Based off of Bat’s glowing recommendation, we checked out this monster movie:

This scene is about two minutes in. It goes downhill from here.

This scene is about two minutes in. It goes downhill from here.

See?

See?

Two minutes later.

Two minutes later.


On a natural 'to-hit' roll of 20, giant water cobra swallows prey whole.

On a natural 'to-hit' roll of 20, giant water cobra swallows prey whole.

This is late in the movie. And, to be honest, by now I was cheering for the monsters. Or anything that would bring on the credits.

This is late in the movie. And, to be honest, by now I was cheering for the monsters. Or anything that would bring on the credits.

After grabbing these screenshots, I realized that the aspect ratio was off by a bit. But I decided that fixing them wouldn’t make the pictures look any better, so I left them.

My kids got a great laugh out of the whole thing, though, so it was well worth a Netflix.

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5 Comments to “Komodo vs. Cobra”

  1. James says:

    I’m sorry you wasted a Netflix slot on that one. I saw the trailer for it the other day and didn’t get halfway through it before I moved on to something else. I can see where the kids would have enjoyed it! There is also a trailer swimming around (no pun, intended) for Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus. It stars Lorenzo Lamas and Debbie Gibson. I know, she wants everyone to call her Deborah, but if I did, no one would know who I was talking about. Anyway, that looked like more fun than Komodo/Cobra.

  2. bat says:

    Glowing recommendation?!
    Holy Hams Sandwiches! You actually rented this movie?
    From Netflix?
    I bet they flagged your account as being a weirdo.

    • Kilgore says:

      I went and re-read your “glowing recommendation” and realized it was a warning. But by the time I figured it out it was too late. Sort of like those folks in ALIEN who mistook the warning beacon for a distress signal.

  3. bat says:

    For crying out loud! The Sci-Fi channel makes more convincing movies! All of those monster ones: Manticore, Basilisk, etc.