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  WHAT'S EATING YOU?
Piranha
Alexandra Aja, 2010
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First one in the lake gets eaten! Last one out of the cave might see what Sam (Ricardo Chavira) couldn't. Waste not, want not.
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
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Compiled by Philip Cerreta
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How's this for an opening sequence if this film was ever remade again; Same characters, same location, different complaint. This time, instead of wondering where all salmon have gone, Jim Hill's (Doug McClure) boat is nearly capsized by thousands of them as they swim
past and leap over his vessel to evade some unforeseen predator. "Damn it, Tommy (Breck Costin),:" I told you to drop the net twenty minutes ago... Tommy? Tommy?" What he does find when he looks over the boat's broken stern are the letters EVE, J, and AN, slowly drifting away. Piece them back together and you get?

2. You know who wasn't pulled out of the boat by one of the humanoids? Deke's son. He fell in. Fill us in, please, on the task he was given and how the aforementioned vessel ended up going down in a blaze of gory.

3. Any garbage can with a lock will probably keep your trash safe from whatever creatures lurk in your neck of the woods, unless they're part-humanoid and come from the deep. If that's the case, you have a lot more to worry about than your trash. Carol Hill (Cindy Weintraub) found some trace of the creatures on or near hers'. Go on, take a closer look and tell us what it is.

4. The creatures weren't nocturnal, were they? Dr. Drake (Ann Turkel) thought they were. She also thought they were more intelligent than what was initially assumed. Why?
Humanoids From The Deep
(1) ) The name of the boat, Beverly Jean (2) His job was to man the winch and to make sure it was full of gas. Sparks from a flare gun accidentally ignited a puddle of gas in the boat. (3) Some of the creatures' slime (4) Because of their over-sized craniums (5) A tank was torn open.

(6) Dr. Drake thought the evolution of a primitive fish was accelerated after it fed on the experimental salmon, but that wouldn't explain how they managed to evolve so quickly, seemingly overnight. (7) Peggy almost stabbed Jerry the night he snuck into the house to scare her. (8) God made the river and the ocean. (9) We would have slammed the damn thing against a wall until it was a pile of (very sharp) splinters. (10) Some believed the humanoids did it to further their evolution.

Piranha
His eyeball was snatched up by one of the piranha as it sank to the bottom.
5. This is only an assumption on our part, but the reason why we think you try to breed fish that are faster than they already are is to help them evade their underwater adversaries. If you're trying to increase their numbers, that should do it. The risk, of course is, by also making them bigger for our consumption is they may become smarter. How did the experimental salmon escape into the ocean?

6. If the humanoids weren't a mutation of the experimental salmon, which they also weren't, where the hell did they come from?

7. Kids, you know those warnings you see all the time but probably don't pay much attention to? Well, if our remake of the remake ever gets made, we're inserting one as a scroll across the bottom of the screen right before Jerry (Meegan King) gets the point - almost. What scene are we referring to?

8. Before the fun continues, a word from our sponsor; Kanco  Maybe not the best thing since canned salmon, but certainly the best thing to happen to the town since that happened, according to Charles Borden.

9. Fast-forward to the chapter we've titled, She's
Naked, Dummy, Do Something! How could Billy (David Strassman) have used his to injure one of the humanoids if it attacked him or his girlfriend that night?

10. Push, harder, as hard as you possibly can and then try to squeeze the life out of it! If you don't kill that abomination, we will. Peggy (Lynn Theel) gave birth to the first human-humanoid offspring in the film's closing sequence. The question is, why would one species try to mate with another, apart from the fun of it?
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Barbara Peeters, 1980