One thing you should know about The Shallows is that Blake Lively spends a lot of it—or maybe just a few minutes of it, I wasn’t timing—lying on a floating whale carcass after being attacked by an angry great white shark. Another thing you should know about The Shallows is that, apart from a few brief phone calls to…
Today in Possibly The Scariest Fucking Thing Ever: surfer Elinor Dempsey was riding waves at Morro Strand State Beach when a great white shark decided it was in the mood for something tougher than human flesh and took a 14-inch wide bite out of her board.
Watching Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!—experiencing Sharknado for the first time—I quickly learned that the first rule of Sharknado-watching is to never ask questions. Especially the all-important one: What am I watching? From what I knew of this cultural phenomenon secondhand, the SyFy Channel’s Sharknado TV-movie…
Happy Monday: A possibly pregnant great white shark is heading to New York City right now! Her name is Mary Lee, and today she may make a stopover in the Big Apple on her way to Cape Cod where she’s going to eat “plenty of seals” and also probably drop a kid in the water.
During the Super Bowl XLIX Sunday evening (which one of my viewing companions pointed out is a pretty sexy set of roman numerals), performance artist Katy Perry brought out a set of dancing sharks that immediately captivated a nation – in its pants.
If you were on the internet 9 years ago, you may have heard about the Facekini, a revolutionary product that protected one's face from tanning while swimming. Almost a decade later, the Facekini is even more popular, exploding onto the beaches of Qingdao, China and protecting from more than just the sun.
Tara Reid, star of the acclaimed films Sharknado and Sharknado 2 is the latest celebrity to jump into the perfume business, with a scent named "Shark."
After a man posted a video of himself hitching a ride on the fin of a whale shark off the coast of Florida earlier this month, the legalities on shark riding were called into question. Well, exciting news for all you daredevils/total morons out there: Riding a wild shark in the ocean is a perfectly legal (and stupid)…
You guys. The great whites are on Twitter. LITERALLY. (Almost.) Scientists in Australia have attached transmitters to more than 320 sharks and are using Twitter to give swimmers a heads-up when big tooth-machines will be sharking around in their area. Hopefully, the system can help avoid unfortunate man-chomps—which,…
This is Milo, he isn't the brightest or the most exciting dog, but his people put him in some pretty ridiculous situations.
A lot of people were fooled and annoyed and annoyed to be fooled by Shark Week's fake two-hour documentary about megalodons. The Discovery Channel never apologized for scaring the crap out of the seventy-three percent of viewers who now think megalodons still exist, and John Oliver is not pleased by their sharkhavior.*
Shark Week, that great Discovery Channel event of mixed-message nature television, returns tonight, signaling the end of summer. Enjoy programs with alarmist titles like "Shark Psychopaths: The Most Dangerous, Bloodthirsty, and Insane Sharks on the Planet, and Why They're All COMING FOR YOU RIGHT NOW," and then…
In the frothy, bloody wake of Sharknado, there's another shark-oriented movie coming soon to SyFy: Ghost Shark. The guffaw-inducing trailer for the movie which airs August 22 includes lines like "ghosts are real" and "it's going to swim up and bite you in the ass if you don't wake up."
FYI, despite the fact that there was a SHARKNADO on Earth, only 16 people died in the movie. Thank you for saving the human race, Steve.
Above is a video taken by Ridgefield, Connecticut couple David and Elena Barnes of themselves and their five-year-old daughter Anaia during a vacation with Power Boat Adventures in the Bahamas. In the 9-minute clip, the family snorkels in shallow water with a number of shark breeds (shown being fed by Power Boat…
Shark Angels are girls who swim with sharks in bikinis to prove they're docile creatures. That is all.
Whether they're calling shark attacks "payback" or accusing photographers of necrophilia, PETA rarely goes a month without a serious dick move. Here's why they're one of the worst supposedly do-gooder organizations out there.
[Mexico City, October 25: A model wears a creation of Mexican designer Gianfranco Reni at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion show. Image via AP.]