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Q: The Winged Serpent (Q) (1982)

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Starring (View all)
Michael Moriarty Michael Moriarty
Jimmy Quinn
David Carradine David Carradine
Shepard
James Dixon James Dixon
Lt. Murray
Malachy McCourt Malachy McCourt
Commissioner
Fred J. Scollay Fred J. Scollay
Capt. Fletcher
Peter Hock Peter Hock
Det. Clifford


Written by
Larry Cohen Larry Cohen
(writer)


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4 years, 11 months ago at Jun 8 11:28
This film doesn’t mess about. Within the first few minutes a window cleaner is decapitated by an unknown beast and a sunbathing beauty is plucked from a rooftop. David Carradine and Richard Roundtree’s cops are sent to deal with a mysteriously flayed corpse. And a seeming random crook takes part in a diamond heist.
The first half hour of this movie really sets up your expectations – a... read more
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Description: Genre pioneer Larry Cohen, who broke new horror ground with the killer-baby hit It's Alive!, takes a stab at the giant-monster scenario with this enjoyable low-budget exercise. The title refers to the winged Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, represented here as a dragon-like flying lizard (thanks to some quaint but amusing stop-motion animation from David Allen), who decides to take up residence in the art-deco spire of the Chrysler Building, taking frequent jaunts in the midday sun to nip the heads off various hapless New Yorkers. The resulting bloody mess confounds detectives Shepard (David Carradine) and Powell (Richard Roundtree), who ... (more)
Release date: 29 October 1982
UPC: 013131048599
Tags: Horror (6), Monster (6), 1982 (5), Thriller (5), Giant Monster (4), 1980s (4), Drama (4), Mythology (3), Independent Film (3), New York City (3), Gore (3), Usa (2), Robbery (2), Police (2), Giant Egg (2), Quetzalcoatl (2), Aztec God (2), Human Sacrifice (2), Topless Female Nudity (1), Aztec Indian (1)
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