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VHS Box Cover of the movie Serpent's Lair
|Directed by||Jeffrey Reiner|
|Produced by||Vlad Paunescu|
|Written by||Marc Rosenberg|
|Music by||Vinny Golia|
|Editing by||Virginia Katz|
The Kushner-Locke Company
|Distributed by||New City Releasing|
|Release date(s)||October 19, 1995 (The Hamptons Film Festival)|
|Running time||90 Minutes|
- Title: Serpent's Lair
- Also Known As: The Nesting
- Release Date: October 19, 1995
- MPAA Rating: Rated R for language and adult situations.
- Runtime: 90 Minutes
- Director: Jeffrey Reiner
- Writer: Marc Rosenberg
- Studio: Castel Films, The Kushner-Locke Company
- Genre: Thriller
- Tagline: She hunts to mate and mates to kill.
|Jeff Fahey||Tom Bennett|
|Lisa Barbuscia||Lillith (as Lisa B)|
|Heather Medway||Alex Bennett|
|Jack Kehler||Occult Man|
|Taylor Nichols||Paul Douglas|
Jeff Fahey leaves behind the virtual reality of "The Lawnmower Man" to star in a film that places him in yet another dangerous realm: a "Serpent's Lair." Fahey plays a man who cannot resist temptation. He meets a gorgeous, if enigmatic, young woman. They begin a torrid affair. After the sexual encounter, however, he finds himself on the cusp of madness, and locked in a fray with Satan himself!
The following review can be found at the IMDb entry for this film in the external links below:
- Doesn't quite cut it.
- Viewed On: August 7, 1999
- Author: Hermit C-2
Here we have one of those nice young couples who have found the apartment they've been searching for, only it has a sinister past. But heck, they say, so what if a guy killed himself and wrote some strange words on the wall. We'll just throw a mirror over that. But there are also a few amenities they didn't count on, like a multitude of vaguely menacing cats. Plus the apartment comes equipped with its own sexy succubus--not what every wife would want for her husband.
There is more sex than scares in this movie, though neither will have you on the edge of your seat. But things do pick up a little toward the end. Jeff Fahey, B-movie vet, stars as the husband and Lisa B (didn't she used to play for Prince?) is the bedeviling demon lady. Taylor Nichols ('Metropolitan' and 'Barcelona') also has a small role.