There's a crisis in the Florida Everglades as giant pythons are threatening the alligator population.


Mary Lambert


Naomi L. Selfman (screenplay) (as Naomi Selfman)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Tiffany ... Terry O'Hara
Debbie Gibson ... Dr. Nikki Riley
A Martinez ... Dr. Diego Ortiz
Kathryn Joosten ... Angie Polk
Kevin M. Horton ... R.J. Cupelli
Carey Van Dyke ... Justin
Micky Dolenz ... Self
Robert R. Shafer ... Zeke (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Carl Ciarfalio ... Billy
Steve Hart ... Ray (as Stephen P. Hart)
Kaiwi Lyman ... Tom (as Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau)
Patrick Hancock ... Ben
Arden Cho ... Gia
Chris Neville ... Manny
Kristen Wilson ... Barbara


As rampant, ever-growing pythons infest the warm Florida Everglades thanks to Dr Nikki Riley's die-hard group of activists, suddenly, Park Ranger, Terry O'Hara, has a lot on her plate. One by one, the slithering invaders are killing the unprepared congregation of indigenous alligators, leading to a drastic but ill-advised countermeasure: to kill a dangerous predator, one needs to come up with an even deadlier protector. As a result, gigantic bone-crushing pythons and gargantuan man-eating alligators wreak havoc on the land, devouring everything in their way. Now, the ultimate battle between species commences, and whoever wins, humans lose. Can Nikki and Terry put aside their differences in the name of survival? Written by Nick Riganas

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Screaming, Scratching, Biting... And that's just THE GIRLS!


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At 1:18:08 while Tiffany is driving down the freeway to "keep the animals away from the nuclear power plant" another car is briefly seen just in front of her. Most probably a camera crew. Beyond that there is no traffic on the freeway. See more »


During the fight at the fund raiser, Terry can be seen wearing black underwear, but when she is seen hanging from a helicopter rope ladder near the end of the film and she is still wearing the same outfit she now has on white underwear. See more »


Terry: [In teetering plane] I just can't leave you here.
Diego: You have to. You have to keep those things away from here!
[View of Tiffiny's face and Chest]
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Referenced in Bad Movie Beatdown: Mega Piranha (2010) See more »


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I just notice this movie in your better version of The Asylum's Big Foot.
6 May 2018 | by maxmagesSee all my reviews

I do not know what she thinks worse movies in which all people are hypocrites or bohemians with a fourth that he talks about environmental protection and peace. Everyone in this film is disagreeable egoist, everyone in this movie does a lot just to help themselves or to feel better themselves. The damned around environmental terrorists who do not mark them with that they could do him more harm to the human world with their behavior than climate change ever could do, I damn city folks and festival organizers who do not notice that they harm more with you from behavior The flora and fauna could do anything that climate change could do, and even the filmmakers because they felt it necessary to recycle everything in this film, including the dialogues, to Greenpeace.

Visually one of the best made lines has movies because I actually have a real afloat here and we have done real thing in the movie. Most Szettin only shoot a good start and / or a good ending scene and 90% of the rest of the time the characters can sit around, run around and get discussed. Although I do not know why all the heart look like as if only three people would have worked then or why because in this movie I look like a porn actress and continue to feel parts of the film like the teeth between a porn movie. But the beating see us then doctor who comes to the city to investigate the snakes have conjured a smile on my face.

On film is actually quite alright the end but annoying otherwise you really get the impression of a porn to cut out the sex passages for a table movie seven points just right.

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Release Date:

29 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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Atacul reptilelor See more »

Filming Locations:

Arcadia, California, USA See more »

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Syfy, The Asylum See more »
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Dolby Digital



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1.78 : 1
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