Arizona's prehistoric piranha's too violent for ComicCon
The official web site for the Arizona-located horror film "Piranha 3-D" went live a few days, about the same time that the San Diego Comic-Con told the film's director that the scene he planned to preview was too violent for the event, according to a story in the New York Times.
The film is about prehistoric piranha being released from caves under Lake Havasu ("Lake Victoria" in the movie) due to an earthquake. It will be released in theaters on August 20.
If there's anything America needs now, it's more geology-themed horror films!