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This is a Syfy TV movie sequel to Sharktopus. This movie promises nothing more than giant killer snake hybrids that hunger for human flesh with purposeless agression, along with some young women in skimpy bathing suits, and that's what it delivers. There is also some plot stuff about scientists and a film crew and a band of mercenaries, just to fill the time between giant snake killings. Giant killer snake monster movie purists might say that this movie does not belong on my list of monster snake movies because the monsters are supposed to be hybrids of a piranha and an anaconda - basically a piranha's head stuck on a snake's body. My reply to them is - really, there are giant killer snake monster movie purists? Michael Madsen is the star. His character in Reservoir Dogs was far more terrifying than anything in this movie, but that makes no difference since this is really a comedy, the kind where you laugh at how stupid somebody must have been to think this movie would be scarey and how stupid you are for enjoying it anyway. Based on the number and popularity of these humans vs. giant animal films, I'm sure we'll be getting a lot more of them. I'm still waiting to hear back from Syfy about "Salamanderattler," my screenplay about a gigantic hybrid monster salamander with a snake body, fangs and a rattle, that pretty much just stays underground the whole movie sleeping like most herps do. I'm going for realism, but they film it in Hawaii and throw in some of those skimpy bathing suit women if they want, as long as they call me back.