Set in the Grand Canyon, a team of Smithsonian researchers have stumbled across a lost walled Aztec city guarded by some evil spirits, including a "great flying serpent of death." As days ...
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Set in the Grand Canyon, a team of Smithsonian researchers have stumbled across a lost walled Aztec city guarded by some evil spirits, including a "great flying serpent of death." As days turn to weeks, Susan Jordan, the daughter of the professor leading the expedition, assembles a team to rescue her father and his colleagues from the clutches of the ancient Aztec warriors and their horrible serpent god. Written by
It's one of those cheap movies that they make by getting two well known
people (not necessarily stars anymore), two take a week out of their
"busy" schedule to make a quick film.
The story in the film is pretty decent about an expedition to find
another exception gone missing in an attempt to find a treasure of a
long lost civilization that worships a CGI monster like a God.
I also like Micheal Shanks performance as a snobbish archaeologist on
the expedition for a personal agenda. It also has a great set of
interesting characters played out by some good actors, including the
other name in the movie Shannen Doherty.
It's one of those things that when it repeats on Syfy, you'll catch it
and you'll like it, but it's not worth going out of your way to see.
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