It’s raining sharks.
Sharknado lands at the Morristown & Township Library at 7 pm on Sept. 26, 2013. It’s another installment of Midnight Movies at 7, the library’s loving salute to movies so bad they should be legally restricted to moldy late-night theaters.
Sez the library:
In what is being dubbed as one of the “best worst movies of all time,” Sharknado––a made-for-TV-movie airing first on the Syfy Network––caused a firestorm of publicity this summer when multiple celebrities, and then thousands of their fans, tweeted about the movie, including Gleestar Cory Monteith, right before his death in July. The hype surrounding the movie was enough to garner dramatic readings by staff on the TODAY Show and even comedic comments from the Mayor of Los Angeles. The plot centers around a massive hurricane hitting the city of Los Angeles engulfing sharks from the ocean into waterspouts that flood the streets with shark-infested waters and also rain down on the city.
Light chum, er, refreshments, will be served.