Snakes On A Plane collides head first with Straight Outta Compton in this wildly funny, gloriously gruesome creature feature parody about a rap group trying to save the city from a giant snake.
Director Hank Braxton adds another monster movie to his repertoire, following up his killer polar bear flick Unnatural, starring Django Unchained’s James Remar, this time with a giant mutant serpent slithering round Los Angeles and wreaking hilarious havoc.
As well as being jammed packed with laugh-out-loud gags and wince-inducing gore, Braxton throws in parodies of the films Speed and Training Day, a dream sequence featuring some legendary rappers, as well as some startling sequences of giant snake carnage, as the mutated beast destroys half of downtown LA, and even takes on a helicopter.
Nerd scientist Vurkel is experimenting in his bedroom in south Los Angeles, testing an enlarging ray on a snake. Meanwhile his housemates are preparing for an audition to score a major record deal. When Vurkel’s fast-changing test snake escapes, it’s up to him and the rappers – and a pair of mismatched cops – to track it down and stop it before it grows completely out of control.