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So I am trying to figure out an old movie that I watched as a kid (roughly 8-10 years ago).

Parts of the movie I can remember is that there were these shark-like (or eel-like) creatures that flew around and only some people can see them. I think they were called "Snarks" (not 100% sure).

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    I don't get the downvotes, people (an noone ever leaves a comment -.-). Although, information is a bit sparse. Would you by chance remember any part of the story line, what the main characters looked like or something like that? – LarissaGodzilla Mar 13 '14 at 8:09
  • @LarissaGodzilla: comments like yours are left quite regularly on story identification questions — for example scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/51769/… and scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/51689/the-original-toy-story. – Paul D. Waite Mar 13 '14 at 13:48
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    @PaulD.Waite: I was refering to 'silent' downvoters, meaning those that downvote without saying anything. That happens quite often, especially with new member's question, who just don't know what information to give. And they won't know, since the downvoters leave no advice, which bugs me a bit. – LarissaGodzilla Mar 13 '14 at 14:27
  • @LarissaGodzilla: sure, I very much take your point. It’s just you said “noone ever leaves a comment”. I was being pedantic about that. – Paul D. Waite Mar 13 '14 at 14:29
  • @PaulD.Waite: Yeah, I might have exaggerated the 'never' bit, as I was a bit more bugged about it than usual. Oh well. – LarissaGodzilla Mar 13 '14 at 14:32
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If they look like eels, you might be thinking of From Beyond:

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Which were only visible after one's pineal gland had been ... adjusted. Based on an HP Lovecraft story.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091083/

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It could be the Langoliers by Stephen King.

Per wikipedia:

Two creatures, followed by hundreds more, resembling giant meatball-like monsters expanding and contracting with semicircular caves as mouths and chainsaw-like teeth leaving trails of black"

It was turned into a TV miniseries.

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