Action / Thriller

IMDb Rating 2.7 10 177


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September 19, 2016 at 04:14 PM



Jessica Morris as Helen Pace
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jaynelle Kenney 1 / 10

So stupid

This is the stupidest movie I have ever seen. The "deadly" snakes in this movie consist of non-venomous king snakes and corn snakes. Harmless. Corn snakes do not even live in the desert. Either the people who made this movie are retarded or their budget was to afford snakes that are not family pets. Also, when the snakes are in the scene, a rattling sound plays. These snakes are not rattle snakes. Maybe it would have been more believable if they used rattlers and if the lady didn't walk through the desert for 10 hours with nothing more than a few dizzy spells caused by the deadly little king snake. The plot made no sense. The girl had an Ipod and could research snake bites but not send an email for help?

Reviewed by HorrorFan2013 6 / 10

Snake-O-Vision: The Movie

While there may have been an over exuberance of evil snake films in the past few years following the release of Snakes on a Plane, it is still possible for one to experience such a film with great enjoyment. That is where Venom comes in. The next time you have a pizza in the car and are hitting up the Redbox, check out this fun sci-fi flick.

As Helen and Lilly are driving through the desert, on their way to spend some quality mother-daughter time together. They mistakenly run over a snake, and don't think anything of it. Later, they run over something else, and discover that the former snake's mate is actually hunting them down. The pair becomes involved with murderous drug dealers as well, throwing more danger and excitement into the mix.

While not Oscar-bait, Venom provides a thoroughly entertaining movie for any Friday or Saturday night with the friends. The main draw of the friend is the emotional bond shared between the mother and daughter. What starts out as bitter resentment turns into a shared fight for survival.

Another way in which the film stands out from its peers is with what I will call it's "snake- o-vision," the point of view of the snake as it approaches its victims. Venom proves that it is another great addition to the films that thrive in the darkness on Saturday night. Campy and fun, Venom is one to enjoy with a large group of friends, pizza, and a couple beers.

Reviewed by thomas_mills 1 / 10

Waste of Time

OK, the writer, director and producer should all be left in a desert without water or food for two weeks for creating this piece of crap. It is their job to entertain us, not bore us to death to the point of praying the snake will catch up to Helen and Lily and end their lives. What person throws away their cell phone in the desert? Is she to stupid to turn it off if she doesn't want to talk to her husband? How does a man get shot in the back, with the bullet exiting his shoulder (you see the blood and bullet hole when it happens) then carry a suitcase full of money with the bad arm, later pouring water on what appears to be a scratch on his bicep. Another guy gets shot three times and shows up later without a sign of any wounds to have a climatic fight. Even Lily had more sense then the mother when it came to making decisions. I guess all the drugs the Mom does at the start of the movie sets us up... she is a world class loser. Skip the movie... it's a waste of time.

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