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Rated R · 84 minutes · 2012

Director Barry Levinson (Man of the Year, Wag the Dog) returns to theatrical filmmaking with this okay disaster pic – part Jaws, part Contagion, with Blair Witch stylings – about a host of disgusting-looking, carnivorous parasites infesting Chesapeake Bay. Levinson and co-writer Michael Wallach’s faux-doc “TV coverage” device isn’t the most convincing, but when the fast-moving bugs make the jump from fish to humans and start devouring Maryland townsfolk we’re perfectly willing to go along for the ride. The point seems to be that unsafe factory farming methods – in this case at a poultry plant – can wreak environmental havoc, and that the federal government cares more about covering up eco-horror stories than rescuing the afflicted. Starring Kether Donohue and Kristen Connolly. (85 min.)
Director: Barry Levinson
Producer: Barry Levinson, Jason Blum, Steven Schneider, Oren Peli, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Jason Sosnoff, Colin Strause and Greg Strause
Cast: Will Rogers, Kristen Connolly, Kether Donohue, Frank Deal, Stephen Kunken, Christopher Denham and Nansi Aluka

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