Movie: Piranha (made for TV, 1995)
The 2010 3D remake of Joe Dante’s 1978 B-movie gem Piranha was a one-stop shop for horror’s most perverted fans: It had a surplus of blood, guts, murders, killer fish, and fake boobies moving in slow-motion. It was a far cry from producer Roger Corman’s lazy, made-for-TV redo from 1995, which, amongst other lifeless practices, actually recycled special effects from Dante’s original film. Needless to say, it’s a crock, but it’s also one of the reasons why we’re able to ogle and adore Mila Kunis on a daily basis today. If only she would’ve chosen Piranha 3D over 2010’s The Book Of Eli, though.