Deep in the Tennessee woods, a group of pentecostal worshipers enjoy their right to free religious assembly...
Les Daniels (aka Michael Shanks) lives with a fear of snakes. As a child, his father was killed during a snake-handling church service. Yeah, I know. Still, I have seen worse back stories.
Les' brother, a snake-handling preacher, looks for something new to bring to service this Sunday.
In doing so, he accidentally unleashes a rare, extremely deadly mythical snake.
Soon, the snake escapes into the small town and lunch is served!
Now, Les must overcome his paralyzing fear to help protect his small town against a growing, deadly Megasnake! Ooohh... scary!
Overall, this movie is pretty good! The special effects are really good for the forum, the story really isn't too bad, and there are a couple of genuinely funny moments. Unfortunately, there are a couple of drawbacks: (1) the acting is terrible (other than Michael Shanks) and (2) this movie is basically Gremlins in Tennessee--only not as good. The snake even comes with three rules that are ignored. Still, this movie is well worth owning for $3. If you get a chance to see it, do so.
Rating: 4 Bites out of 5