Deep Blue Sea 1999 Movie Scene Shark eating the hand of Stellan Skarsgard as Jim Whitlock

Deep Blue Sea [1999]

Are you ready for some old-school, nineties entertainment? Deep Blue Sea offers an exciting atmosphere, a great cast, and four supersmart killer sharks.
Great White 2021 Movie Scene Kimie Tsukakoshi as Michelle in a life raft with a shark jumping out of the water next to her

Great White [2021]

Sometimes you just want to turn off your brain and watch something predictable, visually appealing, and featuring a huge shark. Great White is that thing.
Deep Blue Sea 3 2020 Movie Tania Raymonde as Emma Collins touching the nose of the giant shark underwater scene

Deep Blue Sea 3 [2020]

Although generic in terms of its story and characters, Deep Blue Sea 3 has a very sleek visual style with good CGI that makes it an acceptable shark movie.

Dark Tide [2012]

Dark Tide is a flawed shark movie with amazing underwater footage and a wobbly script that failed to deliver an engaging atmosphere. Saved by Halle Berry and authentic shark footage it's still worth watching.

The Reef [2010]

Based on true events, this shark movie with an incredibly intense atmosphere and great underwater scenes is one of the best in this sub-genre

The Meg [2018]

This entertaining and visually stunning commercial shark movie starring Jason Statham and Bingbing Li is a worthy successor of Deep Blue Sea
47 Meters Down 2017 Movie Chumming the waters for sharks

47 Meters Down [2017]

Sleek looking but very commercial shark movie that will keep you interested for an hour and half. If you're looking for some harmless fun, look no more.
The Shallows 2016 Blake Lively surfing

The Shallows [2016]

Minimalistic horror/thriller featuring one hot Blake Lively and one hell of a looking shark is an effective addition to a shark movie sub-genre.
Bait [2012] Movie Review Recommendation

Bait [2012]

Now, I can officially say that I have some sort of shark movie fetish. No matter how low budget, how painfully bad and terrible they are, I have to...