Piranha 3DD gets two new posters

2:00 PM on 02.21.2012 // Matthew Razak

You know for a movie that has a really bad awesome breast joke right there in the title, I'm surprised at how not cheesy and well done these two posters for Piranha 3DD are. Both have an old school feel to them that play off posters from when the original Pirahana was released. Gives me hope that the film is going to continue on the awesome tradition of gore, boobs and camp that the last one reignited.

Sadly, Alexandere Aja, the most underrated horror director out there, isn't helming the films anymore. Last time one of his horror films got a sequel was with the impressive Hills Have Eyes Remake and that did not turn out well at all. You might scoff, but it takes a lot of skill to make a great bad movie and Aja is the master of it. Hopefully, John Gulager, who is taking over learned a thing or two from the first film and forgot everything from when he made every Feast film after the first one.

[via DeadCentral and Zonefears]

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