House Shark, SRS Cinema

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SRS Cinema brings its epic monster opus, House Shark, onto retail stores and VOD outlets for its highly anticipated official release date. Writer/director Ron Bonk (She Kills) proves to audiences why they were wrong to think it was safe to go home!

You’re gonna need a bigger house! When Frank (Trey Harrison) finds his happy home under attack by a dangerous but largely unknown breed of shark, he’s enlists the aid of the world’s only “House Shark” Expert, Zachary (Michael Merchant), and a grizzled former real estate agent, Abraham (Wes Reid), to embark on a desperate quest to destroy the beast and claim back his life. It’s JAWS in a house!  

Here are 5 reasons we’re excited for House Shark:

5) Best Horror Comedy!

House Shark premiered late in 2017 at the prestigious Nightmares Film Festival. The flick received several nominations and took home the award for “Best Horror Comedy”

4) It’s An Epic Movie!

Bonks reveals on the Indiegogo campaign, “ And in the end there’s a funny, scary and small-scale epic movie for you all to see. I think fans of the original classic will love this movie, and hopefully make it an early summer horror movie viewing tradition, much like many people do nowadays with Jaws.”

3) The Crew!

House Shark was produced by Howard Gromero (Ms Cannibal Holocaust), Jonathan Straiton (Night of Something Strange) and Tim Ritter (Truth or Dare: A Critical Madness). The special effects were done by Marcus Koch (100 Tears).  

2) The Music!

The score is composed by Emmett Van Slyke, who reunites with Bonk after She Kills.

1) It’ll Be On VOD!!!

House Shark can be bought at retailers across North America as well as online giant It will also be on several VOD outlets including Cinedigm, Cool Nerd Kiosk, Google Tvod, Indemand, Hoopla, Xbox, and Vubiquity. It is also set for release in Japan with deals closing soon for Germany, India & Malaysia.

House Shark arrives on VOD July 24th. Among the notable locations are Walmart and Best Buy stores (7/24), Family Video (7/31) and online via Itunes, Amazon and Vudu (7/24).

By Jorge Solis