Sharktopus.vs.Whalewolf

Synopsis: When a mad scientist mixes the genes of a killer whale and a wolf, it creates the Whalewolf, and it's up to Sharktopus to stop it.
Director(s): Kevin O'Neill
Production: New Horizon Pictures
 
IMDB:
3.5
TV-14
Year:
2015
85 min
133 Views


1

( ISLAND MUSIC PLAYING )

Give those who trespass

against us...

and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the king--

( BELCHING )

Oh, god, sorry.

For thine is the kingdom

of power and the glory. Amen.

Dearly beloved, we are gathered

today to give our last respects.

Pablo, who are all these people

and what are they doing

on my boat?

Is that a dead body?

Don't worry, they're

gonna get rid of it.

Damn it, Pablo!

Eh-hem.

Continue, please, continue.

Go on.

[RAY]

I'm El Capitan, si?

[PABLO] Yeah.

Don't you think you should wake

me up if you're gonna rent my

boat out for a funeral!

I tried, okay?

But you were too drunk.

[REVEREND]

But Edward is in a better place.

( OMINOUS MUSIC PLAYING )

Whoa!

Aw, you idiot! Okay.

Sorry, ladies and gentlemen,

we're gonna have to relocate

the boat.

Ignore him, he's drunk.

I may be drunk, but if we don't

move this boat...

we're gonna be using your

husband's coffin for

a flotation device!

Bitch, you got a bad idea!

Mother--

Cut the winch!

Aye-aye, Captain!

Holy shark!

( DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING )

( GURGLING )

( SCREAMING )

Agh...

Oh...

Agh!

Tell me they prepaid.

Yeah, th-- they paid.

How much?

It's with the widow.

( ISLAND MUSIC PLAYING )

( LOUD CLANGING )

Do you have any idea how

embarrassing this is for me?

Well, your tank top is too

tight.

Those shorts are unforgivable.

Two counts of reckless

endangerment...

one count of piloting a vessel

while intoxicated?

If they don't find that woman

you lost overboard...

you're gonna have a hard time

beating that manslaughter

charge.

Do you have to be so loud?

I'm Dominican! Maldito gringo.

Oh, no, no, stay out,

I want to be left alone.

Stay out.

What happened out there?

It was a shark.

A what?

A big one... with...

tentacles, maybe.

That sounds like a

hallucination.

Hallucinations don't tow boats,

do they, Nina?

I've got your lab results.

Do you want to know what your

alcohol level was?

Not unless I set the record.

Can you at least make bail?

That was a joke, right?

I'm sorry, but this time,

you're on your own.

You still have your friend

on the Harbor Patrol?

( SPEAKING SPANISH )

It's not a holiday for me,

either!

Hey, look, I may be a drunk,

but I know a big fish

when I see one!

There's something in that bay,

Nita!

[NITA]

You get one phone call, Ray.

What's the use? I would have

used it to call you!

( DOOR SLAMS SHUT )

What's this?

The blonde's a German,

a Doctor Reinhardt.

Runs an anti-aging clinic

on the riverfront.

Felix Rosa.

You know this guy?

He was a heck of a third baseman

five years ago.

What's he doing back on the

island?

Here for a little home cooking.

( OPERA MUSIC PLAYING )

Three percent body fat,

BP 120 over 75.

You are in perfect physical

condition...

for a middle-aged woman!

Thought you claimed to be an

athlete. Baseball, is it?

So, we have something

of a problem.

Don't give me that,

I'm a beast.

My trainer has me

on a regimen of supplements.

You know?

Yes, I can see that.

I assure you that my methods

are significantly more

sophisticated.

And completely undetectable.

Your file also says something

about a conviction for domestic

abuse.

That's impossible,

she was two-timing me.

I don't judge, Mr. Rosa.

I assure you, I merely inquire,

so that I can formulate...

the correct gene sequence

for your personality.

Gene sequence?

Given your current state

of physical decay...

( DOOR OPENS )

only the most drastic treatment

will suffice.

This will put you back

in the game.

I don't need new genes. I just

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