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Jenni Farley — better known as JWoww from Jersey Shore, MTV’s seminal guide to the juiced-up gorilla lifestyle — is adding horror movie producer to her resume.
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The reality star, fashion figurehead, tanning oil spokeswoman and published author of The Rules According to JWoww: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the Curb now serves as executive producer of Jersey Shore Massacre.
Written and directed by Paul Tarnopol — the same horror visionary behind 2012’s Girls Gone Dead — Massacre stars Sal Governale (The Howard Stern Show), Richard Christy (The Howard Stern Show), Bigfoot (The Howard Stern Show), Ron Jeremy and pro wrestler-turned-actor Giovanni Roselli.
The film follows a tried-and-true Jersey girl Teresa (Danielle Dallacco) and her orange pals as they sojourn down to the Atlantic coast for “a weekend of sun and sin.”
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There the girls meet “five fist-pumping delinquents” ejected from a local social club for inciting a dance floor brawl. The group ends up at Teresa’s uncle’s seaside getaway, where they are targeted by a psychotic killer and are picked off in increasingly gruesome and sadistic ways. Call it wish-fulfillment.
“From GTL, grenades and the crazy shore life, this insane horror comedy movie will not disappoint!” says JWoww. Jersey Shore Massacre will hit theaters and VOD in June 2014.
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