A Guide to the Amphibians
and Reptiles of California

Snakes In Movies

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Snakes in Movies
Lizards in Movies
Turtles in Movies
Amphibians in Movies
Alligators and Crocodiles
in Movies
Snake Face
All Movie Snakes
Must Die!
All Movie Snakes
Want to Kill You!
Snake Bites
Snakes Used
as Weapons
Giant Monster Snakes with a Taste
for Human Flesh
Pet Snakes
Snakes Used
to Shock Us
Dancing With Snakes
Snake Charmers
Snake People
Snakes Used Realistically
Snakes Used for
Food or Medicine
Snake Fights
Throwing and
Whipping Snakes
Black Mambas
Boas, Pythons,
and Anacondas

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Vipers (2008)
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This is a ridiculous film with terrible computer graphics snakes. (We do see one real snake in the film, a gartersnake picked up by Tara Reid at the plant nursery she owns on a Pacific Northwest Island (filmed near Vancouver) which seems to be a Puget Sound Gartersnake, so kudos for using a snake that belongs there.) The bloodthirsty snakes are genetically enhanced mutant Horned Vipers that escaped from a big corporation's research island, and swam across the ocean to another island. The snakes hunt in packs, reproduce rapidly, always have their mouths open showing their fangs, always make hissing sounds, and scream when they're sprayed with a fire extinguisher, hit by a shovel, or burned with a flamethrower. Yep, they scream. They also chew on dead humans after they kill them them - swallowing their prey whole just isn't badass enough for these mutant vipers. And as always in films like this, they are required to kill any couple about to have sex or who just had sex, so learn your lesson kids - stay chaste or the movie monsters will get you.


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