Vipers

Vipers

Vipers is a 2008 film directed by Bill Corcoran. It stars Tara Reid and Corbin Bernsen. It premiered on the Sci Fi Channel on September 21, 2008, and was released on DVD on September 23, 2008. A set of vipers has been taken by the scientists, and they've mutated them to make a cure for cancer, Then their experiment goes awry, and all these vipers escape into the woods, and they're not only biting people, they're actually killing people, in a little town

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Carlos M (ru) wrote: From a thematic standpoint this is an always interesting film, but as a narrative it is heavy-handed and ridden with clichs and tacky dialogue - and its romance never feels natural or involving but only contrived and mechanical, with a terrible performance by Nicholas Jacob.

Maria P (au) wrote: If I didn't watched korean version of this movie earlier, I would take japanese version much better.

Tyler A (au) wrote: I genuinely enjoyed this film as a child and still love it for what it is, a children's film. Could it have been better? Of course. But it was a good film.

Jon B (ru) wrote: The people who think Australian cinema is bad, this is probably the only film they've ever seen.

Ronald S (au) wrote: Linklater does it again! It's very 90s, but it's still totally easy to relate to. Giovanni Ribisi is awesome in this flick and this is the funniest I've ever seen Steve Zahn.Get rid of the Sooze and the Tim characters and this movie would have been perfect.

Zak T (fr) wrote: I give this movie such a positive rating because it is one of the most unintentionally hilarious movies I have ever seen. R.A. Dow, who's entire acting career is seen in this single film, plays Roger Grimes, who says some of the funniest lines I have ever heard a single character speak.

Erik G (kr) wrote: This is a great mystery-themed film of the '40s era, and here in 'The Scarlet Clue' Charlie Chan takes his case on soap opera radio. Filmed in good black and white quality.

John M (de) wrote: Brian De Palma's voyeurism approach seems somewhat obnoxious here, over-stylized and random. Nicolas Cage is also obnoxious and somewhat terrible in this. I feel like De Palma's trying to do an homage to film noir while also using his Hitchcock influences and mixing in some sort of an exploitation feel, but it feels jumbled, boring and overdone.

Marena M (ca) wrote: Loved it! Imagine that's a 4 1/2

Cody B (br) wrote: This was actually pretty damn funny. Rollins does some fantastic deadpan delivery. Pretty original, tbh.