After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area's new razor-toothed residents.
Doctor Baines has been conducting genetic experiments on piranhas and has made them virtually unstoppable. Unfortunately, his assistants, Maggie and Paul, accidentally release the hybrids ... See full summary »
Scott P. Levy
Lake Victoria's annual Spring party by 50,000 young revelers is about to turn into a feeding frenzy with prehistoric hunger-pains. With knee-trembler's above the waves and tremors below, released from their dormant sleep, thousands upon thousands of flesh-eating nippers are released into the lake with whetted appetites and razor-sharp teeth. With a motley crew of strangers thrown together to defend these shores, it is now up to them to prevent the largest eat-out in human, and piranha, history. Written by
When the paragliding girl is about to be attacked by the Piranhas there is a set of close up shots where you see her in the water up to the waist. To do this in paragliding, you need to boat to be moving. However in the shots you can clearly see that the actress is motionless. See more »
This film is without a doubt the most dumbest film ever made in the world. Just how old is the director? Is he 13 years old or something? That'll explain his weird, sick fascination with T&A with gory scenes. This film produces nothing but porno with gore. There is no storyline, no character development, and most certainly, no plot. All i can say to the people who made this film is this; you have the maturity of a teenage pervert with no sense of directing a film.
If your idea of a horror film is T&A, gratuitous sex, and lots of gore, then i'm sorry your mother never loved you. I can do a whole lot better job in making a horror film involving piranhas and it doesn't involve stupid stuff like those. Sure it may have a little gore, but my idea is for psychological scare, not porn with gore.
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