Big Ass Spider!

Big Ass Spider!

When a giant alien spider escapes from a military lab and rampages across the city of Los Angeles, it is up to one clever exterminator and his security guard sidekick to kill the creature before the entire city is destroyed.

A giant alien spider escapes from a military lab and rampage the city of Los Angeles. When a massive military strike fails, it is up to a team of scientists and one clever exterminator to kill the creature before the city is destroyed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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RaraRafIqah F (kr) wrote: Surprisingly, this was a good movie. I love the twist at the end regarding Emma's shocking revelation and the one truly behind it. However, some parts could be improved like making the movie more realistic and not too cliched. Overall, a pretty decent movie for horror movie night.

Lemon E (gb) wrote: good old hk action film.. lots of fun to watch and i liked louis koo's clumsy acting lol

Bronwen M (es) wrote: Quite different, stays with you.

Adele C (nl) wrote: ????, ??, ? !!! ????.

Tyler E (it) wrote: All of the typical elements of the asian ghost story are there, but Shutter delivers some inventive and often effective scares. [B+]

Kylie M (it) wrote: i need to re-watch this lol

Jessica D (es) wrote: I love foreign movies.

Zach M (jp) wrote: This was a very fun and interesting horror/sci-fi starring Edward Furlong and Frank Langella.A virtual reality video game where you enact murders with the guidance of the Trickster.An interesting idea with some decent effects and humour.Brief nudity with minor violence made for a decent movie.

Michael R (nl) wrote: It's one of those classic late 80s/early 90s thrillers that just doesn't hold up all these years later.

Drew H (gb) wrote: Very nice, great take on the the Vietnam story and solid acting by these two

The Movie W (br) wrote: Making a Western in the eighties must have seemed a bold idea. Making a camp, farcical, musical one with a female impersonator in the lead may have been outright foolhardy. Lust in the Dust is a film that on the surface should be a delight; a mixture of the high camp grotesquerie and satire that has served John Waters wayward work so well combined with the independent spirit and nose for contemporary issues in a grindhouse package that had produced such films as Eating Raoul and Death Race 2000 for director Paul Bartel.When strong thighed Chanteuse Rosie Velez (Divine) arrives in the small desert backwater of Chilli Verde with her savior Abel Wood (Hunter), a mystery surrounding missing gold, a limerick and the existence of two tattooed buttocks unfolds. Add a rivalry between Rosie and the pneumatically upholstered Marguerita Ventura (Kazan) that could turn murderous and a gang of outlaws arriving on the scene also looking for the treasure and revenge. The plot is well worn, all the better to hang a series of set pieces, which, depending on your tolerance for high camp and the dubious charms of Divine as both an actor and singer, is either nails on the blackboard excruciating or a gay delight.The problem is that the film seems so geared towards cult status, aiming for a raucous 42nd street or Scala Cinema crowd that positively demands interaction. It goes for bad taste but Bartel's film chops are too skilled to make a deliberately grubby movie.What you get is a mixture of sub par Carry On innuendo mixed with a rich visual aesthetic that wouldn't disgrace a mainstream Western ( The films title comes from the nickname for the film Duel in the Sun, scandalously sexy and cleavage heaving in its day). The authenticity also stretches to the casting of such familiar faces as Juliette's dad and long time Clint Eastwood collaborator Geoffrey Lewis and John Ford regular Woody Strode. Throw in gimlet eyed character actor Henry Silva and one time Batman nemesis Cesar Romero and you have no lack of named performers who can do this stuff in their sleep. Even Tab Hunter is giving it his full Clint impression as Abel Wood.Made as a showcase for Divine, who had previously worked with Hunter on Polyester, the former Harris Glen Milstead has always been an acquired taste. Briefly hitting the UK charts with a cover of the song "Walk Like a Man", but mostly known for her work with John Waters and in particular the original version of Hairspray. In Lust in the Dust the mixture of high camp and low brow comedy clashes with the labored drag schtick that Divine peddles here. Always working best as part of an ensemble, Waters always managed to bring the best out of her. Waters likes his grotesques and is unafraid to put them front and center, aiming his barbs at a square society that values surface over character, and if he can get someone to eat a dog turd on camera then all the better. You can tell Divine has gone mainstream with this Western, no fresh steamer here, a clearly fake dead vulture is as stomach turning as it gets.In the end, what we have is a film uncertain in its approach. Afraid of letting itself go. It wants to be vulgar but not to disgust. It wants to flame and be camp, but not so it offends or be too flagrant in its homosexuality. It's trying to be good bad taste and no one wants that. Or to put it another way, don't feed me a Mars bar and tell me it's dog shit.(Review by Jason Abbey)

Konrad A (au) wrote: Did I miss something 98% of a movie wow not what I thought it was not a good movie! For me it was to slow of a movie not A lot of the action but that's just what I thought

Bill T (es) wrote: Odd, maybe TOO odd about a former fashion model who goes home to detoxify her drugged body. Somehow a native Texan wanders in and find out her life story... Or something. It's all very seventies abstract and it's both very fascinating and very boring. Worth it for the curiosity factor if anything. Plus Wesley Blake is easy on the eyes.

Adam R (us) wrote: Moving silent-era romance; a good example of when terrific acting elevates otherwise-sappy material.

bill s (de) wrote: The performances and the story are both very good in this well made drama.