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Paul Donohue, architect and designer of a development project in a small valley community must overcome his fear of snakes when he learns that recent construction blasting has driven hundreds of ravenous and aggressive rattlesnakes out of their underground lair, all looking for food and a new place to live. Written by Doug Sederberg <vornoff@sonic.net>

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Can't Keep My Woman Down
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Bite the kids!
16 November 2002 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Bite the kids! Bite the kids, dang it! What's an angry rattlesnakes movie without satisfactory bite scenes? Especially when the kids in it are particularly dumb or bratty. But like most creature flicks, this movie stays away from using kids as meals. Why, I wonder. Do the people who make these movies think militant moms would watch them and protest? Chances are, the people who watch such movies, the people like me - couch potatoes and/or B-movie buffs, would want to see kids get mauled/eaten/bitten. If not for the sheer satisfaction, then for the logic: kids aren't as smart or wise as adults (except the Boy Wonder, Wesley Crusher, maybe) , and adults certainly get whacked/devoured/chomped on enough.

Otherwise the snakes look pretty real (maybe they are, I can't tell). There are enough suspenseful scenes to carry the movie, though not as many payoffs (read: bitings) for the twisted B-movie aficionado that I am. 6/10


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