The movie Venom (1981) is a British natural horror-thriller film directed by Piers Haggard. The plot revolves around a group of international terrorists who plan to kidnap the grandson of a wealthy American businessman living in London. However, their plan goes awry when they mistakenly unleash a deadly black mamba snake instead of their intended target.
The movie Venom (1981) follows the deadly game of cat and mouse as the terrorists, the businessman, and his family find themselves trapped in a mansion with the venomous snake. As the snake slithers through the house, the tension and fear escalate, leading to a deadly confrontation between man and reptile.
- Klaus Kinski as Jacques Müller
- Oliver Reed as Dave Averconnelly
- Nicol Williamson as Cmdr. William Bulloch
- Sarah Miles as Ruth Hopkins
– Venom (1981) is based on the novel of the same name by Alan Scholefield.
– The film received mixed reviews upon release, with criticism directed towards its sets, acting, and special effects.
– Despite its flaws, Venom has gained a cult following over the years, with fans appreciating its suspenseful atmosphere and intense performances.