Mutant snakes survived a terrorist attack on a government laboratory, and they now threaten the town of Santa Mira Springs, California. Seismic activity has brought snakes to the surface, ...
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I love Treat Williams, but I think even he knew that this one the snakes couldn't even digest. Can we say 'ripoff'? Almost right out of "Outbreak", except the only good thing about it was that Treat was in it. I wasted $2.00 buying the VHS. I'm so happy it wasn't more. Overly cheesy, very predictable, badly directed, terrible continuity (really didn't have any), and worse with the script. Arrgh.
I feel pain every time I see one of these movies and wonder who I can hit up for a budget. I'm sure I can do much better. Much. Somebody give me 1M and I'll give you a wonderful movie or two.
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Don't watch it, don't buy it, don't rent it...run, as fast as you can from this movie. It might cause vomiting, gagging, laughter, or anger.
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