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Published August 12th 2012
This Year, Spring Break Really Bites
Spring Break: Shark Attack
Spring Break: Shark Attack (Also known as Dangerous Waters: Shark Attack) is a campy B-grade "death from the deep" thriller, directed by Paul Shapiro, which comes off as the love child of Jaws and Girls Gone Wild.
Starring Shannon Lucio, Riley Smith and Justin Baldoni, Spring Break: Shark Attack follows the character of Danielle, an extremely sheltered young teenage girl, who sneaks out and travels to Florida to join her two best friends, Karen and Alica for college Spring Break. Danielle gets her first real taste of freedom, going to parties, living it up on the beaches, falling in love with a local nice boy by the name of Shane and attracting unwanted attention from an absolute sleazebag only known as J.T.
Danielle's older brother, Charlie is also in Florida, but not for the purposes of Spring Break, he is a marine biologist investigating a new man-made reef system, where half eaten turtles have started washing up on shore and several swimmers have begun to disappear and he soon discovers that a ridiculously massive school of hungry, man-eating tiger sharks have been attracted to the area and it's up to Charlie to lure the sharks back out to sea before the sharks come back for another feeding frenzy of epic proportions!
Spring Break: Shark Attack is a fun "death from the deep" film, filled with feeding frenzies, thousands of fins sticking out from the surf and lots of hot babes in bikinis.
Spring Break: Shark Attack is rated M for mature audiences as it contains moderate violence and was originally released on DVD in 2007.