Combining the popularity and profit-margin of the found-footage horror genre with how, man, that rotten creature that eats fish tongues and then becomes the tongue sure is gross, The Bay uses a bunch of shaky footage to tell the story of a seaside town's battle with a plague of isopods that have left Chesapeake Bay and entered the human population, where they're eating away everyone's gutties from the inside out. As is so often the case when amateur home video and panicked screaming are involved, the film comes "FROM THE PRODUCERS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY," but surprisingly it also comes from Barry Levinson, the Oscar-winning director of Rain Man, Diner, Bugsy, and most recently You Don't Know Jack. Seems out of character for him to go the found-footage horror route, but he has to make back the money lost from Toys and Toys: The Video Game somehow. Here's the trailer:
Oh, right. I've seen how this one ends.