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Plot: After a Soviet space station crashes into a New York City subway tunnel, a species of poisonous spiders is discovered, and soon they mutate to gigantic proportions and wreak havoc on the city. Runtime: 89 mins Release Date: 07 Feb 2013
Magnificent Vision Realized Artistically Through Stunning Cinematic Technologies (by dianerpessler-46164)
There are times when the perfect script is presented to a gifted director and the combined vision of the artists is so large it seems too immense to be confined to a motion picture screen. This is the case with this film and it is when the cinematic technology of 3D becomes more than a gimmick but an essential creative choice. The expression of such a concept as in this film requires it and no other technique would do service to the epic story. Superb director Tibor Takacs and screenwriter Joseph Farrugia have realized their vision in breathtaking fashion and their inspired collaboration has <more>
brought to the screen the incredibly intense, overwhelmingly terrifying, and stunning special effects extravaganza that is Spiders: 3D. This is not simply a movie. It is the epitome of all motion picture experience.
Arachnophobic? Then Pass this thriller up! (by rexferal11-856-669191)
Once again, I'm amazed at the number of less than flattering reviews of these movies. Are audiences so spoiled by mega-buck blockbusters that they can't take a decent flick at face value and enjoy it? Fine, you don't care for the genre. Okay, then go watch a genre you enjoy and leave the petty nitpicking behind.$7,000,000 estimated is not "low budget," so that group of hyper-critics can't denounce that. The story is fairly original given a much worked over genre. The film flows smoothly. Director Tibor Takács has done an admirable job of keeping the story on <more>
track and presenting it well. Lorenzo Senatore's Cinematography is excellent. The acting is quite good, actually. Patrick Muldoon, Christa Campbell, and William Hope deliver solid performances as do others. Someone commented, "Terrible CGI." Maybe it's me, but I thought the CGI looked pretty damn good. That was one heck of a lot of spiders wreaking one heck of a lot of havoc on New York.I can't for the life of me understand why some reviewers find it necessary to absolutely trash films. Most are entertaining and each needs to be taken on it's own merits. If these people don't like these films so much, then why do they bother to watch them? Just to mindlessly trash them? If someone is going to write a review, write one with some substance and forethought.Spiders is a well made film. It gets intense and delivers plenty of exciting entertainment - if that is what someone is looking for. If you don't like the genre, then don't waste your time.I recommend Spiders without reservation - if you like this sort of thing. I sure do!
Non-stop excitement with these ugly spiders. The special effects were quite good, unless you are totally anti-spider - in which case you would never make it to the end.Story-wise there is nothing new. Certainly nothing new about the ending. We've see that type of thing many, many times.If you want the h--- frightened out of you, if you like a lot of suspense, some of it familiar, you will really enjoy this flick. By the way, some expert with these things should be able to sum up the number of movies about spiders - excluding Spiderman.One goof, obvious to those from the neighborhood. <more>
There is a scene at a subway station called Vernon-Jackson. In the movie it was an underground station, but in Queens it is an elevated station - three stations away from my old home station of Bliss Street.Nothing blissful about "Spiders," but loads of excitement, it is to be recommended. So there!!
Enjoyable and impressive entry (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
When a satellite falls into the New York subway, a transient worker and his family find the unit housed a race of mutated spiders in a secret government project and must race to stop the creatures from overrunning the city.This was quite a decent overall effort that turned out quite average overall. When this works, it's the early build-up of the disaster that strikes the city and the chaos that ensues trying to get everything back in order, which is the first half to this as it's all quite good. The damage to the station and the resulting inspections bring about a rather intriguing <more>
series of scenes with the enjoyable action-film scenario present, and with the slowly-unfolding mystery about the eggs and spider-webbing down there it turns nicely into a true-horror effort. The quarantine procedures and the follow-up to the viral outbreak story make for quite an enjoyable time as well which brings about the film's main enjoyable scenes in the spider attacks on the soldiers. Still under the false story about the viral outbreak, the unprepared soldiers fall victim to the human-sized spiders out on the abandoned streets in fine fashion with enjoyable shootouts and action scenes against the creatures who utilize their speed, size and numbers advantage to great effect leading to a lot of good as the battles are ongoing against the rush to get to safety and stop the creatures from getting to the rest of the family. As well, the finale here is the total fun of the traditional monster-on-the-loose creature feature about the gargantuan-sized creature being attacked on the streets by the military with soldiers, bazookas and tanks as well as helicopters all coming together to get the creature while there's still plenty of other thrilling action with the more human-sized ones dealing with their efforts to keep the family alive in the wake of it's destruction, and the overall effect is quite exciting. Combined with the actually-decent CGI for the creatures as well as their enjoyable and creepy design overall, there's a lot to like here but it does have a few problematic areas. The biggest issue for this one is the first half being more covert-spy film than straight up horror as the vast majority of time is spent with the government cover- up about the secret project and getting the two contained that it never really bothers to get a lot of exciting moments in here. The secretive nature of the project makes no sense, as well as the explanation offered for the initial crash as it's clearly seen to be dislodged from a meteor strike yet is continuously claimed as a malfunctioned piece of equipment from an obsolete piece of technology, and the fact that there were numerous witnesses who seen the object fall into the station really makes the viral outbreak story quite illogical for a cover-up to begin with. All told, these tend to drag this out quite readily in the first half and really reduces the spiders' screen time. The other problematic area is the totally unimpressive 3D effects, which are just so lame and hamfisted into the story that there's almost no reason for it to be shot in the format anyway with so little screen-time you actually forget it was filmed that way. These are what really hold this back.Rated R: Graphic Language and Graphic Violence.