A small town, desperate to recover from hard economic times, is under threat when voracious Snakehead fish mutate and survive previous lake chemical poisonings. The fish transform from pests to predators when human growth hormones are dumped into the local lake in the hopes of reviving the local fishing industry. Thriving on the hormones, the Snakehead fish grow to monstrous proportions, devouring everything within reach. Capable of moving and eating on land, they are forced to leave the now barren lake in a desperate search for food - animal, vegetable or human.
The fish are really biting.
Did You Know?
CRAZY CREDITS: In the rolling end credits: "The Producers assure that no fish or humans were harmed (much) in the making of this motion picture. All animals and crew were treated with care and concern for their well being." "This motion picture has been inspired by true events. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, persons or fish, living or dead, is entirely coincidental." See more
When the kids are on the boat hunting the snake heads, Amber fires at least eight shots from a six shot, snub-nose revolver. Her friend then grabs the gun and fires two more shots from it without reloading. See more