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Exploitation Alley: Barracuda

5 February 2014 11:49 AM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

The question I sometimes ask myself while watching films that contain vicious fish or animals is “Why am I watching this?” However, good or bad, we can all agree that they are downright entertaining. During this film, the question I asked myself was “Why haven’t I seen this before?” The title caught my attention because I am a fan of the song by Heart, and I also had the song stuck in my head for a majority of the film, and after reading this it might stay stuck in your head as well. Don’t let that take away from the experience you are about to receive from watching this gem of a film, so brace yourselves for the cheesy, yet somehow well done tale of fish gone terribly wrong, it’s time for ooooooh Barracuda.

Released in 1978, Barracuda was directed by both Harry Kerwin and Wayne Crawford. The first impression this films gives, »

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