My wife and I headed out to our local theater last night to watch Piranha 3D. It is basically a reboot of the 1978 movie directed by Joe Dante. Both of us were in the mood for a goofy, bloody good time and that is exactly what we got from director Alexandre Aja. The movie stars Elizabeth Shue and a couple of guest appearances by Richard Dreyfuss and Christopher Lloyd. Both of which delivered a spot on performance. And that one dude from Step Brothers was in it too (Adam Scott). He almost ruined it for me because all I could think about was Will Ferrell saying “Hey Derek, you know what’s good for shoulder pain?”. Piranha 3D is a thrill ride of intense carnage and mayhem with a dab of nudity. Ok, a fuck ton of nudity! My wife and I giggled like a couple of school girls due to the massive amounts of nudity. I will say this was my first experience with 3 dimensional titties. Not a bad experience, I’m only male.
I went into the theater knowing that I wasn’t about to watch a mind blowing cinematic masterpiece by any means. Piranha was made specifically for what its worth. A mountainous collection of nudity and gore. It didn’t take long for the action and gore to ensue. Right off the bat we were pleasured by the first devouring frenzy of the film. From here the film took a little nap just long enough to basically set up the ever so thin plot. Once the story was laid out it was time for the prehistoric fish to fuck some shit up.
I don’t want to go into great detail about the film and give away all of the best gruesome kill scenes, but I assure you that you will not be let down if you are in the mood for some female nudity and gallons of watered down blood. This horror movie tops any and all horrors that I have seen when it comes to nudity. I can’t remember when the last time I witnessed such a collection of bare breasts and a few shaven vertical smiles. As for the gore, I read a few reviews that compared the gore to Dead Alive. I wouldn’t go that far, but there is a shitload of violent fun for the whole family. Well, maybe not the kids!