OUIJA SHARK 2 (2022) Comedy Horror Sequel – First Poster, Images & Trailer

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Ouija Shark 2 is a 2022 comedy-horror film written, directed by and starring John Migliore. It’s obviously a sequel Ouija shark (2020).

A team-up between Wild Eye Releasing and Survival Zombie Films Ouija shark the follow-up sees John Migliore from the first film resurrect his shield-slinging shark-fighting father Anthony, as well as take over directing duties for the film.


Kylie Gough (as Illyana) and Simon Wheeldon (as Caldura) also reprise their roles from the original film. Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith appears as a mysterious new character named Cressida.

The film also stars Simon Wheeldon, Lena Montecalvo, Jay MacAulay, Sabrina Migliore, Emmalene Pruden, Nicholas Migliore, Somer Bettles, Rachél Hopkins, Thea Munster, Mike Trebilcock, Sam Squid Farrauto, Jim Ordolis, Luke Meneok, Nick Scime, Caroline Scime, Austin Scime, Karen Burson, Mark Adamson, Adam James Pearson, Andre Guantanamo and Troma’s head honcho Lloyd Kaufman.

Mike Trebilcock and Semetary Spawn also provided the film’s dramatic score as well as some new songs for the film.


Migliore also wrote the sequels script and previously directed The creature from Cannibal Creek (2019), Exorcism of the dead (2017) and Poltergeist Encounters (2016). Earlier he said: “World of Ouija shark is imbued with both fantasy and the occult, making almost anything possible. I look forward to providing more than a few surprises.”




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