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For its time, and in general, it's a good and watchable giant spider movie. Acting is pretty good, and the score and atmosphere is also great. Overall, a great watch.
I personally thought that director, Jack Sholder did a good job at this film. Sholder is also known for the sequel to Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Back. Good spider film. Never got the point of the worm/centipede creature things
Pretty naff stuff,giant spider in the jungle. People doing stupid things to die. The effects are at least more practical than cgi
The gore value in this giant spider horror is fine, but the story around it doesn't generate enough interest with some very dull characters on show.
i met the director of this and told him i watched it, his response was "you didn't watch the whole thing did ya?"
Despite my well documented love of awesome terrible movies this one completely failed to grab my attention despite any amount of monstrous creepy crawlies .
It wasn't much to do with spiders until at the end with giant alien spider with a shell like steel. Good summary of how good the movie was. Even the bit with half a flying caterpillar.
when you turn it off in 5 minutes, that should give you an idea
To his credit, Jack Sholder has claimed that this is his least favorite film of his own.
Offering absolutely nothing new to the creature feature genré, this is a playful tease that has moments of being downright nasty and is littered with poor performances.