Fire Serpent

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Fire Serpent
Fire Serpent VideoCover.jpeg
Created byWilliam Shatner
Written byGarfield Reeves-Stevens
Judith Reeves-Stevens
Directed byJohn Terlesky
StarringNicholas Brendon
Sandrine Holt
Randolph Mantooth
Robert Beltran
Lisa Langlois
Patrice Goodman
Steve Boyle
Michelle Morgan
Joseph Motiki
Music byChuck Cirino
Country of originCanada
United States
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Tom Berry
Neil Bregman
Lisa M. Hansen
William Shatner
Producer(s)Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Judith Reeves-Stevens
Stefan Wodoslawsky
Gordon Yang
CinematographyPatrick McGowan
Editor(s)Robert E. Newton
Running time89 minutes
Production company(s)CineTel Films
Kandu Entertainment
Outrage Productions
Premiere Bobine
S.V. Scary Films
DistributorLionsgate Home Entertainment (DVD)
Original networkSci-Fi Channel
Original release
  • February 24, 2007 (2007-02-24)

Fire Serpent is a 2007 Sci Fi Channel monster movie directed by John Terlesky.


A solar flare from the sun sends a serpentine alien composed of fire to Earth where it begins to wreak havoc throughout a small community. During its search for more fuel to consume it stumbles upon a large military oil reserve. It soon becomes clear that an old man may hold the key to destroying it in the form of a Halogen Gun which may be used as a makeshift fire extinguisher of sorts. A small group of citizens decides to use this technology to make a stand against the creature only to face additional resistance from the beast, as well as a government employer who voluntarily helps the snake because he believes it is the spirit of a god.


Actor Role
Nicholas Brendon Jake Relm
Sandrine Holt Christina Andrews
Randolph Mantooth Dutch Fallon
Robert Beltran Cooke
Lisa Langlois Heather Allman
Patrice Goodman Billie
Richard Clarkin Kohler
Steve Boyle Dave Massaro
Diego Klattenhoff Young Dutch
Joseph Motiki Lieutenant
Vito Rezza Bartender
Marco Bianco State Trooper


David Cornelius from DVD Talk gave the film a negative review, writing, "Fire Serpent is a wretched sci-fi/horror mess, with laughable CGI effects, an empty plot, and zero suspense. (In other words, it's your run-of-the-mill Sci-Fi Channel production. Zing!) It's the kind of B picture that fails not because it's cheap, but because it's terminally dull."[1] Jon Condit from Dread Central awarded the film a negative score of 1 out of five, calling it "dull".[2]


  1. ^ Cornelius, David. "Fire Serpent : DVD Talk Review of the DVD Video". DVD David Cornelius. Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  2. ^ Condit, Jon. "Fire Serpent (2007) - Dread Central". Dread Jon Condit. Retrieved 5 April 2018.

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