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This week on the cast, Chaos & Carnage dive into the star-studded waters of 1999’s “Deep Blue Sea” — treading between ridiculous and ridiculously fun!

How fast can you swim? Welcome to the endangered species list. Your worst fear is about to be this podcast.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

Lions and tigers and genetically modified sharks, oh my! Lions and tigers and genetically modified sharks, oh my!  We’re off to see the scientist, the wonderful scientist of Aquatica!

If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction and more!

“Scientists who think they have good intentions genetically modify sharks. The sharks become even smarter than the scientists and things go awry.” – Carnage’s Five Second Summary

Hold onto your heads, everyone! This week there are no motherfucking snakes on this podcast, but we do have plenty of sharks. The kind of sharks that are way smarter than us and bloody thirsty for our souls…this just got really dark. But it’s true, they want out, and they will eat their way through us to do so.

Chaos and Carnage put on their wetsuits in an attempt to wade through this movie and the things we like (um like the whole cast, we would seriously jump them all) and the things we hate about it. For as much as we love sharks, this may be our last shark feature film until we feature Santa Shark for Christmas. Oh yes, our lovely listeners, that is happening, mwahahaha. Ahem, anyway, listen as we root on Thomas Jane and LL Cool J as they fight their way to survival and the perception of this being a B movie. 

Go check out Deep Blue Sea if you mind being spoiled like the fermented shark I once had in Iceland. Then make sure to check out this week’s episode for the deets from Chaos and Carnage.

Deep Blue Sea is streaming on Roku.

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