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Ratings & Reviews

  1. msmichel's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    A fun exercise from Larry Cohen melding D.I.Y. 80's style New York production values with the giant monster genre (just 6 years after Dino's remake of King Kong). The serpent effects are pretty cheesy and the real special effect here is the performance of Michael Moriarty who is channeling something beyond mondo. Somehow this one had escaped me until now.

  2. Ethan's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    This is a nice little dragon film with a badass cast that includes David Carradine and Richard Roundtree. What more could you ask for?

  3. film_lies101's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    When Michael Moriarty isn't onscreen the film is incredibly dull

  4. Nelson Núñez's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    Una premisa disparatada y prometedora que no termina de cuajar por culpa de un guión aburrido y una factura, a ratos, chapucera. Lo único rescatable es la fantástica actuación de Michael Moriarty.

  5. Rob Mann's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    Michael Moriarty puts on an acting clinic. A must see performance.

  6. Michael Harbour's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    A fun creature movie with a nicely casual performance from David Caradine as a tough detective and an absolutely delightful turn by Michael Moriarty as low-rent criminal who works every angle but dreams of making it as a jazz pianist. Moriarty makes the movie worthwhile all by himself.

  7. rllr's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    So, WHO exactly played Captain Ahab?!?

  8. Stephen Campbell's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

  9. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    Z-grade monster but dynamite acting, particularly by Michael Moriarity, who redfines wierdness in this one

  10. Johnny DuBiel's rating of the film Q: The Winged Serpent

    In the mid eighties, B-movie horror-meister Larry Cohen was on a bit of a role, and this is the high point of his output in this time period. Surprisingly strong acting, specifically by Michael Moriarty, anchors a pretty solid horror/detective story. The serpent is used sparingly, and effectively.