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Venomous ()


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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,... See more »

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Dr. David Henning
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Dr. Christine Edmonton Henning
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Dr. Eric Foreman
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Susan Edmonton
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Maj. Gen. Thomas Sparks
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Gen. Arthur Manchek
Brian Poth ...
Billy Sanderson
Nicole Nieth ...
Cindy Sanderson
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Nurse Josie Randall
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Sheriff Jack Crowley
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Edgar Williams
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Katy (as Melissa J. Hayden)
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Dr. Dutton
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Daniel Andrews
Chas. Allan ...
Orderly (as Chas Allan)
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Male Terrorist
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News Reporter
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Grover
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Bob Jenkins
Helen Duffy ...
Lily
J.B. Gaynor ...
Jimmy Edmonton
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Larry Kizinsky
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Frank
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Meilani Paul ...
Female Terrorist (as Melani Paul)
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2nd Reporter (as Kim Ray)
Max Olen Ray ...
Baby Max
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Hilary Adahms ...
Grover's Wife (uncredited)
Greg Stanina ...
Hospital Orderly (uncredited)

Directed by

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Fred Olen Ray ... (as Ed Raymond)

Written by

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Dan Golden ... (written by)
 
Sean McGinly ... ()

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Alan B. Bursteen ... executive producer
Jorge Hermes ... executive producer
Kimberly A. Ray ... line producer
Alison Semenza ... producer
Jim Wynorski ... producer (as Noble Henry)

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Neal Acree

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Andrea V. Rossotto

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Randy Carter

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Jeff Gerrard

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Steve Ralph

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Linda Louise Sheets

Costume Design by

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Robert Constant

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Rick Bongiovanni ... assistant makeup artist
Stefanie Owens ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Kimberly A. Ray ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Justin W. Hill ... first assistant director: second unit / second assistant director
Cyndy Johnson ... second assistant director
T.L. Lankford ... second unit director
Jim Simone ... second second assistant director

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Peter Clines ... property master
Valerie Jean Lee ... set dresser
Desirea Ortega ... prop assistant
Martin Weeks ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Stuart C. Bailey ... foley mixer
Charles Bruce ... sound effects editor
Patrick Giraudi ... re-recording mixer
Stephen Riesz ... sound effects editor
Kelly Vandever ... re-recording mixer

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Chris Ervin ... digital artist

Stunts

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Matthew R. Anderson ... stunts
Bob Bragg ... stunt coordinator
Steve Hart ... stunts (as Stephen P. Hart)
Kim Robert Koscki ... stunt rigger (as Kim Koscki)
Robert Powell ... stunts
Paul E. Short ... stunts
Ellen G. Statham ... stunts (as Ellen Statham)
Patrick J. Statham ... stunts (as Pat Statham)
Steve Upton ... stunts
Stanton Barrett ... stunt player (uncredited)

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Ian S. Casas ... key grip
Gary Graver ... additional cinematographer
Donald G. Jackson ... additional cinematographer
Kevin Lachoff ... second assistant camera
David Leite ... dolly grip
Dave Preston ... grip
Scott Shaw ... additional cinematographer
Ben Thompson ... best boy electric
Gretchen Widmer ... first assistant camera

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Josh Godfrey ... casting assistant

Transportation Department

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William Kuehn ... transportation coordinator
Kevin Norwood ... transportation captain
Greg Stanina ... driver: Treat Williams

Other crew

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David A. Hoffman ... production assistant
Sean O'Riordan ... production coordinator
Michael James 'Scotty' Scott ... production assistant
Greg Stanina ... production assistant / production set runner
Mike Tristano ... weapons handler

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Plot Summary

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, where residents are being bitten. Victims can transmit the virus to healthy persons. The military puts the town under quarantine. Local physicians try to control the epidemic, while the military is primarily concerned with keeping the virus a secret. Written by wkmiller704@yahoo.com

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Taglines There is no antidote See more »
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Also Known As
  • Venom (United States)
  • Eclipse (United States)
  • Face aux serpents (France)
  • Virus-Epidemie - Das Ende der Menschheit (Germany)
  • Attack of the Mega Snakes (Germany)
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  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Major Manchek in "Venomous" must be related to the general of the same name from "The Andromeda Strain" (1972), another virus thriller. Both movies also refer to "Directive 712", described in "Andromeda Strain" as the use of a nuclear detonation to prevent the spread of a virus. See more »
Goofs The woman who uses pepper spray on the guard goes down the hill in a different car. The headlights give it away. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990). See more »
Quotes General Tony Sparks: Not entirely original, I'm afraid.
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