Following the hallowed path marked out by Sharknado, this bargain-bin effort looks set to push the B-movie to new heights of self-aware silliness. We break down its trailer
Sharknado is old hat. Lavalantula? Passé. Supergator? Consider yourself retired. If you’re a fan of objectively bad films with stupid names about large animals, which you’ll watch drunk one night because it sounds funny (only to immediately realise that you much prefer films with things like plot and production design), you are in for a treat. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present Snake Outta Compton.
I mean, I could just stop there. Really, the title is all you need to know about Snake Outta Compton. There’s a snake – and let’s presume, given our affinity with the genre, that it’s quite a big snake – and it terrorises Compton. The end. We can also assume that the title came long before the film, and that the budget is so tiny that we’ll only actually see the snake in about three scenes.