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Desc:A young college student goes to work for a mad scientist. What could go wrong?
Category:Classic Movies, Pets & Animals
Tags:Snakes, Crap, people, 1970s, snake people
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
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Binro the Heretic
At the age of eight I watched this late one Saturday night with my parents. Even at that age, I had a lot of problems with the premise. I remember asking why the victim shrank so much and why he didn't turn into a snake as big as a person. I was told "it's just a movie".

Still it had lots of real snakes and snakes are fucking awesome.
B. Weed
I caught it on TV when I was a bit younger (maybe 6 or 7), and the unsuccessful part-transformed guy gave me the creeps. "They put a guy in makeup", I thought, "but what'd they DO to his arms and legs?"

Never occurred to me that they might hire an amputee/congenital case to play him-- and then thanks to the IMDB I found out about the actor, who made a minor career out of his lack of limbs:


Xenagama Warrior Princess
I remember watching this on SciFi around the age of 7 or 8 (you know, back when they actually had science fictions shows on their channel) and remembering how drastically dull this was. Then again, my impressionable young mind was craving more in the SFX department.

The only thing that I remember from this movie is the python getting hammered off of booze.
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