The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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It's good only because it's so strange.
We're treated to some of the most hilariously sloppy CGI work you've ever seen, followed by (get this) rubber spiders dangling from strings! And not just a few of 'em. They're everywhere!
Part of the "Maneater Film Series. This is a pretty creepy movie from the start. If it doesn't make you skin crawl your a better man then I am. Its about a some students that go backpacking in the Jungles of India, One of them is bitten by a poisonous spider and they are to far from a town or village to get help so they must find a well known doctor who is lost in the jungle, a Dr. Lecorpus, (Like I would go looking for a guy with this name). The Jungle Tribe that the good Doctor lives with worships spiders. But there is something shaky going on here. The good Doctor is selling the body parts of missing hikers to the Black Market. Its one of the better films in Maneater Film Series. I have to give it 4 stars
This movie was OK for a film of its type if you do not expect to much. The movie has some good CGI of the spiders and they look OK. Lance Henriksen is a good choice for the doctor so he can do his made man thing again and is a good star name for the movie. The rest of the cast are good for mostly young teen actors. The direction was OK if a bit slow moving. The sound is also good and really helped the film along.
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