Shark Attack 3: Megalodon

Synopsis: Twenty-four million years ago, Megalodon was a 20 tonne killing machine with a 10 foot gaping bite. When two researchers discover a colossal shark's tooth off the Mexican coast their worst fears surface - the most menacing beast to ever rule the waters is still alive and mercilessly feeding on anything that crosses its path. Now they must hunt the fierce killer and destroy it... before there is no one left to stop its reign of terror!
Genre: Horror
Director(s): David Worth
Production: Nu Image
99 min


Nao queremos fazer mais estragos

Man #2:

Alpha team, Qual a vossa situaao?

Man #1:

Regulator nominal. Stand by.

We're looking at another

30 to 45 minutes.

Pressure levels holding steady

at seven-niner-zero, p.s.i.

That's what I wanted to hear.

Okay, guys.

Conditions are green.

We're go on regulator assembly.

Roger that, Topside. We'll snap her

together nice and quick.

Commence additional stage hookup.

Retention 20%.

Ease her up gently, fellas.

Make sure the manifold seal

is nice and tight.

Integrity looks solid.

Checking for stress points.

Increasing tension by 3.5.

- We're four hours behind!

- Don't worry.

We'll make up

the lost time.

Isn't Boarder done

with that cable patch yet?

He's still

working on it.

Keep in mind,

it took six hours

just to compress him

for that depth.

And another two

to get him on site.

See if we can't get him

to pick up the pace.

What's his current


1,540 feet down,

and 100 yards from the edge

of the trench.

That's a five-mile


So remind him

not to do any sightseeing.

Deep Calm,

this is Bountress, over.

Deep Calm?

Dave Porter,

are you down there?

Copy, Bountress.

How's it going?

How do you think?

I'm freezing my nuts off.

The super wants me

to remind you

that you're not getting

paid by the hour.

Tell him he's welcome to come

down and give me a hand.

I'll let him know.

Slap on that Band-Aid

as quick as you can.

Bountress, over.

What the--?

I've got a contact.

Down that deep?


Shouldn't be anything

big enough to register.

Something is there,

200 yards southeast of Porter's

position and closing.

- Get him back on the horn.

- Porter, this is Bountress.

Come in.

- Repeat, this is Bountress.

- 100 yards.

- 75!

- Porter, come in!


where the hell are you?

- Go ahead, Bountress.

- You've got an unknown

- approaching from southeast.

- Bountress, you're breaking up.

Something's coming

right at you!

- Say again.

- 30 yards!

- 20.

- Get him out of there!

Look, damn it!

He's right beside you!

( screaming )





Come in, Porter.

This is Bountress.

Can you read us?

( grunting )


Here, Ben Baby.

- Your usual.

- Hasta maana.

- Hey, qu pasa?

- Qu pasa, man?

- Who's your latest victim?

- This one's from Frisco.

- I want to treat her extra special.

- Hey.

Here he goes!

- Here comes El Guapo!

- Whew!

- Good morning, Hector.

- Buenos das, Ben.

- Brought me coffee?

- Caf solo.

Will you get that death-trap

flying anytime soon?

I'll leave you

guys alone.

- Try not to kill each other.

- El pendejo?


Rise and shine!

Hey, you're the one

who's late.

If you didn't stop for every

chica, you'd be on time.


- Your usual.

- And here's yours.

Sy, is this

a great life or what?

- Sy:
Mi vida loca, amigo.

- Luis pays us to patrol the beach.

Some guy at the harbor

told me about this dive spot

- that's crawling with lobsters.

- Sounds good.

It's south of Banderas Point.

Oh no. That's way out

of our patrol zone.

You'll get us

in trouble, again.

- Don't worry about it.

- Again.

I said, don't worry about it.

We'll do it after our shift.

No one's going to find out.

- Trust me.

- Trust you?

Why do I let you talk me

into things like this?

'Cause you're

my bitch.

- You wish.

- ( Ben laughs )

I got you!

Oh, I got you!

Man #2:
Don't try to reel

him in all at once.

Let him tire

himself out.

( Man #1 straining )

I got him!

I got him!

What's it

gonna take?

Man #2:

Once I saw--

a marlin fight--

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