Top 5 cult horror classics to rival Sharknado 2
Posted on July 31, 2014
2 min read
Monsters and zombies; aliens and ghosts: you only have to look at our favourite cult films to identify humanities worst fears.
But in 2013 we were introduced to a new type of fear; a fear that none of us could have predicted: shark tornadoes.
With its bad acting, questionable effects and flying sharks, Sharknado immediately secured itself a spot on people’s favourite b-grade horrors lists.
Now, a year later, Sharknado 2 has made it to our screens. It premiered on Foxtel this morning and is playing on Syfy +2 right now. And if you’re reading this, you’re probably missing it right now.
Don’t worry if you do miss it though (damn work), it’s airing again tonight at 9.30pm.
If one laugh-filled cult classic isn’t enough to get you through the week (and let’s admit it, it never is!) then we have the perfect list to get you through to Sunday.
Top 5 cult horror films available on BigPond Movies
Film posters and descriptions from BigPond movies.
A cynical U.S. travel writer goes on a river cruise captained by a tough Australian woman and finds himself among a group of people stranded on a tidal mud island. There, they are stalked by a giant crocodile.
When pair of inept environmental activists release a mutant lamb from a genetic engineering laboratory onto the farm, thousands of sheep are turned into bloodthirsty predators.
A documentary film crew strays into dangerous territory when it takes on a passenger obsessed with exploring the habitat of the world’s largest snake.
After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area’s new razor-toothed residents.
And of course, the recent classic horror…
When a freak hurricane swamps Los Angeles, thousands of sharks terrorize the waterlogged populace, and nature’s deadliest killer rules sea, land and air.
What’s your favourite cult classic?
Sharknado 2: The Second One plays tonight on Foxtel at 9.30pm.