Farley is serving as executive producer for "Jersey Shore Massacre" -- a slasher gut-buster created for fans of "Jersey Shore." The film is being released through Attack Media and also stars adult entertainment star Ron Jeremy.
"If only I could have hired a hit man to take out all of my roommates when I was super pissed off at them -- this is how I would have done it," Farley confesses to Zap2it in reaction to the film.
"Massacre" follows a group of six young girls on a weekend vacation at the shore. After a bizarre twist, they end up stranded in the Jersey Pine Barrens with "five obnoxious fist pumpers" and become the targets of a deranged killer.
"It's just a total comedy. I think my fans are going to think the same thing because it's so close to 'The Jersey Shore,'" Farley assures.
While JWoww sees "Jersey Shore Massacre" as a lighthearted affair, she's taking her first steps as a producer much more seriously. "I am in this place where I really want to pass the torch. I can just create a brilliant show. I love entertaining people. I love just being on TV, but I also love creating TV," she says. "That's what I want to do - I want to make people laugh."
Does this mean the end of JWoww and Snooki adventures? Probably not, but Farley admits that people may not be interested in what she's doing now that's settling into a family lifestyle.
"I'm not getting old but being a mom, being engaged -- I'm not sure how much I have to offer. I want to put fresh, new young blood out there and let them have what I had from 'Jersey Shore.' I can be the old mom in the background just filming them."
If one of those adventures landed JWoww in the woods with a deranged killer though, she wouldn't want any of her "Jersey Shore" cohorts with her. "None of my roommates! They'd all save themselves!" Farley declares. "I'd take [my fiance] Roger and that's it."
See who survives the weekend when "Jersey Shore Massacre" hits theaters on Aug. 22 and VOD on Aug. 26.
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