‘Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse’ Trailer Proves Second Time’s the Chum

parimalOctober 28, 2021

Wild Eye Releasing has just released the new trailer for the micro-budget film Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse. A ferocious, prehistoric Megalodon has returned to the surface, terrorizing a group of oil rig workers and members of a local fishing village. You know what you’re in for, dive in!

Right off the bat, how much fun is it to say the word Aquapocalypse? Made you do it! Director Mark Polonia has gathered his film family for another round, including Jeff Kirkendall, Jamie Morgan, James Carolus, Tim Hatch, Kathryn Sue Young, Natalie Himmelberger, Kate Farber, Nico Bryant and Titus Himmelberger. He’s also added some fresh blood to the Jurassic Shark franchise with newcomer James Kelly, as well as Aaron Drake making his debut penning the script.

The film was directed by independent horror filmmaker Mark Polonia (Invasion of the Empire of the Apes, Bigfoot Vs. Zombies, Peter Rottentail) and stars Jeff Kirkendall (Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse, Babysitter Massacre: Heavy Metal), Tim Hatch (Return to Splatter Farm, Frozen Sasquatch), Jamie Morgan (The Man with No Pants, Bride of the Werewolf), Samantha Coolidge (Children of Camp Blood), and Ryan Dalton (Dune World).

Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse

Twins Mark and brother John Polonia (who passed at age 39) have made a cornucopia of independent horror movies beginning in their teens. At nineteen years old, they made names for themselves with 1987’s shot-on-video Splatter Farm. After that they hit the ground running making their flavor of movies for a ravenous fan base eager to howl with horror and glee at the creations made on what the brothers call “not low-budget but micro-budget.” Between them they have written, directed and produced over 40 feature films, mostly in the genres of horror and sci fi, and are now low-budget film cult icons.

In 1996 the brothers’ alien invasion film Feeders was picked up by Blockbuster in the aftermath of the commercial success of Independence Day and became Blockbuster’s number 1 independent-film rental for the year. Starring John Polonia and fellow-B-movie maker Jon McBride (Cannibal Campout, Woodchipper Massacre), in their first film together, Feeders tells of an invasion of Earth by small rubbery flesh-eating monsters with no mouths. This marked the Polonias’ first wide distribution, and paved the way for future releases. Killer piranhas, killer Easter bunnies, haunted houses, trips to Mars, assorted demons, all were covered in the course of several decades of film-making.

Mark speaks of their process of movie-making saying, “Our films would easily fall under Micro-budget, not low budget. We make the most of what we have at our disposal. One always has to have an alternate source of income when pursuing this as the financial returns are limited, but in the end, it’s the enjoyment you get out of creating a movie. Passion plays a huge part in it.”

For all the Polonia fans around the world, Mark, along with his brother, John, have made over 60 films that have their distinct style that does not disappoint. Grab your floaties and your flippers! You can check out the sequel Jurassic Shark 2: Aquapocalypse now On Demand.



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