BGH Thirsty Thursdays - Shark Night 3D

Here at Bloody Good Horror we spend much of our time talking about good movies and bad movies alike, picking apart the things that place titles in either category. In horror specifically, there is a beautiful gradient comprised of everything from "so bad it's good" to "just plain bad." For many movies in this grey area, the viewing experience itself - who you watch it with and how - can be as important as the movie itself. In that tradition, every month we'll fondly recall one of those kinds of movies that seem made for the loud and alcohol-fueled viewing party, and give you the framework to host a screening of your very own, complete with imbibing instructions!

Note: BGH reminds you to respect the mimimum age requirement for drinking in whatever god forsaken hellhole you live in.

Does any other flick celebrate spring break as hard as Shark Night 3D*? Whether you're currently enrolled in school or long since graduated, there is nothing quite like having a week off when the weather gets nice. Our hope this month is to give all you nerds a little taste of vacation, whether you're travelling or working through the month. But then, two things happened. First, the coronavirus started spreading and people's spring breaks are being turned into stay-away-from-school-cations as students take classes online and practice "social distancing". The second thing that happened is that we realized this movie might actually be set over summer vacation, but who cares, right?

So take a beat from frantically googling where you can find your own hazmat suit and join us for another edition of Bloody Good Horror's Thirsty Thursday!


  1. Drink for every different kind of shark that you see (spoiler alert, there are a lot of kinds)
  2. Take a swig for all the gratuitous butt shots. It is 3D after, all.
  3. Cheers your peers every time you think, "I love that guy!"*
  4. Swill for piss poor southern accents. 
  5. Finish your drink for that Great White death.

*Released in 2011, Shark Night 3D has a ton of friendly faces throughout, not least of which is Ted from Schitt's Creek!



Sophie's introduction into the magic that is the horror genre was watching Halloween at a party in high school, and since then she's never looked back. She may be the wimpiest horror fan you have ever met, but she won't ever let that stop her!