The great thing about Syfy's disaster movie sequel, "Sharknado 2: The Second One," is that you don't actually have to watch
A 2 minute highlight reel of Syfy's "Sharknado 2: The Second One"
9. Lady Liberty's head gets detached and starts killing people in the streets. 8. Sharks ruin a Mets game and one angry former
Vivica A. Fox pulled out a medieval sword to kill a shark. Tara Reid's April wrote a survival book on the last Sharknado
Reports say that the first "Sharknado" generated more than 600,000 tweets mere hours after it aired, peaking at more than
We played a little game of Asylum film or children's book with Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, the stars of The Asylum's Sharknado
It's raining sharks, hallelujah! Or maybe whether you're making that exclamation depends on how highly refined your appreciation of irony is.
Hollywood blockbusters are not science documentaries nor do they pretend to be, they are pure entertainment that recognizes the interest and fascination people have with nature, natural disasters, and the Earth.
Syfy is taking a bite out of the Big Apple. The network just debuted its deliciously horrible sequel to last year's hit disaster
That's right, the next two summers are going to be filled with shark-flying, chainsaw-ripping madness. According to Adweek
To see some of these stars in action, check out this rather painful video from the set of “Sharknado 2,” courtesy of TMZ
"Sharknado 2: The Second One" premieres in July on Syfy. Check out the pics below showing what it's like on the set of "Sharknado
Kelly Osbourne as a flight attendant "Sharknado 2" will premiere this July on Syfy. Judah Friedlander Andy Dick as a police