Kicking off this month’s Free Film of The Week comes a madness-infused sharksploitation extravaganza. Whether it be a Roger Corman classic or an Italian shark fest, Findor’s free films will surely keep you off the beach and glued to the television! This month’s Free Film of the Week titles include:
Of Shark and Man (2015). A thirty-two-year-old man, trapped in a dead-end job in England’s industrial north, his life going nowhere, gambles everything to tell an inspiring untold story, a story which finds him in the middle of a feeding frenzy with sixty of the world’s most dangerous sharks.
Deep Blood (1990). Shot on location in Florida surf and Rome swimming pools, Director Joe D’Amato combines ’80s teen movie cliches and Native American mysticism with stupefying dialogue, over-the-top performances and shark footage that Bruno Mattei would later swipe for CRUEL JAWS to create what Oh, The Horror! calls a weird, demented experience that begs to be discovered and embraced.
She Gods of Shark Reef (1958). In this Roger Corman directorial classic, two brothers, one wanted for murder, are shipwrecked on an island inhabited by nubile young women who have amassed a valuable cache of pearls. Perfectly cheesy Summertime viewing!
Shark (1969). In this late 1960s Samuel Fuller classic, Burt Reynolds plays Caine, a gunrunner who becomes stranded in a small port in the Red Sea. He meets a seductive woman who propositions him to dive into shark-infested waters off the coast for scientific research. However, when Caine realizes the woman and her partner are actually treasure hunters, the action starts to heat up both above and below the water.
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