When us Syfy Original connoisseurs last saw the Mega Shark, it was locked in battle with the dreaded Giant Octopus in 2009's aptly titled "Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus". We thought things were over when our band of heros, including Lorenzo Lamas and Tiffany, managed to vanquish both beasts, saving mankind from the Mega Shark's passenger plane eating ways (seriously, look that shit up on Youtube, it's incredible). We thought they were gone. We thought we were safe from ever having to see a movie with "Mega Shark vs." in it's title again.
Turns out we were wrong. Dead wrong.
Turns out the Mega Shark was just waiting. Patiently biding it's time to come back and start tearing shit up again. And apparently, that time is now. After waiting two long, meal-less years, the Mega Shark is back and looking to make up for lost time by devouring the biggest thing it can find, a giant half-crocodile, half-dinosaur called Crocosaurus. Obviously, a true breakfast of champions.
Who on earth could possibly save humanity from not just from a giant, hungry Mega Shark, but a giant, hungry Mega Shark and a pissed off Crocodile Dinosaur? Vin Diesel you say? Maybe Dolph Lundgren? Nope, they're all sissies compared to who Syfy got a hold of. I'm talking the most badass person in the history of film. The one, the only, the incomparable, Steve Urkel. Yes, Jaleel White has finally returned to television. Thank God.
Yup. "Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus" is a real movie. And better yet, you can watch it anytime you want. You can watch it right now even. What are you waiting for? Go now!