Tuesday, May 05, 2009

A million, ravenous prehistoric piranha turned loose on Lake Havasu

The movie fan sites continue to gush and fret over "Piranha 3D," which starts filming next week in Lake Havasu [right. credit, coolestspringbreak.com]. Horror Yearbook offers us more details on the movie plot with this synopsis including an implausible geologic scenario where the prehistoric piranha have been hiding for millions of years:

They’re back! Every year the population of Lake Havasu explodes for a single, wild weekend - the 4th of July, a riot of sun, drunken fun and sex-crazed mayhem. But this year, there’s something more to worry about than hangovers. Havasu sits in the crater formed by a prehistoric volcanic eruption, and when earth tremors tear open a crack in the lake floor, all hell breaks through. Piranhas - a million ravenous, razor-toothed monsters, unchanged since the dawn of time. Unstoppable killing machines acting blindly under one primeval impulse: to hunt down anything that moves and strip it to the raw, bleeding bone.

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