Ross Forrest is so freelance they give him away at jousting tournaments. His current extra-curricular activities include writing, design and long hours perfecting his killer impression of a younger, handsomer Kiefer Sutherland. His love of film, and in particular the movies of the Golden Age of the 1980s, is the result of a childhood spent in front of a Betamax with only Flash Gordon, Marty McFly and J T Striker for company. He is based in Liverpool and can usually be found with his nose in a book, his mouth full of coffee and his mind somewhere between Kashyyyk and Krypton. You can follow his musings on Twitter at @docforrest - recommended if you enjoy bad jokes about robots, film, food and time-travel.
After the success of previous release Mega Shark Vs Giant Octopus, which generated some internet waves in 2009 (mainly due to the film’s signature ‘giant shark leaping into the air to devour a 747 in flight’ sequence and the presence of 80s pop starlet Deborah ‘Debbi’ Gibson), production company The Asylum would have been literally insane not to release a follow up. So, just when you thought it was safe to dip your toe back into the murky waters of the straight-to-DVD market, the Megaladon is back for another sub-aquatic scuffle, this time with an enormous prehistoric crocodile. As the tagline says, ‘Whoever wins... We lose!’