There are lots of snakes in this film, and they are on a plane. (Could you guess?) There’s kind of a plot here, involving Sean Jones (Nathan Phillips) witnessing a murder and being escorted back to Hawaii by FBI agent Neville Flynn (Samuel L. Jackson) to testify against the murderer. Oh, and the murderer (Byron Lawson), a gangster named Eddie Kim, releases the snakes on the plane in the hopes of killing Jones, so that he can’t testify. Why did Kim choose such a stupidly complicated and random means of incapacitating the witness? Because it makes for one of the greatest cult classics of all time, obviously.