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Keith J. Crocker
Christina Zuber Crocker,
Five teenagers embark on a boating trip off the coast of Florida. The teens get hopelessly lost at sea after they get caught in a fierce storm. Fortunately, the quintet stumble across an abandoned yacht in the middle of the ocean with a mysterious biology lab on board it. Unfortunately, there are also ferocious mutated prehistoric fish running amok on the yacht. Will any of the teens survive this harrowing ordeal? Written by
This film is by far the best sea horror I have ever seen bar none! The sex scene's are perhaps the best and are on par with those in Team America. The special effects are probably the best I've ever seen. And with dialogue such as "how long have you been f******g fish professor" "what, they were all of age!" you can't go wrong! This film's "radioactive levels were above danger-zone!" The dialogue is ace, and the dubbing was the best dubbing seen in any film, ever. They should've won an Oscar just for the dubbing alone. How can a film with so many continuity errors pose the question of man/woman - fish relations and still remain so entertaining.
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