Friday Special: Sharknado 3 : Oh Hell No! (2015/TV-14)

Yes we know our format change said no more TV reviews, but since it’s a movie and the previous two films are now streaming on Netflix, the film qualifies for a review. We’ve seen the previous two Sharknado films (E-Mod 116 Online was in its 10 year plus cold storage at the time) and we loved them. These are terrible films but they are fun to watch, much like Fifty Shades of Grey (wait we posted that review right? Oh we didn’t? Um when is that? October 13th. Well, yeah then come back for that review too!) Back on topic then, why are fuses terrible films so good? I mean honestly how long is this review so far, and we haven’t even said what the plot is about. The answer is more like what plot. It’s a Sharknado movie, there are tornados with sharks that rain down distruction on people. His time is Orlando, Florida and Universal Studios Orlando (you might remember them with our HHN 24 review.) Not much changes with these films, Fin still has a chainsaw (so that means someone gets sawed out of a shark who swallowed them. Matt Lauer and the Today show always have a small corporate synergy part (FYI Universal Studios opens at 9am, well after the main anchors of the Today show are done.) The celebrity cameos get more insane, the premise gets even more outlandish (The Hoff plays an astronaut) and this time there are sharks in space. Seriously the film could only go there because it need to be over the top. In the end get some fronds together and have some drinks, as this is perfect mindless popcorn entertainment!

Sharknado 3 : Oh Hell No! Trailer (The Asylum/2015)

On a scale of 1.0 to 5.9 got a 5.6 out of 5.9

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Review : The Last Man on Earth (2015/TV-14)

An ironclad rule of E-Mod 116 Online, if it’s about the end of the world we automatically hate your TV show or movie. We’re looking at you Walking Dead, that said now this concept is trying to be funny with The Last Man on Earth. In 2020 a virus has wiped out everyone on the planet, yeah that’s not funny, and only Will Forte is left playing some character we don’t give a crap about. This show is not only depressing, it’s painfully not funny, considering this show was directed by the same people who directed The Lego Movie we expect better. In fact we’re proud of being biased and mean spirited to TV shows were writing and posting this review after only watching 9 minuets of it. When your TV show or Movie empowers us to do that, you’ve screwed up royally.

On a scale of 1.0 to 5.9 it got a 1.0 out of 5.9