Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! featured more celebrity cameos, more sharknados and more crazy deaths than SyFy’s previous two Sharknado films, and left the fate of star Tara Reid up for audience vote.

Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

The entire East coast became the “Feast Coast” on Wednesday night in SyFy’s newest original film, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, when the entire coast was attacked by a bevy of Sharknados.

This brings us to Crazy Awesome Moment number 1: When Frankie Muniz’s Lucas coined the term “Sharkicane.”

Muniz also got to act out one of the best deaths of the film. His character, Lucas, was torn apart by sharks, but that didn’t stop him from setting off a bomb and taking some sharks with him.

#Sharknado3 Kills George RR Martin, More Celeb Cameos

Another top death went to George R.R. Martin, who was just one of the many celebrity cameos in the film. The beloved Game of Thrones author was beheaded by a three-headed shark while he was at the movies watching – get this – Shark Wedding.

Martin wasn’t the only celebrity to get chomped on by a shark. Chris Jericho, Jerry Springer, Ne-Yo, ‘NSYNC’s Chris Kirkpatrick, Lou Ferrigno and Kim Richards all met their deaths in Sharknado 3.

Sharks In Space #Sharknado3

Celebrity cameos aside, Sharknado 3 did not disappoint. It ended with stars Ian Ziering (Fin) and his father, played by David Hasselhof, going into space to kill the sharks using lightsaber-like chainsaws! (On Earth, helping them launch off into space was none other than Anthony Weiner making a cameo as a NASA employee.)

Unfortunately, the Hof wasn’t able to return to Earth, and instead was stuck on the moon. He sacrificed himself to save the world.


Most shocking of all: No sooner had Hasselhoff disappeared, Tara Reid’s April was swallowed whole by a shark – IN SAPCE, WHILE PREGNANT!

Inside the shark, April managed to live long enough to give birth to her child and use her chainsaw hand to cut open the shark and hand the baby over to her husband, Fin!

#AprilLives #AprilDies

Sharknado 3 left April’s fate hanging in the balance, and, in anticipation of the upcoming Sharknado 4, SyFy is asking fans to vote online to determine whether she lives or dies.

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