Kingdom of the Spiders
Investigating the mysterious deaths of a number of farm animals, vet Rack Hansen discovers that his town lies in the path of hoards of migrating tarantulas. Before he can take action, the streets are overrun by killer spiders, trapping a small group of towns folk in a remote hotel.
- Stars:William Shatner, Tiffany Bolling, Woody Strode, Lieux Dressler, David McLean, Natasha Ryan, Altovise Davis, Joe Ross, Marcy Lafferty, Adele Malis-Morey, Roy Engel, Hoke Howell, Bill Coontz, Whitey Hughes, Jay Lawrence,
- Director:John 'Bud' Cardos,
- Writer:Richard Robinson (screenplay), Alan Caillou (screenplay), Jeffrey M. Sneller (original story), Stephen Lodge (original story)
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Kingdom of the Spiders torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: My daughter adores this; the series and the movies.
(us) wrote: Too much chruch and Christ!!!!
(es) wrote: A totally unappreciated concert film.
(br) wrote: A young man, who happens to be a Mormon missionary, comes to term with his sexual identity and falls in love. Steve Sandvoss plays the naieve missionary. Jacqueline Bisset has a role as a restaurant owner in this film; she is mesmerizing. A must see movie!
(gb) wrote: A hilarious comedy that talks about the importance of community and why you shouldn't steal.
(de) wrote: this is my favorite movie and it has been for sometime. this movie is full of man bashing but once you look past all of the bashing you see sisterhood, peace, love and the strength that black women are known for. if you look at something with a biased opinion then your mind is already made up.
(us) wrote: pretty funny actually, especially where the main guy is watching a video of himself skiing and says "Oh I do that well."
(au) wrote: ok sequel but not as good as the first
(de) wrote: year s/b 1964 not 2005 academy award winning performance
(es) wrote: Playing against type,this movie is all about Grant and he delivers but then again when has he not.
(br) wrote: Masterfully crafted medieval drama from Poland - loosely based on Aldous Huxley's 'The Devils of Loudun' - tells an engrossing, thought-provoking story through powerful imagery. Superb performances and novel camerawork and cinematography make this a near-masterpiece. Its major flaw is its slow pacing - with some static shots that linger endlessly beyond having served their purpose. Despite its flaws, it is an unforgettable film.
(es) wrote: good dark psychological western
(nl) wrote: great casting for a B movie Ray Wise was great as his dad, Brooke Nevin should have had a lil more kick ass omph