By Guest Reviewer Tottyland
The name David DeCoteau has never really been synonymous with quality and it isn't here. It's the usual silliness coupled with a lot of male flesh.
The plot, for what it is, involves giant leeches that are slowly taking out a college swim team. The chaps all die in long drawn out scenes usually with little on, while the girls are bumped off fast enough to avoid spoiling the real purpose of the film. Plot holes abound but that's to be expected (there is one major jump-off-the-sofa-and-shout-at-the-TV flaw). As a victim can escape the leeches just by moving away slowly, they have to be immobile so Josh Henderson's character gets tied up, Trevor Harris' passes out, and Matt Twining's can't get up a pool ladder. To top it all the plot twist at the end looks tacked on, and it probably is.
The cast consists of television stars like Josh Henderson, soap actors such as Matt Twining, and DeCoteau regulars like Michael Lutz, Greg Lyczkowski and Trevor Harris. You know what to expect: bad acting and lots of eye candy.
In summary, better watched with the volume down, with remote in hand.
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