‘Terror lies just below the surface…’
Sharp Teeth is a 2006 Canadian horror comedy written and directed by Christine Whitlock. It stars Kerry Corrigan, Trevor Crane and Strath Crawford.
Toxic heavy water from a university’s nuclear reactor leaks into its nearby nature reserve changing the local fish. Lola Dent, mature journalism student investigates. At sunset, a giant carp surfaces and grabs a canoeing student couple. For the student newspaper prize story, Lola persuades Andy to do some unofficial cruising after reports of missing locals surfaces a severed finger and other body parts.
University Professor Irwin Bates must save his nuclear department from scandal while supervising blundering Greta. Eccentric environmentalist demonstrators get in the way of both university and nature reserve fundraising procedures.When government money comes in for an environmental carp barrier, more than one group becomes agitated. The corralled giant carp runs out of aquatic and acquired human food, and expands its diet into a local marina…
“The term “worst film ever” gets tossed around a lot, especially around these parts, but in all sincerity this is the worst film in the history of time. There’s actually a fun game you can play where you see how long you can watch this film without either a) fast-forwarding or b) driving a screwdriver through your temple.”