OUIJA SHARK 2 – Now In Production by Wild Eye Releasing!

Wild Eye Releasing has announced they are now filming OUIJA SHARK 2! This begs the question of…do we really need another Ouija Shark film? Did we really need the first film? We will probably be seeing the film by early 2022, I would suppose. In case you’re interested, read on for more details and a few pics.

From The Press Release

OUIJA SHARK 2 — NOW IN PRODUCTION!

After OUIJA SHARK made a splash with B-movie shark fans just over a year ago, Wild Eye Releasing has announced that the official sequel is currently filming with principal photography to be completed this year.

A team up between Wild Eye Releasing and Survival Zombie Films, the Ouija Shark follow-up will see fan favorite John Migliore from the first film revive his shield-slinging shark fighter dad Anthony, as well as taking over directing duties for the film.

Also reprising their roles from the original film are Kylie Gough (as Illyana) and Simon Wheeldon (as Caldura). Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith appears as a mysterious new character named Cressida.

Mike Trebilcock and Semetary Spawn will be providing the movie’s dramatic score as well as some new songs for the film.

The film is packed with shark action special effects and promises to offer even more bizarre and inter-dimensional weirdness for fans than the first film.

Migliore also penned the sequels’ script, and previously directed Creature from Cannibal Creek (2019), Exorcism of the Dead (2017) and Poltergeist Encounters (2016).

“The world of Ouija Shark is steeped in both fantasy and the occult, making almost anything possible. I’m looking forward to providing more than a few surprises,” Migliore said.

Wild Eye Releasing has released a few screenshots from the movie to whet fans shark sized appetites.

Ouija Shark Sequel (Title TBA)
Starring:
John Migliore as Anthony
Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith as Cressida
Kylie Gough as Illyana
Simon Wheeldon as Caldura

About Michael Juvinall (5176 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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