And the blood has starting forming in the news waters for the upcoming John Gulager directed sequel Piranha 3DD. Some plot details have officially begun to chum the interwebs, and we have them for you right here.
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.
Unfortunately it looks like we're going to be waiting a bit longer (in one case a lot longer) for two films we've been buzzing about quite a bit lately.
Every time we think of New Orleans, we still can't help but be a little sad. Having visited the lovely city pre-Katrina, we quickly developed a soft spot for it and those delicious roast beef po' boys.
One film which absolutely delighted us this year with its brash trashiness was Piranha 3D. If you saw it, then you know exactly what we're talking about. One of the film's promotional highlights was an interview with the always entertaining Ving Rhames, and as the sequel, Piranha 3DD, approaches things aren't so crystal clear as to his character's fate. Could he return?
September, 2011 is going to be one hell of a fishy month for horror fans! Relativity's still-to-be-renamed Shark Night 3D will be swimming through theatres, and just two weeks later on September 16, 2011, Dimension's toothy sequel Piranha 3DD will be taking a bite out of the box office.
This writer caught up with screenwriter Patrick Melton (the man behind such frightful fare, along with cohort Marcus Dunstan, as the Feast series, Saw IV through 3D and The Collector) last Thursday night to pick his brain on his current projects--namely, his involvement with Piranha 3DD, The Collection (the latter the sequel to 2009's The Collector) and hi
Ever since Piranha 3DD (Double D! Get it?) was announced weeks ago we've all been sweaty with anticipation as to what to expect from the sequel penned by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan and directed by John Gulager. This is a trio of madmen, folks, so come next August we can assure you all manner of lunacy shall be wrought in theatres.
Piranha 3DD: It's a gimmicky title that sounds more appropriate to a Jim Wynorski sex comedy. One can only speculate what implications that title might have when it comes to the eye-popping 3D sequences we'll be seeing next August when the rushed sequel opens in theaters nationwide courtesy of the crew responsible for Feast.