Jersey Shore’s JWOWW to executive produce Jersey Shore Massacre

Last Updated on August 2, 2021

I'll gladly admit that I never, not once, watched an episode of MTV's "Jersey Shore", but that didn't mean I could escape the shows reach as it became ingrained into popular culture, with the stars appearing in everything from commercials to guest appearances on other programs, with their unique lexicon seeping into conversations I had with people who used to be my friends (I say 'used to' because I couldn't remain friendly with anyone who spoke like that!). So it was with great joy that I learned the show had come to an end, and, like many of you, I had hoped to never hear of "The Situation", Snooki, or Pauly D ever again. So far, so good.

Now one former cast member, Jenni Farley (better known as JWOWW) has stepped in to executive produce a spoof of the lifestyle she helped to make so popular with JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE.

Written and directed by Paul Tarnopol — the same horror visionary behind 2012's GIRLS GONE DEAD — JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE stars Sal Governale, Richard Christy, and Bigfoot of "The Howard Stern Show",  as well as 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."

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.

While the film actually sounds fun in a 'wish fulfillment' kind of way, unless you're a fan of JERSEY SHORE-style antics I'm not sure how much enjoyment you will get from this flick. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE hits theaters and VOD this June.

Now check out this picture of JWOWW herself. Lord have mercy!

Source: THR

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