La Invasión de las Arañas (2003)

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Unos estudiantes investigan arañas prehistóricas que cobran vida y atrapan a los jóvenes. Rob Monkiewicz, Irene Joseph, David Bunce, Bevin McGraw. Dirigida por Brett Piper.
Rating:
R (adult situations/language, nudity)
Genre:
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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MTI Home Video

Cast

Rob Monkiewicz
as Sean Pachowski
Irene Joseph
as Chandra Weaver
David Bunce
as Professor Mugford
James Aspden
as Moses Cobb
Dan Mazur
as Truck Driver
Ben Kahn
as Farmer's Hand
Fred La Torella
as Col. Weaver
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Critic Reviews for La Invasión de las Arañas

All Critics (3)

Clearly crafted with an affection for the genre and a flair for the enjoyably dumb.

Full Review… | June 25, 2003
eFilmCritic.com

If you liked Eight Legged Freaks and you can overlook the film's cheap stop-motion effects, then Arachnia should satisfy your B-movie fix on a rainy night.

Full Review… | January 1, 2007
Dread Central

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Full Review… | December 6, 2005
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Full Review… | October 29, 2003
Film Threat

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October 29, 2003
Daily-Reviews

Hilariously bad.

July 21, 2003
Slasherpool

Audience Reviews for La Invasión de las Arañas

½

36/100. This is not to be confused with the decent Arachnophobia, this film is a very low budget and cheap rip-off of that movie. This one is so bad, it actually does have some entertainment value on that level. There are numerous unintended (I think) laugh out loud scenes. I wasn't expecting much from the film, and it was actually worse than I had imagined it would be. It's a cliche ridden and predictable direct to video mess. Fortunately, it doesn't take itself too seriously. The acting, as expected, is not quite Oscar caliber. The special effects are poor, worse than I would have thought they would be. Poorly edited and the score is intrusive.

James Higgins
James Higgins
½

his is not to be confused with the decent Arachnophobia, this film is a very low budget and cheap rip-off of that movie. This one is so bad, it actually does have some entertainment value on that level. There are numerous unintended (I think) laugh out loud scenes. I wasn't expecting much from the film, and it was actually worse than I had imagined it would be. It's a cliche ridden and predictable direct to video mess. Fortunately, it doesn't take itself too seriously. The acting, as expected, is not quite Oscar caliber. The special effects are poor, worse than I would have thought they would be. Poorly edited and the score is intrusive.

James Higgins
James Higgins

After such popular demand (sarcasm), the king of C-grade low budget horror, Brett Piper (Drainiac, They Bite, A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell) has delivered what millions upon millions of fans (more sarcasm) have demanded: a huge nature run-amok spider film. After a meteor hits the Earth in a atomic bomb type fashion, a large hole is opened, allowing caved in massive spiders to roam about freely in order to abduct humans (when they are not too busy drinking moonshine or having lesbian sex) and bring them back to their lair in order to impregnate them with spider larvae which hatch Alien-style. This film is a hoot and a half to watch and should really not be taken seriously in order to enjoy it. One of them broads flaunts her titties around, so that's nice, but the real treasure of this film is ALL of the dynamite and bombs that are used which manage to blow the spiders AND ONLY the spiders up and not ANYTHING else around them including rooftops, landscape, and even humans. Hardy har har; a har-fest of hilarity!

Jason Duron
Jason Duron

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