Planet of the Sharks (2016)
In the near future, glacial melting has covered 98% of earth's landmass. Sharks have flourished and now dominate the planet, operating as one massive school led by a mutated alpha shark.
REVIEW: I've not sugar coated the fact on my social media accounts and other reviews that, Zoombies and Ghosthunters aside, this has been a very disappointing year for this B-Movie fan when it comes to Asylum movies (usually one of my favorite B-Movie production companies). Honestly, one of the worst years since I first started doing reviews of Asylum movies way back in 2007. Even this year's highly-anticipated annual Sharknado entry was, IMO, the worst in that franchise.
So is Planet of the Sharks a good, well-made movie? God no. The acting is pretty dreadful across the board (made worse by some of the god awful and downright painful fake accents), the CGI of the sharks are ok some of the time, but pretty bad most of the time (also seems like just reused CG models from the Sharknado movies), and the plot makes little to no sense, with a bunch of random unrealistic technobabble thrown in to try to have it make sense.