What Are the Craziest Moments From the Sharknado Series?

July 29, 2016 | Updated: 2:59 a.m., July 29, 2016

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July 31, 2016 will be a day forever remembered as the glorious day our world was graced with quite possibly the greatest thing created by mankind. No, I'm not talking about a quadruple-stuffed Oreo or ANOTHER Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rock 'n Roll Tour. No, it's the day "Sharknado: the 4th Awakens" premieres on the Syfy Channel.

That's right! No one could have predicted the fourth film in the straight-to-Syfy movie series starring a former 90210 actor would be this popular. And with this momentous Sharknado 4 premiere almost upon us, we wanted to go back and take a look at all the crazy moments people seem to love from the first three films.

The only problem is...there's too much nuttiness. The first movie STARTS with a tornado over the ocean picking up sharks and sending them flying through the funnel cloud. THAT IS THE BEGINNING. How can you possibly narrow down the insanity?

Well, there ARE a few moments that stand out, even in all this madness. So, let's pick the most insane moment from each movie.

First up, the original Sharknado. Now, while there is a ton of ridiculousness going on, this movie is actually pretty tame compared to the others. But the winner has to be the end when our hero Finn, jumps head-and-chainsaw-first into the mouth of a great white shark.

Now for Sharknado 2, which upped the ante by setting the film in New York. This movie has sharks on planes, sharks at a baseball game, sharks in a subway, Mark McGrath, and more! But the biggest moment of tomfoolery has to be this when an old man throws chainsaws into the sharknado.


Finally, Sharknado 3. This movie has EVERYTHING. Sharks in the white house...David Hasselhoff...Frankie Munez being eaten by a shark...David Hasselhoff. This movie even has sharks IN. SPACE. And of course, that brings us to the most absurd moment in the entire series – Finn once again jumps into a great white shark – in space – and rides it down to earth safely.

So, yeah. If you enjoy this kind of lunacy – and who doesn't – then make sure to check out "Sharknado the 4 Awakens" on Syfy, Sunday, July 31