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Spiders 3D Theatrical Release Locations

Herner Klenthur 3 Comments

Spiders 3D Theatrical Release Locations

I am a sucker for a good b-movie monster flick and with respect to the filmmakers Spiders 3D looks to be just that. Giant Spiders, sega genesis style box art and did I mention 3d? I am excited and only wish it was going to be released theatrically somewhere near me. I will instead settle for its 3D Bluray release. Those of you in the areas below can check it out in theaters in glorious 3d;

Millennium Entertainment will release SPIDERS on February 8 in the following theaters:

  • Rolling Hills 20 – Torrance
  • Burbank Town Center 8 – Burbank
  • AMC Atlantic Times Square 14 – Monterey Park, CA
  • Covina 30 – Covina
  • Puente Hills 20 – City of Industry
  • Norwalk 20 – Norwalk
  • Ontario Mills 30 – Ontario
  • Block 30 @ Orange – Orange

Harkening back to the beloved creature features from the 50′s and the 60′s, SPIDERS centers on mutant spiders created by pieces of material from a disabled Soviet space station that crash lands on Earth. With New York City threatened to be overrun by the gigantic killer spiders who have invaded the metropolitan subway system, it’s a race against time to stop the Queen Spider from uniting with her eggs before a deadly chain of events are triggered from the deadly reunion.

Directed by Tibor Takacs (The Gate, I, Madman), SPIDERS stars Patrick Muldoon (Starship Troopers, Stigmata), Christa Campbell (Drive Angry, The Mechanic), William Hope (Aliens, Dark Shadows), Pete Lee Wilson (Blade II) Jon Mack (Saw VI) and Sydney Sweeney (The Ward).

Written by Joseph Farruggia and Tibor Takacs, SPIDERS was produced by Boaz Davidson and Israel Ringel and executive produced by Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short and Lati Grobman.

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      1. Dan February 7, 2013 at 3:43 pm

        Movie looks a bit too gimmicky. I know it is supposed to be a b-movie but it feels, from the trailer at least, that the production quality is so cheap and rushed to get out another 3D movie out there ASAP.

      2. Tim Bearden (@turnondafun) February 8, 2013 at 7:23 am

        I’ll be watching it at the Rolling Hills 20 this weekend. I’ll update afterward.

      3. Tim Bearden (@turnondafun) February 14, 2013 at 5:58 am

        OK, I finally got to see it today and gotta say… that sucked! If you skip the first hour you can miss the absolutely horrible, horrible story and get to the actual big spiders. The plot is so dumb I seriously kept saying “Really?” out loud. Didn’t matter because I was the only one in the theatre anyways. I knew this would be bad but expected a good-bad B-movie. Sadly, it’s just bad-bad. A few decent 3D shots and some of the giant queen spider parts are cool in 3D but having to sit through the rest for that is horrible. I read a few decent reviews for this too but just can’t see why anyone would like it. I’m sure there are a few that will though and I say “Good for you!” because I wish I could enjoy every movie that comes out, good or bad.