The 64 Best Seconds of the Sharknado Trailer—Ranked!

The sharks + tornado epic comes to SyFy on July 11

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Today, Machinima released a new trailer for SyFy’s original movie Sharknado, which premieres July 11. And wow. Just…wow.

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This is the actual description of the movie, provided by the network: “Up in the sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a…shark! A supersized storm sucks sharks from the ocean and hurls them onto land…” — and if the trailer is any indication, they’ll make good on the premise’s promise. We recommend watching the trailer all the way through first, but for your second go ’round here are the 64 best seconds of the 64-second-long trailer.

#1 and #2: 0:50-0:51. Holy cow. These two seconds defy description.

#3: 0:31. Sharks in the sky.

#4: 0:46. So many sharks!

#5: 0:47. Obligatory Jaws joke.

#6: 0:17. Sharks through the window.

#7: 0:08. The sharks are coming!

#8: 0:05. Excellent explanation of how the sharks got there.

#9 and #10: 0:18-0:19. A wave of sharks.

#11: 0:35. What happens when sharks fly.

#12: 0:33. What happens when a shark tries to climb up a wall (maybe).

#13 through #15: 0:36-0:38. What happens when it rains sharks.

#16: 1:03. What happens when sharks fly at someone screaming.

#17: 0:48. More shark.

#18: 0:41. Watch out for falling sharks!

#19 and #20: 0:11-0:12. Something’s flooding…

#21: 0:06. This has never happened before.

#22: 0:21. There is a shark in the street.

#23: 0:32. When you shoot sharks, they blow up.

#24: 0:10. Oh hey, Tara Reid’s in this!

#25: 0:27. A shark; some screaming.

#26, #27, #28: 0:43-0:45. This is a genius plan, but it’s dangerous.

#29 and #30: 0:39-0:40. Grab something; it’s a chainsaw.

#31: 0:49. Look out!

#32: 0:28. Is the shark coming from inside the house?

#33, #34, #35: 0:22 and 0:34 and 0:52. Time to do something about the sharks!

#36: 0:07. Looking out a window.

#37, #38, #39: 0:02-0:04. It’s very confusing the first time you see a sharknado.

#40. 0:14. You should go home when the sharknado starts.

#41. 0:15. Or not.

#42 through #45: 0:23-0:26. Weapons.

#46: 0:42. Walking with shopping carts.

#47 through #51: 0:13, 0:16, 0:20, 0:29-0:30. Extreme weather.

#53 through #59: 0:53-0:56, 1:00-1:02. Destruction caused by the sharknado.

#60, #61, #62: 0:59, 0:58, 0:57, in that order. What happens when there’s a sharknado near the title of your movie.

#62: 0:09. A phone rings.

#63: 0:01. A dock.

4 comments
avkulkarni
avkulkarni

" Tornado is heading toward the airport. We need to destroy it before it gets there"

sarahyuster
sarahyuster

I assume that the directors and producers worked carefully alongside marine biologists, geologists and atmospheric scientists for accuracy.