Now that we know we'll have as many Sharknados as Transformer movies, maybe it's time to predict how the Rifftrax crew will take on this year's version of the cheesy SyFy franchise.
It's already taken on part one, as well as part two just a few weeks ago. It's safe to say that if it goes to another Kickstarter campaign to help fund the 2016 season, the fans will hit the goal within a weekend.
Fin (Ian Zierling) and April (Tara Reid) battle two big Sharknados wreak havoc on Washington DC and Orlando. Then, they threaten to merge into something not even Bruce Willis and an Aerosmith ballad can stop. However, thanks to a spare Space Shuttle, and the power of the Hoff, they blow up the storm from outer space, They also battle sharks in space, and one of them eats April just as she's about to give birth. However, thanks to her chainsaw hand, she escapes, and her baby is OK. Yet it ends with a piece of the shuttle about to hit her, and the movie asks the fans if she should live, The latest word, according to Reid on Adam Carolla's podcast, is that she just might be back. She could be back anyway, Twitter votes be damned.
Nova (Cassie Scerbo) is back, too, apparently trained as a shark killer thanks to watching Michonne a lot on The Walking Dead, and also as a pilot thanks to Fin's son who's busy elsewhere.
Anyway, here's my prediction of what riffs we can expect next year from Mike, Kevin and Bill:
The movie starts with a James Bond style opening, with Fin and his chainsaw
It's 007 in Live and Let Bite, as seen from the mouth of Richard Kiel
Ann Coulter as the VP: "I feel for the sharks, but they're wrecking our schools, our hospitals, our roads"
If they want to do that, they should run for Congress (yeah, too easy, right?)
Then the sharks arrive. When they're not destroying the Washington Monument more convincingly than Space Invaders or Donkey Kong in Pixels, one of them lands on the Lincoln Memorial.
You guys bite without me. The first sequel was exhausting
Fin gets help from President Mark Cuban, and both are armed to the teeth,
Marc Cuban is the President in Machete Bites!
Fin, his brother, the president and a woman lift an American flag and wind up stabbing one of the sharks, resulting in this
Uh, didn't people complain when same sex marriage supporters did the same thing?
We meet Nova, who's upset by all these Sharknados: "Kill them all, just kill them all, shoot, bang"
Are you talking about the sharks, or the SyFy execs who keep approving these movies?
Meanwhile, at Universal Studios Orlando, April is there with her mom (Bo Derek).
April decides to help when the sharks get there, but mom isn't hearing it: "April, Dawn, Wexler, Shepherd"
Is she listing the names of the new Ghostbusters?
Jerry Springer is a tourist standing under what he thinks is a fake shark at the Jaws Pier. He asks someone to take a picture of him. He soon finds out the shark is not fake
Hah! That Arnold Schwarzenegger prank at the wax museum really works.
A shark crashes into an xfinity billboard
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A theater is showing "Shark Wedding", with George RR Martin in the audience. A shark breaks through the screen, killing him
And now his watch has ended. Ours, however, still continues
We see David Hasslehoff at a chicken wings joint with Penn and Teller. They discuss how Finn is doing, while the Hoff says "He's just making it up as he goes along"
Oh, like Republican candidates trying to get on that Fox News debate
Fin's weapon against sharks in space?
It's the new Stihl Lightsaber Saw
A shark finally drops in, literally, the Today show set
Robin Roberts says hello!
Granted, the Rifftrax crew will come up with better snide remarks, because that's what they do. It's interesting what they would say to April giving birth while inside a shark...and escaping thanks to her chainsaw hand. They'd either say, "eat your heart out, Bruce Campbell" or "Shop smart, S-mart". There's also that last scene where April is about to be hit by a piece of the shuttle. Personally, I'd like to see April saved by Georgia Lass (Ellen Muth) from Dead Like Me, and remark "hey, my death was embarrassing enough. It won't happen to you, no matter what social media says"...then leave.
Hey, if you need cameos, get creative.
The movie is available on demand, but will be shown on SyFy again in August.