Monster horror trailers: ‘Nymph’ seduces, plus second trailer for ‘Piranha Sharks’


If you like your low budget horrors to have monsters, cheesy dialogue and some sexiness, then look no further than the two trailers we have to show you below.

First up is Nymph, which is directed by Milan Todorovic. Bloody Disgusting got the exclusive on the films new poster, and also reminded fans of the trailer which was released earlier this year. Sadly it would seem that we missed that one, so here we correct that mistake by showing you the quite wonderful trailer. You can head over to BD to see the new poster.

Nymph is directed by Milan Todorovic, and the film has been written by Marko Backovic, Barry Keating and Milan Todorovic. The cast includes Franco Nero (Tarantino’s Django Unchained), Kristina Klebe (Halloween, Proxy), and Natalie Burn (The Expendables 2).


Two American girls travel to Montenegro on vacation to visit an old friend. While there they decide to venture to Mamula, an abandoned military fortress located on a remote island. During their exploration of the fortress they discover that they are not alone. Someone else is on the island with them and he will stop at nothing to protect it’s secrets. There is a darkness hidden beneath the island and the terror has just begun.



Piranha Sharks:

The first trailer for Piranha Sharks was totally insane, and a second trailer has just been released which is equally bonkers. I actually have no idea how to react to this film, so watch the trailer for yourself below.

Piranha Sharks is written and directed by Leigh Scott. The cast includes Josh Hammond, John Wells, Noel Thurman, Kristina Page, Brandon Stacy and Jessica Sonneborn.


Great white sharks bio-engineered to be the size of piranhas with the purpose of living in rich people’s exotic aquariums terrorize New York City when they get into the water supply and do what great white sharks do best.






About Matt Wavish 10001 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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