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Sand Serpents Full Movie Download


Not-bad film that made its premiere on the SyFy Channel like many movies of its ilk. This one is a little bit above average of its type. Sure you have the so-so CGI effects but there is quite a bit of decent acting here. Jason Gedrick leads a group of American soldiers who are captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan. But they are soon able to escape when the bad guys are eaten by giant worms or the sand serpents of the title.




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John Schoenherr provided the earliest artwork for the Dune series, including the illustrations in the initial pulp magazine serial and the cover of the first hardcover edition. Frank Herbert was very pleased with Schoenherr's art,[8] and remarked that he was "the only man who has ever visited Dune".[9] Schoenherr gave the sandworm three triangular lobes that form the lips of its mouth. This design was referenced for the sandworm puppets that appeared in the 1984 movie adaptation of Dune.[10]


Critics were generally not impressed with the film's effects.[27][28] Roger Ebert called Lynch's sandworms "striking", but noted, "the movie's special effects don't stand up to scrutiny. The heads of the sand worms begin to look more and more as if they came out of the same factory that produced Kermit the Frog (they have the same mouths)."[29] Entertainment Weekly's Sandra P. Angulo called the sandworms "embarrassingly phallic looking".[30] Daniel D. Snyder of The Atlantic was impressed by the "gargantuan" appearance of the sandworms thanks to the "staggering sense of scale" achieved by the miniature sets created by Emilio Ruiz del Río.[27] Though panning the film overall, Janet Maslin of The New York Times noted the "nice worm-fight at the end of the story."[31] Hoai-Tran Bui of /Film noted that "the popular image of the sandworm comes from David Lynch's 1984 film, which depicted the massive creatures as fleshy, phallic-looking monsters."[32]


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