Shark Week is almost upon us. Tubi TV has some great shark related movies available to stream free.
Here’s a look at what B-movie fun is lurking below the surface on Tubi TV:
- Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness (2015): This mockmentary looks at the man behind the Sharknado franchise, director David Moore.
- Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus (2009): The original in the series from The Asylum goes big in the battle between two enormous creatures.
- Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus (2010): What happens when the mega shark is pitted against an equally huge crocodile?
- Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark (2014): Can a mechanical shark beat the huge creature terrorizing the planet?
- Mega Shark vs. Kolossus (2015): This time, it’s the giant shark versus a Cold War-era robot.
- 2 Headed Shark Attack (2012): Two heads mean twice the teeth in this enjoyably silly film featuring Carmen Electra – and a two-headed shark.
- Psycho Shark (2009) AKA “Jaws in Japan,” this horror movie turns the ocean predator into a creature hungry for coed flesh.
If you are looking for some more serious fare, check out these shark documentaries on Tubi TV:
- Shark Land (2015): Fusion travels to an island off the coast of Costa Rica to examine the current state of sharks in the wild.
- Shark Men (2010): This National Geographic series explores the life cycle of the Great White over two seasons.
- Flight of the Aquanaut (1993): This IMAX movie captures undersea life (including sharks) filmed using the Newtsuit diving system.
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