The sequel to last year's surprisingly good shark attack flick from Kimble Rendall, Bait 3D, has undergone a name change at Cannes as Bait 2 3D has become Deep Water. Read on for a quick synopsis and tiny teaser art!
On tap right now for you cats is the early sales art for the sequel to last year's surprisingly good shark attack flick, Kimble Rendall's Bait 3D, entitled appropriately enough Bait 2 3D. Check it out and hope it's as good as the first!
The sharks in a supermarket flick Bait 3D (review) was met with a fine reception from most fans for a good reason - it was a lot of bloody fun! That being said sequel talk has begun chumming the waters.
The supermarket is one of the centers of the community. It's a place where neighbors go to buy their groceries while catching up with each other. They exchange stories, laughs and gossip in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. That's a nice picture, but unfortunately it's not always the case in reality.
On September 18th Anchor Bay Films is set to unleash the "sharks gone amok" thriller Bait 3D on DVD, 3D Blu-ray and in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack, and we recently had the opportunity to chat with director Kimble Rendall.
Time for another exclusive bit of horror-laden goodness. On tap for you right now is a clip from the best damned shark related movie of the year, Bait 3D. Slap on your waders and get set to hook something monstrous.
Let us put this out there simple and plain for you cats... Bait 3D is a killer shark flick done the right way with chills, thrills, and lots of violence. Lots of sweet, sweet violence. Now you can sink your teeth into a copy on us!
We've chummed the waters and have come up with yet another two clips for the upcoming sharks in a supermarket(!) flick Bait 3D. Yep, we're excited! The world needs another great shark film, and this one looks as if it may just fit the bill!
Know why flicks like Shark Night sucked? Because if you're making a killer shark movie, even a self-aware silly one, there needs to be bloodshed (Jaws being the extreme exception), and I'm not just talking about seeing blood in the water. Thankfully Bait 3D looks to be getting it right!
The Dutch one-sheet for Bait 3D has landed online, and we have it for you right here minus the wooden shoes. Those things can get really pricey, and don't even get us started about the splinters. Really, you're better off barefoot.
While the flick is still making the rounds via TUGG, that hasn't stopped Anchor Bay from announcing all the delicious details of the home video release of Bait 3D! The waters are thoroughly chummed! Sink your teeth in now!
When it comes to movies about sharks, we just want one thing really... sharks biting people. Blood puddles only go so far, ya know? Thankfully the red band trailer for Bait 3D has our hook-up. Check it out and revel in the red stuff!
A new one-sheet and some release info have surfaced for the long talked about flick Bait 3D, and we have the head, the tail, the whole damned thing for you right here. Check it out or sleep with the fishes.
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