Mega Snake (2007)





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A man is forced to overcome his lifelong fear of snakes in order to protect his town from a mythical serpent that is growing at an alarming rate and swallowing up anything and anyone who happens to cross its slithering path. Les Daniels was just a young boy when his father was bitten and killed by an extremely poisonous snake. Years, later, Lee is still petrified of snakes. When Lee's brother inadvertently releases an extremely deadly serpent that was feared by ancient cultures, the one person with the power to defeat the creature is the same one who fears it most. Now trapped in a terrifying situation and forced to confront his painful past, Lee boldly sets up to stop the Meg Snake before it's too late.
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Siri Baruc
as Erin
Matthew Atherton
as Feedback
John T. Woods
as Duff Daniels
Nick Harvey
as Cooley
Ben Cardinal
as Screaming Hawk
Andrea Enright
as Mrs. Phillips
Stanimir Stamatov
as Cop No. 1
Terence H. Winkless
as Mr. Phillips
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Critic Reviews for Mega Snake

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It bites all right . . .

Full Review… | April 28, 2008
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Audience Reviews for Mega Snake


The CGI is typical low grade for a Sci-Fi channel movie, but the story and characters aren't really that bad. Decent humor but some stupid scenes, plot is a bit similar to Gremlins.. It wasn't what I was expecting and I actually enjoyed it a bit.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

A very bloody, cheesy, and yet so-bad-that-it's-funny SyFy film. Possibly my favorite of the SyFy Channel.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

Super Reviewer


Daft and delightful big animal romp. The performances are all delivered with a wink-and-a-nudge along with suspiciously bad dialogue (probably written that way). One line of dialogue is reminiscent of something from Ed Wood's films. "He's dead!?" "Extremely". The special effects aren't too shabby, and the film pulls a few surprises, such as a poorly put together couple trying to deal with their problems, people looking like they are about to escape and then snubbing it etc. There's some mumbo jumbo about Native American folklore, which is a tad silly, but makes a change from the usual genetically modified snakes. This makes it man vs. nature in its purest form, and not man's mistake. If you like big snake movies you wont be disappointed by the number of cliches and some of the deviations from the norm.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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