Venom Woof! 1982 (R)
Deadly black mamba is loose in an elegant townhouse, terrorizing bigname cast. The snake continually terrorizes an evil kidnapper, his accomplices and his kidnapped victim. Participants walk through tired cliches with that far-away look in their eyes—like they wish they were anywhere else. Original director Tobe Hooper was replaced. 92m/C VHS, DVD . GB Sterling Hayden, Klaus Kinski, Sarah Miles, Nicol Williamson, Cornelia Sharpe, Susan George, Michael Gough, Oliver Reed; D: Piers Haggard; W: Robert B. Carrington; M: Michael Kamen.
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