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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Night of the Cobra Woman (1972)






















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From legendary producer Roger Corman comes a drive-in horror classic! After being bitten by a very unusual cobra, a beautiful nurse (Marlene Clarke, The Beast Must Die, Ganja & Hess) can turn herself into a snake and remain eternally young. However, to keep her youthful exterior, the cursed priestess requires a steady supply of venom -- and lusty young men at her beck and call to steal their youth! But trouble occurs when she falls for the boyfriend of a beautiful snake expert (Joy Bang), and he brings along a pet eagle. Can she make a choice between a mortal male and her cobra god Movini? 

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Self, links are broken on this one. Thanx.

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