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Cast

  (in credits order)

David Hewlett ... Emmett

Jaime Bergman ... Monica

Kirk B.R. Woller ... Agent Sharpe

Adamo Palladino ... Broddick (as Adam Kendrick)

Angel Boris Reed ... Eve (as Angel Boris)
Marianne Stanicheva ... Agent Koznetova (as Mariana Stanisheva)

Griff Furst ... James (as Griffith Feuerstein)
Ivo Naidenov ... Littlefield
George R. Sheffey ... Danner
Atanas Srebrev ... Foley (as Nasko Srebrev)
Harry Anichkin ... Tex (as Hari Anichkin)
Jeff Rank ... Kent Humphries
Assen Blatechki ... Ramon (as Asen Beltechki)

Velizar Binev ... Louis
Jonas Talkington ... Deputy

Nikolai Sotirov ... Ring Announcer (as Niki Sotirov)
Ryan Spike Dauner ... Boy (as Spike Dauner)
Dessi Morales ... Girl
John Hansson ... Plant Boss
Uti Bachvarov ... Security Guard
Edward McDermott ... Soldier #1
D.J. Johnson ... Soldier #2
John Klimas ... Soldier #3
Andres Rojas ... Young Student
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michelle Llorens ... Truck Dispatcher

Shero Rauf ... Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
David Flores 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chase Parker 
Sam Wells 
Bobby White  subtitles

Produced by
Jeffery Beach .... producer
John Capilla .... line producer
Phillip J. Roth .... producer (as Phillip Roth)
T.J. Sakasegawa .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jamie Christopherson 
 
Cinematography by
Lorenzo Senatore 
 
Film Editing by
Ayton Davis 
 
Casting by
Rob Mecarini 
Rob Richards 
Marianne Stanicheva  (as Mariana Stanisheva)
 
Production Design by
Kes Bonnet 
 
Art Direction by
Angel Manov 
 
Costume Design by
Irina Kotcheva  (as Irene Sinclair)
 
Makeup Department
Daniela Avramova .... makeup artist
Mariana Love .... key makeup artist
Petya Simeonova .... hair stylist
Petya Simeonova .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jeff Rank .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Asya Chakarova .... first assistant director: second unit
Asya Chakarova .... second assistant director
Todor Chapkanov .... first assistant director (as Todor Chapkunov)
Ivo Simeonov .... second second assistant director
Iva Slavova .... second second assistant director
Mariana Vodenicharova .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Krasimir Angelov .... swing (as Krassimir Angelov)
Bogdan Bogdanov .... carpenter
Simeon Bonev .... carpenter (as Simeon Boev)
Andrey Filchev .... assistant property master
Valeri Filippov .... carpenter (as Valeri Filipov)
Tsvetan Georgiev .... construction coordinator (as Tzvetan Georgiev)
Tsvetan Georgiev .... on-set dresser (as Tzvetan Georgiev)
Ivelin Kolev .... carpenter
Petar Lozanov .... carpenter
Pavla Manova .... property master
Deian Minchev .... swing (as Dean Minchev)
Mitio Mitev .... swing (as Mitko Mitev)
Georgui Nedkov .... assistant set dresser
Pavlin Penchev .... lead set dresser
Ivan Roussev .... swing
Stancho .... assistant set dresser
Ivan Stavrev .... art department assistant
Robert Toms .... props: second unit
Robert Toms .... set dresser: second unit
Angel Velinov .... construction coordinator (as Angel Velikov)
 
Sound Department
Ivaylo Natzev .... location sound mixer: second unit
 
Visual Effects by
Stanimir Angelov .... digital artist
Ulysses Argetta .... visual effects supervisor
Nikolay Petrov Atanasov .... digital artist (as Nikolai Atanasov)
Brent Burpee .... systems administrator
Yancy Calzada .... digital effects artist
David Carlson .... character animator
Kevin Gendreau .... animation director
Buddy Gheen .... digital compositor
Kevin Lane .... digital artist
Scott Wheeler .... digital effects artist
 
Stunts
Tzatza .... stunt coordinator (as Tzatzata)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexander Alexandrov .... first assistant camera
Vladimir Alexandrov .... video assist
Angel Angelov .... gaffer
Ivaylo Angelov .... best boy electric (as Ivo Angelov)
Matteo Carlesimo .... Steadicam operator
Dimitar Dimitrov .... grip
Emil Dimitrov .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Vasil Galabov .... key grip (as Vassil Galabov)
Emil Gerasimov .... loader
Robert Grekov .... electrician
Toshko Kamenov .... camera operator: second unit (as Todor Kamenov)
Liam Kibbutz .... lighting technician
Valeri Kirilov .... electrician (as Valjo Kirilov)
Alexander Krumov .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Kiril Kurtov .... best boy grip
Vladislav Mateev .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Vladislav Mateev .... second assistant camera (as Vlado Matev)
Ivan Mitov .... electrician
Atanas Peichev .... video assist
Georgi Petkov .... grip
Georgi Raikov .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Georo Raikov)
Georgi Raykov .... b camera operator
Lorenzo Senatore .... camera operator: "a" camera
Fyodor Tzanovski .... electrician (as Fiodor Tzanovski)
Simon Varsano .... still photographer
Boris Vassilev .... electrician
Dimitar Vuchkov .... grip
Ivo Peitchev .... camera operator (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Velemira Petkova .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
John Quinn .... associate editor
Sarkis Sarkisyan .... post-production assistant
Todor G. Todorov .... colorist
David Block .... colorist (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Svilen Dakev .... driver
Rosen Dimitrov .... driver (as Rossen Dimitrov)
Tsvetozar Eftimov .... transportation captain
Kiril Kirilov .... driver
Nikolay Nachev .... driver (as Nikolay Natchev)
Vesko Ntachev .... driver
Dimo Penkov .... driver
Ivan Petkov .... driver
Yanko Petkov .... driver
Valentin 'Valio' Sakaliiski .... driver (as Valjo Sakalijski)
Petar Slavchev .... driver
Plamen Slavov .... transportation coordinator
Georgi Todorov .... driver
 
Other crew
Yves Albiez .... travel arrangements
Petar Bakalov .... set production assistant
Valeriya Dilova .... script supervisor (as Valeria Dilova)
Dr. Gore .... creature film advisor
Cherise Honey .... production coordinator: US
Kristina Kambitova .... production accountant
Sasho Merodiiski .... set production assistant
Anatoli Netchev .... location manager (as Anatoli Nechev)
Peter Nikolov .... armourer
Teodora Nikolova .... production coordinator: Europe
Velislav Pavlov .... set production assistant
Mariana Popova .... script supervisor: second unit
Krum Rodriges .... set production assistant
Sarkis Sarkisyan .... office production assistant: US
Teodora Slavcheva .... assistant production coordinator: Europe
Ivo Stajkov .... set production assistant
Didi Tokova .... production accountant: Europe (as Dimitrina Tokova)
Aileen Trombatore .... production accountant: US
Petar Valchanov .... key set production assistant
 

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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language
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USA:92 min
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13 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
I Love Snakes And Had High Hopes For This One. I Was Only Slightly Disappointed., 10 September 2004
Author: BigHardcoreRed from Calimesa, California

I had pinned high hopes on this movie for two reasons.

1. I'm fascinated with snakes. 2. Jaime Bergman. The movie was worth watching for most of the special effects. Most of the time, the snakes looked real and very menacing. I was totally into that, but they didn't really show them enough and, to be honest, they didn't really fight all that much either. The contrast in color between the two snakes was a nice touch, too. I would love to have a snake like the red one in the move (smaller of course). The movie was missing something, however, even though I can't quite put my finger on it. Even after overlooking the fact that both Boas and Pythons are constrictors and don't bite off their food like a dog would, or leave half a body lying around, I still felt something was missing. Wish I could tell you what it was, but it felt a little empty. You have to admit, seeing a few of the bad guys having the life constricted out of them would have had a longer lasting effect than the quick snaps the snake was taking out of them and then seeing them unhinge their jaw to swallow a human whole would have been great to see as well, but, oh well, what can you do?

One thing that was definitely missing, as my fellow reviewer "Dr. Gore" had stated in an earlier review, was natural beauty Jaime Bergman's lack of sexiness with her character. Not necessarily missing the nudity, although that would have been nice as she has a body better than most in Hollywood, but a little more in that area would have been nice. Angel Boris did do more than enough to compensate for Bergman with the T&A for this film though, so it wasn't a complete loss in that area.

Also, I was unaware they had movies for both the Boa and the Python previously, so I didn't know this was another combination of two movie serpents in separate films. It didn't feel like either one had anything to do with the past at all. Not a bad movie overall, it's worth seeing if you got an hour and a half to spare.

I gave this movie 6 out of 10.

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