Doll Shark is set to be released on DVD,Bluray and even VHS on April 23rd. The Chucky television series and M3GAN, the TikTok dancing movie blockbuster, are largely to blame for the renewed fascination in killer dolls. Porcelain and plastic dolls appeared to be the most prevalent sorts of dolls used in horror stories. They are a fantastic source of horror content due to the uncanny valley effect. However, there is one type of doll that is only seldom mentioned in horror stories. I’m talking about stuffed animals! We hold them when we are sad and hopeless because they are warm and comforting. Even if I am an adult, I cannot deny the presence of a massive teddy bear in my bed. Plush toys, unlike their human-like plastic cousins, never endanger their owners.
Giant, bad-CG sharks have been a staple of the B-movie horror genre for a long time, even before the Sharknado series made them popular. Wild Eye Releasing will be adding to the massive pile of shark-related low-budget films soon with Sharkula.