ANACONDA 3: OFFSPRING (2008) Overview


Anaconda 3: Offspring aka Anaconda 3 is a 2008 made-for-television horror film directed by Don E. FauntLeRoy from a screenplay co-written by Nicholas Davidoff and David C. Olson (as David Olson). The movie stars David Hasselhoff, Crystal Allen, Anthony Green, and John Rhys-Davies.

A sequel to Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, it is the third film in the “Anaconda” series.


A very large female anaconda captured from the Amazon River basin and another larger and smarter male anaconda is being held in a scientific lab owned Wexel Hall for experimentation. The research project is led by Dr Amanda Hayes (Crystal Allen) and funded by Murdoch (John Rhys-Davies), a well-known industrialist. While visiting the facility, Murdoch agitates the male anaconda with a large flashlight, and he is gassed to calm him down.

However, like Murdoch, his assistant Pinkus (Ryan McCluskey), and a scientist leaves, the anaconda breaks through his enclosure’s wall. As it escapes, it kills many of the people working in the lab, Cupboard escapes the destruction. In looking through the facility, Amanda and another researcher realize that the second (Queen) anaconda has also escaped. Murdoch calls in a team of animal hunters, led by Hammett (David Hasselhoff), to capture both snakes. Amanda and Pinkus go with them. At a small farm in the middle of the woods, the owner is eaten alive by one of the snakes…


Produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment, the film premiered on Sci-Fi Channel on July 26, 2008. It was released on DVD on October 21, 2008, in the U.S. in the U.K. on October 20, 2008.


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