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Friday, November 4, 2016

THE HORROR THAT IS "SHARK'S TREASURE" - 1975 ADVENTURE- SKIPPER VS SHARKS & CONVICTS!

This one washed up on my shore (ha ha) via a Hulu recommendation. Pleasantly surprised, not a bad flick at all. The picture advertises the fact that the shark footage they shot is real and that adds a nice
edgy touch to a film that's pretty tense throughout. Who will win, the convicts, the boat owners or
the sharks? Using my Pinewoods Rating System, Sharks Treasure gets Two & 1/2 Pinewoods....The Horror!!

Shark's Treasure Movie Review (1975) | Roger Ebert

Cornel Wilde's in great shape. We know that because of one of the few spontaneous moments in "Shark's Treasure," his new movie. He's on the deck of his cabin cruiser with three crewmembers. They're all younger men, but he's the skipper and this is his expedition for sunken treasure.

Sharks' Treasure (1975)

I had planned to review last week but found it such a profoundly strange experience that I needed an extra week to digest what I'd just seen. This is a film by a director with a Criterion Collection release to his name, which is not something I can write often when putting together a Sharksploitation article.

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The Horror!!
THE HORROR!!

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