Piranha 3D had one of the greatest severed penis scenes in science fiction movie history — so how does the sequel, Piranha 3DD, follow that? With something so horrible and wrong, you may require several years of therapy after watching the above video. It's NSFW!
Remember after watching Piranha 3D when you walked off with a set of 3-D glasses, and then wore them in public? You felt silly. These shades are different.
You could argue that the Blockbuster employee was merely looking out for Peterborough Mayor Keith Sharp's best interests—saving him 90 precious minutes!—but Sharp was not happy about being banned from renting the movie.
This was a year of hard lessons. Movie attendance and ticket sales fell. Television shows struggled and died. Book publishers faced an electronic future. And through it all, some great works of the imagination thrived. What did 2010 teach us?
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Cameron, whose directorial debut was Piranha 2: The Swarming, was asked whether he had any nostalgia for the Piranha franchise. Cameron said no, and claimed the flick's bad for 3-D cinema.
With Piranha 3D already in line to get a sequel, it's time to admit that penis-severing is the special effect of the year. But the now-infamous piranha cock-chomp wasn't the first. Let's contemplate its forerunners, shall we?
Piranha 3D has only been in theaters for one weekend, but that's not stopping the studio from delivering even more bloody bikini-clad fish carnage. Piranha 3D - The Sequel is already being planned by Dimension Films. But where?
Piranha 3D might not have made huge waves at the box office, but maybe if the networks were bold enough to run these smutty ads, it would have done better. Check out the promo that was too hot for TV.
What kind of world do we live in, where cheesetastic monster movie Piranha 3-D can go up against a vapid vampire spoof and lose? What does it mean that vampire slapstick made sashimi of the year's most promising monster-fish movie?
There was no critics' screening of Piranha 3D, so I ventured out of my cave, $12 in hand, to see it yesterday afternoon. And now I know the truth. This movie is an authoritarian plot!
3D movies! They've been around, in one form or another, almost as long as cinema itself. But for every prestige film like Avatar that pushes the medium to new heights, there are a dozen Piranha 3Ds. Thank god.
With the 3D remake of 1978 cult flick Piranha coming out today, it's time to look back at the Roger Corman-produced original. Written by acclaimed indie director John Sayles, Piranha is a weird mix of toothy fish and lefty politics.
Alexandre Aja's Piranha 3-D comes out today, but he's already planning his next project: the roguish Space Pirate Cobra. A precursor of Han Solo and Mal Reynolds, the anime character became huge in Europe, but now he's coming for us.
For your consideration: We nominate Piranha 3D in the "best penis being gobbled up and spit out in 3D" Oscar category. Here is Piranha 3D's plea to the Academy for some nominations.
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