Trailer Breakdown: Piranha 3DD

All right, motherfuckers. The time has come: the red band trailer for Piranha 3DD is online and it is glorious. Some of you might scoff and say “Piranha 3DD? How low-brow, how trashy, how…*sniff* unnecessary” and those of you that say that are completely right and that it is why it will be spectacular. Dear readers, those reasons and all the ones I’ll be discussing in but a moment are why I will be seeing this movie in the theater with 3D glasses placed over my real glasses. Now, let’s get down to business and talk about why this trailer kicks so much ass!

1. Waterpark. Already awesome. I will live vicariously through these spry, youthful 20-somethings lounge about without a care in the world and then relish the moment when they get bits of them chomped off by mutant piranhas. Spoiler alert, sorry.
2. Oh! This is a topless waterpark. I mean, I’m not one to need the boobs, but it certainly does make everything funnier. That girl just got smacked in the tit with a beach ball!
3. Strippers? Water-certified strippers? They’re in the joke and in this case, it makes it so much better.
4. Scratch that – not topless but NUDE waterpark. Going to see yabbos as well as vagina.
5. Kids getting eaten by – what did he call it? A “prannis”? A “paraniss?” – whatever, they’re getting eaten.
7. Okay, perfect, these piranha’s are ditching the natural water and going straight for pipes and drains. That means they’ll be everywhere. It’s a piranha plague!
8. This interaction between this guy and girl in a lake is perfection. Does he think he has some limb on him that is biting her? Under the water? As a type of foreplay?
9. Enter: Hasselhoff.
10. BLOOD.
11. Oh my God, what is that guy from The Office wearing? Kill it with fire!
12. Good Lord. Does she have a piranha inside of her that went full-on vagina dentata on her boyfriend’s penis?
14. Dude just bit a piranha’s head off. Gross.
15. Oh. OH. That’s what the two D’s in the title meant? I thought they just didn’t know how to get the point across that it was a follow up to Piranha 3D while still…you know what, never mind. We all got it.
16. VING.
17. Holy mother of GOD. Not only is Ving Rhames back for this movie, he’s going to wield guns and those guns are attached to HIS LEG STUMPS BECAUSE THEY GOTTEN BITTEN OFF BY PIRANHAS IN THE LAST MOVIE. How is this movie going to be anything less than amazeballs?
18. I’m sorry, rewind. Was that Gary Busey?
19. Re-enactment of the bathtub scene from Nightmare on Elm Street only replace Freddy’s glove with a piranha.

And that, my friends, is why come June 1st, I will be in a movie theater with a big bag of popcorn, watching this movie and wishing it would never end. The only thing I am truly disappointed about is the fact that Adam Scott will not be in this one. “Why is that?” you might ask. I’ll just leave this here and you can find out for yourselves:

I (genuinely) enjoy the Fast and Furious franchise…

except that piece of shit third installment. Which doesn’t even really count because in the whole sequence of things it’s currently the final installment. ANYWAY!

I gave Fast Five one of the best reviews out of all of the movies released in 2011. And I don’t regret it nor would I consider taking back that rating. I stand by that film – it was entertaining with a sound plot and what more can you ask for? It managed to blend car chases with a heist. It had some heart and the characters even developed a little bit. The point of this post is to bring you some excellent news in the world of F&F…

FAST & FURIOUS 6 AND 7 ARE GO! Vin Diesel said:

“With the success of this last one, and the inclusion of so many characters, and the broadening of scope, when we were sitting down to figure out what would fit into the real estate of number six, we didn’t have enough space,” the actor, who is also a producer on the series, told the the trade publication.

Which is awesome. Honestly, if both the sixth and seventh can be on the same level as the fifth, I’m all in. And if you don’t believe me about Fast Five, Empire Magazine gave it a spot in their top 20 films of 2011.

The Statham rumors are still just rumors but, the good news is that:

Universal chairman Adam Fogelson has likewise suggested that Fast and Furious 6 (and, by default, Part 7) will also continue the trend established in Fast Five – by moving the series closer to the classic heist/caper genre, while still incorporating the hyper-kinetic chase sequences that the franchise is so well-liked for.