Raven Banner Bringing SKY SHARKS To Cannes

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Raven Banner Bringing SKY SHARKS To Cannes
Because what could be more terrifying than Nazi zombies flying jet powered sharks through the sky? Right? Right? With the Cannes Marche du Film just around the corner word has arrived that Toronto based Raven Banner entertainment will be representing Mark Fehse's Sky Sharks for international sales.

Toronto, Canada - Raven Banner Entertainment has landed worldwide rights to the mutant shark infested, nazi zombie creature feature "SKY SHARKS" from director Marc Fehse (Sex, Dogz & Rock'n Roll) starring Robert LaSardo, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Nick Principe, Lar Park-Lincoln and Lynn Lowry.

A team of Antarctic geologists stumble across an abandoned laboratory in which the Nazis developed an incredible and brutal secret weapon during the final months of WW2. Deep in the ice, they accidentally awake a deadly army of flying zombie sharks ridden by genetically mutated, undead super-humans, who are unleashed into the skies, wreaking their bloodthirsty revenge on any aircraft that takes flight. An elite task force is assembled to take on this deadly threat and stop the Sky Sharks from annihilating the human race but as time runs out, the task force realizes they will have to fight fire with fire, and the stage is set for the greatest flying super-mutant zombie shark air battle the world has ever seen....

The deal was negotiated by James Fler and Michael Paszt for Raven Banner with producer, Yazid Benfeghoul.

"Raven Banner has proved to be the perfect fit for us. We're very happy they got onboard our crazy flight." said Producer, Yazid Benfeghoul

"Nazi zombies and flying mutant sharks?  How could we not get involved!" says Managing Partner, Michael Paszt

Director, Marc Fehse adds "Our relationship with B-films goes a long way back. It was about time we made one of our own that uniquely blends CG with quality practical effects. Although you might not see this one coming, but we actually intend to take our story and the audience seriously while having a blast at the same time!"

Shooting is scheduled for January 2016


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aFriendlyAgendaMay 3, 2015 12:14 AM

Well somebody had to do it.

And god bless them for it.

SplashsquelchMay 3, 2015 8:57 AM

Wow! What's next, Sea Lions?