Laura was looking forward to a romantic camping trip with her boyfriend to rekindle the flames of passion. Unfortunately for her, he had other plans. Now Laura and a group of friends are trapped in the woods, surrounded by aggressive killer fish. Ripped from last summer's headlines, this movie will have you asking the question, "Can love really beat the snakehead fish?" Written by
When lakes are empty, fish will roam the Earth
1 January 2003 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?
Everyone involved in the production of this film worked together (except Josh Summitt and Jeremy Blankenship, who was actually dating his on-screen girlfriend.) In fact, Geoff Albert, the "park ranger" was their boss. About one month after principal photography was completed, everyone except for James Godwin and Geoff Albert had left the business. See more
During some shots during the argument, a white van is parked behind a bush. This is the same van that pulls up a few moments later. When the van pulls off, Kevin's car can be seen parked across the street. The same car pulled up into the driveway minutes before. See more
And remember...if you see one of those things: Shoot to Kill!
Before the main beginning of the film, credits state that the film is based on a true story. See more