sonar tech #1|
|Jessica Irvine||USS Omaha sonar tech #2|
|Kaiwi Lyman||USS Argonaut officer|
|Sky Adams||Sonar tech #1|
|Brandon Slagle||Sonar tech #2|
|Mark DeLisle||Communications officer|
|Erica Duke||Aircraft carrier tech|
|John A. Lorenz||Enrique|
|Jayson Matthews||Fighter pilot|
|Tiffany Cole||USS Invincible researcher|
|Darin Cooper||Commander Vail|
|Harmony Blossom||Blue bikini babe|
|Jackson Meehan||Kid on beach #1|
|Cody Meehan||Kid on beach #2|
|Ashley Carr||Nuclear tech #1|
|Jose Montesinos||Nuclear tech #2|
|Eugene Mosley||Turkey post supervisor|
|Sally Elpchick||Officer Morgan|
|Amara Grace||Naval officer|
|Michael McLaughlin||Sonar tech|
|Jessica Joan Salazar||Red bikini babe|
|Gregory Paul Smith||Navy cadet|
|Michael London||Drunk in bar|
The year in film Edit
Other films that were released in 2010 include:
External Links Edit
- Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus at Wikipedia
- Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus at The Asylum
- Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus at AllRovi.com
- Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus at Rotten Tomatoes