China White Serpentine 2004 Horror Movie Review
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The only forgivable mistake of this movie was the quasi-Lynch, highly stylized, rippage during the montage/[**]o scenes, and the general story-line, which, I am sure any other director would have pulled off. Big E.S. did not pull it off, however; rather, he took it, played with it, ran with it, then ultimately farted on it. Farted all over it.
The acting was par, a change for a Stanze film. The twist ending was contentious and ill-performed. The audio/visual of this film was the stuff of a first year film student.
I can not recommend this in good faith.
About China White Serpentine (2004)
China White Serpentine
D.J. Vivona, Eli DeGeer, Amanda Booth, Jason Allen Wolfe, Rachel Lewis (III),
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
70 minutesDirector: Eric Stanze Robin Garrels,
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