Is April Alive? Find out In This Teaser for Sharknado 4!


Last year, at the end of Sharknado 3, viewers were given the opportunity to decide the fate of one of its stars.  When we last saw Tara Reid’s April, a huge chunk of the space shuttle appeared to be crashing down on top of her and viewers were being asked to vote whether April would live or die.

Personally, I voted to kill her.  I thought that killing off April would make Sharknado 4 a far more edgier film.  I imagined that her ghost could frequently appear to taunt Ian Ziering, chanting: “You let me die….you let me die….”

Did the rest of the viewing public agree with me?

The answer can be found in the latest teaser for Sharknado 4!

One response to “Is April Alive? Find out In This Teaser for Sharknado 4!

  1. Over the years I have very carefully avoided the following: … drinking a wine cooler; … listening to an entire Metallica tune; … watching The Sound of Music; and – most importantly – ever watching either Sharknado or any of its seemingly endless sequels.

    But I may be forced to reassess the final entry on that list after reading your very intriguing sentence: … “When we last saw Tara Reid’s April, a huge chunk of the space shuttle appeared to be crashing down on top of her and viewers were being asked to vote whether April would live or die.”

    I mean, holy cannoli, … who could ever possibly resist watching at least the trailer, and/or the first few minutes of Sharknado 4 after reading THOSE chilling and intellectually enticing words? Not me, for damned sure!

    Seriously, I now fully understand how I would have felt if I’d lived a few hundred years ago, and had just received a personal invitation from William Shakespeare himself, asking if I’d be so kind as to attend the opening night of Hamlet.

    Front row. Center.

    oh, HELL yes!

    Like

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