Joel Soisson Thickens the Blood in Piranha 3DD

Joel Soisson has been making horror movies for many years now and has exhibited the unique ability to make just about anything he touches a little better than it could have been. His last film, the surprisingly watchable Children of the Corn: Genesis, is a prime example of that. Now Soisson has turned his attention to some soon to be bloodied waters.

As per an article in MovieHole:

“Joel Soisson, the genre vet who has worked on everything from ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ to ‘The Prophecy’ and ‘Feast’ (with Gulager, Dunstan and Melton), has been brought on board to not only produce ‘Piranha 3DD’ but rewrite the script by Dunstan and Melton,” they write. “But mostly, Soisson likely knows his way around a 3D movie. Though he hasn’t been involved with one directly, the filmmaker’s surely spent enough time studying and observing his frequent collaborator and friend Patrick Lussier, director of ‘Drive Angry 3D’ and ‘My Bloody Valentine 3D’, to know how to utilize and make the best use of the technology. So yes, Soisson’s knowledge of 3D is the reason he was brought on board the project and not because ‘Piranha 3DD’ needed a lot of work; the Weinsteins simply want the film’s 3D sequences to play as effectively as the last one – as they would.

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Joel Soisson Thickens the Blood in Piranha 3DD

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  • Vanvance1

    Just so long as Gulager remains in the director’s seat and has the final cut. Too many chefs can spoil the piranha broth.

    I very much enjoyed the last one though the computer generated fish were more than a little disappointing. Of course the odds of them using practical f/x for said fish are zero; it will be cheaper to simply re-use the cgi already crafted for the first film (a lot of room for improvement there).