A deadly hit-man finds it impossible to kill his new target, the beautiful Tasha. She convinces him that she is not the drug smuggler he'd been lead to believe she was, and the two team up to find out exactly who wants her dead and why.


David B. Craig


David B. Craig





Credited cast:
Dean Paul IV Dean Paul IV ... Quinn (as Dean Paul)
Lana Antonova ... Tasha (as Lana Novac)
Steve Roth ... Chester
Bo Brinkman ... Branch
Brandon Smith ... Ragland
David Alvarado David Alvarado ... Desperado Assasin
Debora Dillard Debora Dillard ... Reggie
Bill Seaman Bill Seaman ... Harry Clay
Deborah Hope Deborah Hope ... Professor Sarah McLane
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Addicks David Addicks ... Mr. G / Man At The Hotel
Michael W. Ayers Michael W. Ayers ... Bank Secutiry Guard
Rebecca Hayward Bergeron Rebecca Hayward Bergeron ... Beautiful Woman At Airport
Peter C. Bishop Peter C. Bishop ... Larry
Sandra Condon Sandra Condon ... Reporter #1
Thomas O. Craig Thomas O. Craig ... Hot Dog Man


The Face of the Serpent is an action-thriller with strong political undertones of local government corruption. The film focuses on a morally conscious assassin called Quinn. His next target is a Russian immigrant named Tasha, whom Quinn is misled into believing is a drug courier. During Quinn's surveillance of Tasha, planning for the perfect moment to make his kill, he becomes infatuated with her beauty and pure innocence. Ultimately, Quinn rescues Tasha from the hands of another assassin and takes her into his protection. The two join forces to find out who wants her dead and why. In the process, Quinn discovers secrets from his past and battles with the inner demons that made him the man he is today. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence, language, some sexuality and nudity

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Worst movie ever!!!
30 July 2005 | by brunettebenoitSee all my reviews

What's the deal with this film? First of all it takes at least an hour for the action to rise. Second, this is such a typical movie. I mean, as if a hit-man would protect their targets because they have a bad vibe about them. She didn't feel right to kill so Quinn tells her that he'll be her savior instead. Please. Enough with the b.s. already. She's no better either. She decides out of the blue that it's safe to go to a hit-man's apartment and sleep in for the night. Way to go. I was so disappointed that I turned off my t.v. after that scene because it sickened me to a level I've never been sickened before. Anyway, I give it a three thumbs down. I've seen better movies.

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December 2004 (USA) See more »

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Hitman's Code See more »

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Galveston, Texas, USA See more »

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Fearless Films See more »
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