Films: The Killer Snakes (1974)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Didn't we do a film about a man and his snakes, already? Well, this one has the man actually communicating with the snakes, so it's totally different!
History: Zhihong was a disturbed youth/delivery boy with a special gift. For some unexplained reason, he can communicate with the snakes being slaughtered next door. With their help, he plans on killing all the thugs and jerks who beat him up and cost him his job.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Zhihong's killing spree comes to an end when the authorities arrive. He ditches the snakes in a burning building...only for them to come out and bite his ungrateful ass to death.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Admittingly, the floppy, somewhat disinterested snakes make some of the horror fall flat. But then again, you have a bunch of snakes coming at you, so survival is slim.
Trivia: -Sadly, snake slaughtering is a common practice in rural areas, particularly in Asia, mostly to farm their skins and such. We condemn it.
-This film was promoted in the U.S. as "Killer Snakes...the Hiss of Death".