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2 Headed Shark Attack Claims Carmen Electra and Brooke Hogan as Victims

By Foywonder

August 18th, 2011

Carmen Electra has survived being married to Dennis Rodman. Brooke Hogan has survived being Hulk Hogan's daughter. Charlie O'Connell has survived being "The Bachelor". But can they survive The Asylum's 2 Headed Shark Attack?

Just the other week I reported here on a slew of new offerings from The Asylum, including their newest foray into the cinematic realm of outlandish aquatic man-eating mutants, 2 Headed Shark Attack. Not much to go on then, but the tides move quickly, and now more details have surfaced as to who will face the terror that is twin-skulled Carcharodons.

When a Semester at Sea ship is sunk by a mutated two-headed shark, the survivors escape to a deserted atoll. But when it starts flooding, the coeds are no longer safe from the double jaws of the monster.

Ex-"Baywatch" lifeguard Carmen Electra will need her own rescuing in 2 Headed Shark Attack. What role she will play I cannot say, but since she's too old to be a student, I'll take a stab and guess a really hot teacher. Or, if they're following Toho monster movie rules, she could be playing the sexy native girl who desperately tries to warn the island interlopers not to upset the two-headed shark god. Whatever her role is, the odds of her ending up in a bikini top before it is all said and done are extremely high.

Reality starlet Brooke Hogan must really love mutant shark flicks because her short acting resume now includes two such flicks, this and next year's Syfy-bound Sand Sharks, in which she plays a shark scientist (Stop laughing!). I'm guessing she will be playing a student in this one.

Former "Bachelor" and "Sliders" star Charlie O'Connell (brother of Piranha 3D penis victim Jerry O'Connell) is making this his second foray into oceanic nature gone amok moviemaking. You may recall him from the 2006 Syfy original Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep, in which he sparred with a giant squid.

Chris Ray (Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus) handles the directing duties on this creature feature from a story by Edward DeRuiter and screenwriter H. Perry Horton.

2 Headed Shark Attack is slated to wash ashore onto DVD shelves on January 17th of next year.

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