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Sterling Hayden ("The Killing"), Nicol Williamson ("Excalibur") and Sarah Miles ("Blowup") co-star in this gripping suspense thriller directed by Piers Haggard ("Blood on Satan's Claw") and featuring some very real--and extremely deadly--Black Mambas! END
One might think the premise is too difficult to pull off but that is simply not the case.
In Jaws, the creepiest and scariest scenes were not those where the attacks occurred, but the dialog and character reactions.
Venom is a very entertaining Low budget film with some great visuals, amazing score and some very chilling atmospheres.
An excellent movie full of suspense and surprises at every turn. It really keeps you on the edge of your seat.Published 3 months ago by Gaylord Gaulden
"Venom" is the 1981 movie based upon the novel by Alan Scholefield (or, as he's known in America, 'who?'), and is not a bad adaptation of said work. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Leslie Karen Rigsbey
I watched this movie a hundred times when I was a kid. My father has a fear of snakes which made this fun to watch. Read morePublished 11 months ago by nlm
Klaus has always been an interesting character since I first saw him in Dr. Zhivago
as the chained laborer on the boxcar that took Zhivago and his family to the Urals. Read more
GREAT HORROR FILM WITH LOT'S OF GREAT OLD SCHOOL ACTORS. GREAT HORROR FILMS ABOUT SNAKES ARE HARD TO COME THESE DAYS BUT THIS ONE IS THE ULTIMATE KILLER SNAKE MOVIE!!!Published 21 months ago by Augustine Garcia
Venom is a great movie. You never expect a snake story developing in London during a winter!! Higly Recommended. Thanks.Published 23 months ago by Rosa
I liked this movie as a kid, and I still like to put it on from time to time. It's creepy with some very intense scenes that keep you on the edge of your chair. Read morePublished on December 10, 2010 by Constant Reader
Piers Haggard, the director of Venom, has been around the block for a while. He knows what he's doing behind the camera. Read morePublished on October 6, 2010 by Get What We Give
'The kidnap that became a murder that became a siege that became a death trap!' screamed the trailer trying to pull in the audience to Venom back in 1981. "What's on telly? Read morePublished on September 20, 2010 by Trevor Willsmer
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