Asylum, The, BondIt, Syfy,

Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, David Hasselhoff, Ryan Newman, Gary Busey, Tommy Davidson, Imani Hakim, Cody Linley, Masiela Lusha, Cheryl Tiegs, Cynthia Bailey, Gena Lee Nolin

After Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No ripped up the East Coast with savage wrath, it has been quiet for 5 years. But suddenly “nadoes” are popping up all over the place. There are numerous kinds of storms, sandnadoes, oilnadoes, and more, that are difficult to deal with, but the worst is the nuclear nado that is not able to be stopped with the normal tools, so the world again calls on Flynn to work with his family to quell the giant storm. The whole gang is back in this fourth installment.

Ok, perhaps SyFy doesn’t have a LOT going on, but this Sharknado thing is starting to get old. But, hey, it’s still fun to drag out all the big stars like Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, David Hasselhoff, Gary Busey, and so on, and spend a couple wasted hours watching TV. The story is getting really thin, though, although there are some pretty decent one liners, mostly taking shots at the silliness of itself. The truth is that these folks all realize they are in a campy movie, and the run with it. We feel a little like we’re in on the joke, and as a viewer, you can feel free to take some crack shots too. Everybody realizes this is not Shakespeare, so just enjoy it. I can’t blame you for passing this up, as it is amazingly stupid, but on the other hand, you shouldn’t feel bad if you want to be in on the party, as it’s harmless fun.

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Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Cassandra Scerbo, David Hasselhoff, Bo Derek, Ryan Newman, Jack Griffo, Mark Cuban, Ann Coulter, Michelle Bachmann, Jerry Springer, Chris Kirkpatrick, Kim Richards, Chris Jericho, Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson, Max Kellerman, Anthony Weiner, Frankie Muniz

Fin (Ian Ziering) is back, honored as the hero who fought and destroyed the flying sharks in Sharknado 2. His wife April (Tara Reid) is also back, but she’s expecting a child and out of the limelight, though Fin is on his way to the White House to meet with President Marcus Robbins (Mark Cuban) as a massive WALL of tornadoes is approaching the entire eastern seaboard bring sharks raining down all over the most populated cities of the country including Washington D.C. Fin and his father Gilbert (David Hasselhoff) set out to pull of a major miracle that could destroy the wall of tornadoes.

This TV movie from SyFy is the third installment of this parody movie of many great creature movies in the past. Here are my reviews of Sharknado the original film, and Sharknado 2: The Second One. As you would expect, these films are really, really BAD. In fact, that’s the entire point of the series. This one is the most ludicrous of the whole works, and the good news is that we do NOT know at the end of the film whether one of our major characters is alive or dead. Therefore it will require a Sharknado 4 sometime in 2016. There are so many cameo appearances in here that you won’t be able to count them all, and each one is a more pleasant surprise than the one before. You’ll see people here you haven’t thought of in years! Don’t expect to be wowed by the cool story. It’s the sense of humor these guy have without breaking up that is impressive. If the Three Stooges irritates the hell out of you, then this may not be your cup of tea, but if Moe clanking Larry over the head with a sledge hammer is your idea of fun, then join with me in enjoying Ian Zeering and Tara Reid and a whole bunch of non-actors hamming it up in the most ridiculous premise in history.

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