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Spasms

Spasms
Directed by William Fruet
Produced by John Newton
John G. Pozhke
Gordon Robinson
Maurice Smith
Written by Don Enright
William Fruet
Starring Peter Fonda
Oliver Reed
Kerrie Keane
Music by Eric Robertson
Tangerine Dream
Cinematography Mark Irwin
Distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation
Release date(s) October 28, 1983
Running time 90 min.
Country Canada
Language English

Spasms is a 1983 Canadian horror film directed by William Fruet.

Plot

Jason Kincaid (Oliver Reed) has this massive serpent captured and brought to the US because it killed his brother and he now shares some kind of psychic link with it. He enlists the help of psychologist Tom Brazilian (Peter Fonda) to study the animal and the mental connection, but they do not count on a group of snake worshiping Satanists to complicate matters by accidentally setting the beast free.

Cast

Production

The screenplay by Fruet and Don Enright is based on the novel Death Bite by Michael Maryk and Brent Monahan.

The film's special effects were designed by Dick Smith.

Release

The film was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Producers Distributing Corporation in May 1984. The film was on VHS by Thorn EMI Video.[1] As of 2011, the film has not been officially released on DVD

Soundtrack

The film's score was composed by Eric Robertson and Tangerine Dream.

See also

  • List of killer snake films

References

External links

  • Internet Movie DatabaseTemplate:1980s-Canada-film-stub
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