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[BD Review] ‘Piranha 3DD’ Lacks Bite, But Still A Perfect Popcorn Flick!

Opening in limited theaters and VOD this coming Friday is Dimension Films’ Piranha 3DD, their sequel to Alex Aja’s remake that’s actually shot in 3-D this time around. Reuniting Feast director John Gulager with writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the sequel continues down the path of “ridiculous” as the piranha this time make their way into swimming pools, pipes, plumping and such at a newly opened waterpark named “The Big Wet Water Park”! Here are some quick thoughts on the film:

It helps with expectations knowing that it’s basically a direct-to-video release, and it delivers just enough to make the hardcore horror hounds happy. It’s worth taking a dip in this pool — while there’s not much bite, there’s still plenty of fun to be had.

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  • Jhanse3 (Jhanse29)

    Glad to see the positive reviews from the horror sites. Now I can’t wait until Monday to see this.

  • TwistedCritic

    Am I the only one who finds it a little odd that they’d actually shoot in 3D this time, only to put the movie on video and just a handful of theaters?

  • djblack1313

    TwistedCritic, i think the fact they are doing that says a lot about the movie. lol. i’m glad Mr.D like it but most of the people (who don’t run movie websites) that i’ve discussed this movie with find it an abomination. lol. i’m still hoping i enjoy it though. either way it’s another fuck up by the Weinsteins.

  • Paulochainsawmassacre

    It’s actually getting quite a wide release in England. Bound to be shit tho, Gulager started good with feast, but the two follow ups got progressively worse. Even Aja has been slipping, nothing he’s done has been as good as switchblade romance or the hills have eyes remake.

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