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Stuff Terminator Salvation and Star Trek, this is what true sci-fi movie buffs have been waiting for: A titanic struggle for control of the world's oceans between a Mega Shark and a Giant Octopus, witnessed by the decorative Debbie Gibson:

Terrific. In case you were wondering, Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus is helmed by Jack Perez, whose previous work includes 666: The Child ("one of the worst movies I have ever seen", according to one shaken reviewer), and America's Deadliest Home Video (described as "Artsploitation at its best!", in some rather more positive feedback).

Quite what the critics make of the director's latest outing remains to be seen, but let's get one thing straight: Any film which shows a Mega Shark biting an airliner gets our vote. Put us down for a brace of front-row seats. ®

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