Thu. Feb 29th, 2024


A trailer has been released for Sharknado director Anthony C. Ferrante’s new shark thriller Blind Waters, which is on Tubi

Anthony C. Ferrante, who used to write for Fangoria magazine back in the day, has directed twenty feature films over the course of his directing career – and several of those are shark thrillers. Ferrante was the director behind the over-the-top shark action of Sharknado, and when that movie turned out to be a pop culture sensation he returned to direct all five of the increasingly over-the-top sequels. (Sharknado 2: The Second One, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, Sharknado 5: Global Swarming, and The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time.) The franchise wrapped up in 2018… and now, five years later, Ferrante has directed his seventh shark movie. A production of The Asylum, it’s a thriller called Blind Waters – and it’s already available to watch on the Tubi streaming service! To help you decide whether or not this movie is something you’d want to watch on Tubi, we have the trailer embedded above.

Ferrante wrote the Blind Waters screenplay, telling the following story: An unrelenting shark turns a couple’s dream vacation into a nightmare when they are stranded at sea and forced to fight for their lives.

That synopsis doesn’t give the reason for the title, but the trailer does. When the shark attacks the couple’s boat, one of them hits their head and loses their eyesight.

Blind Waters stars Meghan Carrasquillo (Hider in My House), Jhey Castles (Two Tickets to Paradise), Chris Cleveland (Deadlock), Noam Sigler (Troubled Youth), Gabriel Angulo (The Mosquito Coast), and Becki Hayes (Deadly Cheers).

In addition to Blind Waters and the six Sharknado movies, Ferrante’s other directing credits include Boo, Headless Horseman, Hansel & Gretel, Forgotten Evil, Zombie Tidal Wave, Another Mother, Beaus of Holly, Triple Threat, Time Pirates, Nix, Crown Prince of Christmas, Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, and Butch vs. Sundance.

What did you think of the trailer for Blind Waters? Will you be watching this movie on the Tubi streaming service? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

I didn’t like what I’ve seen of the Sharknado movies very much, but Blind Waters does look like the sort of shark thriller I might enjoy watching. I’ll give it a chance one of these days.

Blind Waters

By Dave Jenks

Dave Jenks is an American novelist and Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Between those careers, he’s worked as a deckhand, commercial fisherman, divemaster, taxi driver, construction manager, and over the road truck driver, among many other things. He now lives on a sea island, in the South Carolina Lowcountry, with his wife and youngest daughter. They also have three grown children, five grand children, three dogs and a whole flock of parakeets. Stinnett grew up in Melbourne, Florida and has also lived in the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, and Cozumel, Mexico. His next dream is to one day visit and dive Cuba.