The mammoth green-screen (which the majority of the film was shot in front of) was housed inside a large industrial warehouse, where the temperatures would drop close to freezing after the sun had set. Cast members (wrapped in blankets) warmed themselves beside small propane heaters in between takes. See more »
Not to be confused with Lockjaw: Rise of the Kulev Serpent, a mess of a film that got renamed Carnivorous. This Carnivorous that underwent a name change to Hell's Labrynth is a much better movie, if only by default as Lockjaw was utterly atrocious. Don't delude yourself into thinking that this badly acted horror/fantasy/video game escape from hell film that's sadly overly reliant on CGI is any good as it's barely passable entertainment, just that it's better than the worst killer snake movie ever made. Of course I may be biased as I absolutely disdain CGI and prefer more traditional practical special effects. So feel free to take that into account.
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