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Hammerhead: Shark Frenzy
Hammerhead- Shark Frenzy.jpg
Airdate June 18, 2005
Written by teleplay
Monty Featherstone,
Howard Zenski
Boaz Davidson,
Ken Badish
Directed by Michael Oblowitz
Network Sci Fi Channel
Style sci-fi horror
Company Equity Pictures Medienfonds

Origin USA

A mad scientist has created a human-shark hybrid. Carnage ensues.

Cast: William Forsythe (Tom), Hunter Tylo (Amelia), Jeffrey Combs (Dr. King), Elise Muller (Jane), Arthur Roberts (Feder), Lydie Denier (Katie Medevenko), G. R. Johnson (Amos), Anton Argirov (Hammerhead), Maria Ignatova (Julie), Velizar Binev (Dr. Krause), Atanas Srebrev (Erik Anderson), Pavel Doichev (Captain Sheldon), Atanas Mihailov (Crewman), Emil Markov (Engineer), Antonia Arra (Female 1), Ionna Bukovska (Female 2), Asia Hristova (Pregnant Woman), Nikolai Iliev (Man), Violeta Sechkova (Woman), Nicki Sotirov (Guard 1), Raicho Vasilev (Guard 2), Alexander Stanoev (Guard 3), Ivo Kehaiov (Guard 4), Dimitur Doichinov (Guard 5), Stanimir Stamatov (Guard 6), Velizar Peev (Guard 7), Stilian Mavrov (Guard 8), Radoslav Parvanov (Guard 9), Georgi Karaulkovski (Guard 10), Krasimir Simeonov (Guard 11)


Plot Overview



The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • Location: Shot in Bulgaria.

Allusions and References

  • Josef Mengele was a Nazi German SS officer and a physician at the Auschwitz concentration camp where he performed brutal, unethical experiments of doubtful scientific value on the inmates.
Tom: You mean besides Dr. Mengele over there with the three fingers?
  • The Tempest: Feder quotes Prospero from William Shakespeare's play The Tempest (Act 4, Scene I).
Our revels now are ended. These our actors,
As I foretold you, were all spirits and
Are melted into air, into thin air.
  • The Evil Dead: The scene where Julie is attacked by vines is a nod to the famous tree rape sequence in Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead (1981).

Memorable Moments


DVD Release

Title Release Date #
Made-for-TV Movies
Hammerhead October 11, 2005 1


Awards and Accolades

External Sites