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"It's Big, It's Bad and It Bites!"
This is a TV Movie. That always used to mean a mediocre movie, but in this case, it still does. There is a lot of relationship drama in the movie that gets in the way of the monster snake mayhem, but it still contains plenty of the gore you watch a movie like this to see.
A member of a snake-handling church (whose father was killed instantly by a snake bite) goes to buy some snakes from a Native American who shows him Unteka, a monster snake, "a plague on the land for centuries, a curse from an angry god" that killed many Indians long ago. If the monster snake gets out of its cage or eats something living, it will grow big and keep on growing.
The monster snake gets out out of its cage and eats something living and grows mega huge, and we have ourselves a big monster snake movie.
We do see some real snakes in the snake-handling church, gophersnakes, a milk snake and a California kingsnake, but all the monster snakes are computer generated.