Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Trailer & Clips


Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! full movie is released on Jul 22, 2015. Watch Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! online - the English Action movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $1,677. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! is directed by Anthony C. Ferrante and created by Thunder Levin with Ian Ziering and Tara Reid. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! is available online on Amazon Prime Video and Redbox.

As if the second shark-infused tornado in Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) wasn't enough, yet a third one hammers Washington, D.C., just when battle-scarred Fin was about to receive the prestigious Medal of Honour from the President himself. With the White House completely levelled and the capital in lock-down, Fin embarks on a dangerous journey to Florida's Universal Orlando Resort to find April, as an unstoppable swarm of violent mini-sharknadoes swiftly converge into one giant meteorological monster that threatens to obliterate the entire East Coast. Now, April, Nova Clarke, and Fin's estranged father, Gil Shepard, must come up with an effective strategy to destroy the pitiless atmospheric menace with the thousands of teeth. However, this time, it's a do-or-die situation. Is there a plan B, or is this the end of the world as we know it?

As know as:

Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, Haihurrikaani 3: Ei Helvetissä!, Rekinado III, 鲨卷风3, Sharknado III: Oh Hell No!

Release Date (Streaming):

Oct 06, 2015


United States



Production Companies:

Syfy, The Asylum, Sonatina

Gross worldwide:



The Hunters Have Become The Hunted!


Michael Hogan
Daily Telegraph (UK)
So clumsy was Sharknado 3, it seemed slapped together by someone with dorsal fins rather than opposable thumbs.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 23, 2015
Heidi Patalano
Here's one thing that's rarely complained about in a review: The acting and dialogue in Oh Hell No! are not bad enough. Partially, this can be credited to less screen time for Tara Reid.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 23, 2015
Caroline Framke
AV Club
This is the sequel that chokes by stuffing itself with endless, self-indulgent cameos. This is the sequel that prioritizes product placement, which is so blatant that it becomes a joke in and of itself before it loops back around to insulting.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 23, 2015

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