Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Ken VanSant; Davod Fife; Brice Kennedy
Director: Mark and John Polonia
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Better Than Piranha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nobody | Nowheresville | 02/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great horror movie that's much better than Piranha done at a much lower budget filmed in Morgantown West Virginia.It's a must see!!!"
Robert F. Strauss | Webster, NC USA | 02/05/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is a case where Amazon needs a zero star setting. This film completely re-defines what really bad cinema is like. Holy gazoly! Maybe it should be shown to high school students as an example of what NOT to do! The acting is so bad that it is hard to believe people off the street could do worse. The costumes are wrong, as well as awful. Would a government agent snoop around the woods in a suit and tie (in summer), and wearing white sneakers? It is all wrong.
The piranhas are all stuffed and look dead. The "action" and "underwater" scenes are completely faked, and look it.
The settings are fake, too, and look really cheap, and amateurish. The "fancy hotel" looks like one of those roadside tourist stations when you enter a state. In fact, I think it was!
But the worst is yet to come: when people die in this film, and piranha-death would be really painful, the victims don't scream, there merely, and softly, go "oh-oh-oh" sort of like a bored orgasm.
Oddly, the director's comments were done really well--almost as if that was the rationale for making this movie."
P. Mann | Los Angeles | 01/26/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"A plane carrying piranha crashes into a resort lake, releasing its cargo. The fish then attack people, both in and out of the lake.
Nearly everything about this movie is inept, but there is one moment that, at least for me, signaled the lack of any possibility of redemption. A man who has gone to the area to investigate the crash checks in at a resort hotel, where the clerk hands him a room key. However, when the camera zooms in, we see that the key is actually for a Toyota. Apparently, nobody in the crew or cast had any other key. Then, when the man returns to his vehicle rather than the room, a strange man hobbling on a Tiny Tim-like crutch approaches and warns, in the most hackneyed Scooby-Doo homage, that the traveler should go away.
This low-budget fare should be avoided. You're much better off seeing Piranha;, Piranha 2: The Spawning; Piranha; Piranha, Piranha; or, indeed, DVD Lens Cleaner."