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Venom 2005

Venom ★★ 2005 (R)

Swampset slasher flick offers redneck Ray (Cramer) getting bitten by a suitcase full of snakes that happened to belong to a voodoo priestess. Ray gets resurrected and goes after all the pretty teens (male and female) who annoyed Ray when he was alive. Hits all the genre highlights, so if voodoo and zombies and gore, oh my, are what you're searching for, look no further. 87m/C DVD . US Agnes Bruckner, Joshua Jackson, Rick Cramer, Meagan Good, Bijou Phillips, Method Man, Laura Ramsey, Pawel Szajda, Stacey Travis, James Pickens Jr., Davetta Sherwood, D.J. Cotrona, Marcus Lyle Brown, Deborah Duke; D: Jim Gillespie; W: Flint Dille, Brandon Boyce; C: Steve Mason; M: James L. Venable.

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