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King Cobra (Sous-titres français) [Import]

Pat Morita , Scott Hillenbrand , Scott Hillenbrand , David Hillenbrand    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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2.0 out of 5 stars instead July 6 2004
By Mari
I reccommend Komodo instead. I prefer shark movies, but I liked Komodo better than all the croc,gator,snake movies i've seen.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Tame but deadly April 23 2004
This is another snake horror movie. Made back in 1998. Some scientist are conduction some experiements. There is an accident the lab catch on fire. During the fire a genetic created Snake that is 30 feet long that is half Rat Snake half king Cobra escape.
After killing the head since test daughther seth lead the lab and beens killing people outside the facility. A good movie with action adventure. Some sexuality in one part. The second highest death count of a horror movie I have seen .
It has some good actor including the guy that play mr Hogu is in it. (...)
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3.0 out of 5 stars COILED TO STRIKE March 20 2004
KING COBRA is another giant snake movie; this time around it's a genetically enhanced cobra and rattlesnake that wreaks havoc. Pat Morita "stars" as a herpetologist who is recruited to destroy this giant snake named Seth, which escaped from its laboratory when a shot up techy decided to try something new and blew the lab up. Character actor Joseph Ruskin plays the scientist who managed the project, and lost an eye in the fire. The snake is on the loose during a beer making festival (that's original), and it chomps on a few locals before being unceremoniously killed in the end. Director Hellenbrand stages some nice scary moments early in the film, but he never shows us the full snake (budget probably didn't allow), but the close-ups are pretty effective.
Not a bad snake movie, but not a classic either!
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5.0 out of 5 stars AweSSSSSSSome, SSSSSSSnake Movie! Jan. 10 2004
I got this DVD for X-Mas and watched it as soon as I could! I never got a chance to review it until now, so here it goes:
A group of animal chemists are experimenting with several spieces of snakes, one the ameature docs (who injected himself with drugs before the accident), messes everything up and accidentally combines the DNA of an EASTERN DIAMONDBACK RATTLESNAKE and an INDIAN KING COBRA together!
RESULT: A 30-foot, killer, half rattler, half cobra serpent is created!
This is one of the best "creature features" around. The actors are really good and the snake is terrifyingly realistic! It also gave my Grandmother nightmares!
If you enjoy KING COBRA, you should also sink your fangs in to:
7. CROCODILE (1981).
8. BOA.
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2.0 out of 5 stars king cobra-another low-budget snake movie May 4 2002
Format:VHS Tape
overall this movie is pretty feeble. there are loads of this kind of movie around at the moment and this continues the trend of being rather bad. originality-what i think is the most important thing in any movie- i'd give about 25%. yes, it really is that bad.
the effects are poor too, escpecially all the cutting views of the snake when that man dies (that really fobs me off!) and the snake itself needs improvement. the tactic of keeping us from seeing the snake until near the end while not being original wroked quite well, it's a pity the snake itself is so disappointing. i expected better from this, perhaps i shouldn't have. it has 'made for tv' virtually written all over it. it really wouldn't be hard to find a better movie than this to waste your time. acting is awful, i can't name any of the actors at all, and above all this movie is forgetteable. the production design on the box is quite good though.
my view on this is if you are under ten or really, really bored rent this, but otherwise don't.
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3.0 out of 5 stars King Cobra Feb. 1 2002
By A Customer
King Cobra is about a mutated snake named Seth. He is mixed between a rattle snake and a cobra.When a lab explodes Seth is unleashed in a small town and starts to kill who ever is found in his path. The town soon finds out if they don't stop this snake they will all be dead. The special effects were very well done. The acting is good too. The plot could have been changed a little more to make it more exciting. Still it is a fun movie to watch every once and a while. The dvd is exellent. The dvd has an 8 minute making of king cobra. A great trailer and a production commentary by David and Scott Hillenbrand. King cobra is a great movie to add to your collection of snake movies. Recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars king snobra Oct. 1 2001
By tommy
Format:VHS Tape
seth evil.king cobra is awsomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. people told me it was bad.so i nervesley bought it with my allowance.i watched and saw how scary it was and cool. seeeeeeeeeeee it awsome very scary. RATED PG13 FOR TERROR VOILENT SNAKE BITES VOILEENSE AND LANG.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Funny predictible uber-horror Aug. 5 2001
When I rented this film I really didn't expect much out of it, but surprise surprise, it didn't suck as much as I thought it would. Now I'm as big a fan of Pat Morita as the next guy, but his preformance as the only "big name" talent is really disapointing. He has a showdown with the snake. A THIRTY FOOT SNAKE!! vs. PAT MORITA. DOES THAT SEEM TO MAKE SENSE!!!?? But hey what do you expect. The film's acting was tolerable, some of the effects were ok, but for the most part a big rubbery looking snake with an awckwardly positioned neck, and the token *SHOCK* shots used to make the film "scarrier" make you jump a bit, but oly in releif that you don't have to b on the lookout. The ending was also a huge dissapointment. You never find ut what happens to some of the characters and it practicaly screams at you, "LOOK OUT FOR KING COBRA 2" ut what do you expect from straight to video horror. ^.^
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