Curse of the Komodo (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This film, and it’s “sequel” Komodo vs. Cobra, should be seen together. It raises the humor value. No, they aren’t great films, or even very good, but they do have quite a bit of humor. Take Paul Logan for example. I recognized him right off the bat as a [**] actor. In this film he’s a crook, Drake. In the sequel, he’s Major Frank, a short-lived victim. Glori-Anne Gilbert and Ted Monte are also in both films. And of course the house is in both, along with the poorly done cgi(?) Komodos.
Know what I think? I think they took a crew to Hawaii, made a couple of films and stayed around to do some [**] as well. Just my opinion.
The best thing in KVC was Michael Pare. What a great voice, and oddly, he was there for comic relief as well as heroism.
Anyway, both films are about a 3, just for the humor, T&A (in this one) and comedy. There are identical lines between the military general and his foil in both films. In conclusion, good Saturday fare, and at a decent price.
About Curse of the Komodo (2005)
Starring: Tim Bell Melissa Brasselle
Runtime: 92 minutes
Director: Jim Wynorski