I'm not quite sure how I managed to miss this film. After all, David Hasselhoff, water-certified strippers, and piranhas -- how could you possibly go wrong with all of that? Also, the production values look superb and the screenplay seems quite imaginative. Think Sharknado but without the sharks or the tornado. If nothing else, the Department of Justice and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation might want to use this clip as a Public Service Announcement. Be warned, piranhas are no laughing matter. There's something in the water!Piranhas are freshwater fish originating from South American rivers such as the Amazon, Orinoco, Guyana and the Sao Francisco river systems. Piranhas are extremely aggressive and territorial, feeding on insects, fish, and larger prey such as amphibians, reptiles nd mammals. As a result of piranhas' aggressiveness, 25 states have either banned or regulated piranhas, making them illegal to own or sell. Piranhas, an injurious species, could pose a serious risk if they escaped into native water systems, potentially damaging ecosystems through aggressive predation or injuring people or pets. Tropical fish enthusiasts can contribute to this possibility by releasing piranhas into the wild when they grow too large for a tank. Although piranhas originate from tropical waters, they are able to withstand much cooler water temperatures, creating fear that they may even become established in more northern US waters. Effective regulation of piranha possession and sales within the United States depends on accurate reporting of piranha imports; concealing the fish upon import facilitates their entry into the black market in states that have banned or strictly regulated piranhas to protect state waters and ecosystems.