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Desc:Actual tagline: 'Compared to this, Carrie was an angel.'
Category:Classic Movies, Pets & Animals
Tags:Snakes, Crap, 1970s, bert convy, Blatant Rip-off
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
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Oscar Wildcat
Soundtrack by: "My cat hopping up on the piano and trying to get my attention".
Bert Convy means quality.
If The Asylum existed when the original Carrie came out, they'd of made this.
I'll always remember the end credits sequence, which is a series of stills from a flashback to the title characters child-hood days as a snake-handler, the congregation with their arms upraised while some kind of backwoods-y country hymn is sung.
I like Crazy People With Telekinesis Week.
Is it telekinesis? The summary makes it sounds like she just controls snakes.

I'm picturing snakes crawling inside the car engines and causing them to explode, like that killer ant movie where ants formed a living chain to short out a vehicle. You know, that killer ant movie with the two naked scientists at the end where no one here can ever remember the name of.

Binro the Heretic
She summons snakes from thin air.

She conjures regular-sized snakes that do regular-sized snake stuff like bite people and giant snakes that wreck cars and throw people down elevator shafts.

Watch the movie. It's in the hopper.

I like Evil Snakes Week.

So this movie is like a combination between Carrie, Creepers, Curse 2, and Heathers.
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