"When Teresa and the girls leave their suburbanNew Jersey salon for a weekend of sun and sin down the shore, they are blindsided by a bizarre twist of events that catapult them from the sands of Seaside Heights to a secluded house deep in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Frightened by stories of the legendary Jersey Devil, the local population of Pineys, and a giant dim-witted neighbor, the girls eagerly return to Seaside Heights, where they hook-up with five fist-pumping delinquents who incessantly disrespect all with their reprehensible behavior.
As day turns to night, the group converges at a Seaside bar where they are soon ejected for inciting a dance-floor brawl. With nowhere else to go, thegroup retreats to the house in the Pine Barrens for a night of carnal delights. Blinded by their selfish pursuits, they remain unaware that their long outstandingdebt to humanity is about to be settled - with their lives. One by one, the body count soars as retribution is exacted at the hands of a mentally-deranged killer with muchmore than just an axe to grind."
Dread Central premiered the new clip released from the horror-comedy Jersey Shore Massacre, directed by Paul Tarnopol and executive producer by Jenni Farley (Jwoww). Honestly, the clip isn't very elaborate or even interesting, because it's just a whole lot of cliches and running and screaming. What I find interesting is what people's reactions are going to be when they see the finished film, because the stereotype of victims are the type of people that audiences want to see die in a horror movie. So, seeing as no one (more than likely) will be cheering for the main cast, is it safe to assume that this is going to be a slasher in which the audience roots for the killer? With it being a flick that doesn't take itself seriously, I think it's obvious that the antagonist will be a fan favorite. The fact that Jersey Shore Massacre is on the funny-side of things is what saves it for me, and almost guarantees a watch from me. From the looks of it, I was reminded of David Arquette's The Tripper (2007), which was also a goofy flick about teens being killed that you didn't really care about. So this could be a good time, but it could also fail miserably, so I'm not holding my breath.
Anyway, without further ado, here's the 41 second clip released by Dread Central, just earlier today. Starring the humorous and fitting cast of Danielle Dallacco, Angelica Boccella, Giovanni Roselli, Chris Lazzaro, Nicole Rutigliano, and Christina Scaglione.