1.) Awesome Special Effects!!!!
2.)AWARD WINNING DIALOG!!!!
3.)Long awkward camera angles that the director probably thinks is artsy.
Lévai József commented
Ladies and Gentlemen, the first winner of the Tomb of Anubis' Shartk Award for making Jaws The Revenge watchable.
Many Ran commented
This guy's youtube review of Shark Exorcist gives a pretty accurate description and assessment of the movie. This poor guy. You can see the pain in his very soul.
Many Ran commented
Oh, this movie is so much more. And less. If ever a movie needed riffing, it's this one. It's one of those movies you can't help mocking. You couldn't not mock it if you tried. It wishes it had the fine craftsmanship and polish of Birdemic. To answer your first question, the title refers to an exorcist battling a demon-shark, not a shark who performs exorcisms. Also, you might assume from the premise that it's one of those fake satirical bad movies, but you'd only be half right. It's some guy's homemade movie project and its badness is 100% genuine.
There's no nudity or gore, or acting or much of a story, but it has everything else: a vengeful nun, a lake-dwelling CG shark with glowing eyes that is never shown interacting with characters, a guy who gets killed who happens to have a twin brother who's an exorcist, plenty of shrieking, characters wandering around doing nothing for no apparent reason, "actors" who appear to have been recruited from a modeling agency, unexplained chuckling, a creep secretly photographing a sunbather in a scene that goes on forever and has nothing to do with anything, more shrieking, fake blood that looks like spaghetti sauce, intrusive and irritating musical score, and more. I've only seen it once so this is all I'm willing to remember. If you haven't heard of this jewel, lucky you. But I'm sorry, really, I apologize, because the world really needs a RiffTrax version of "Shark Exorcist." Thank you. And sorry.