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Ice Spiders by Tibor Takacs (Director)
Review by Gayle Surrette
Sony Pictures DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B000UAFDQ6
Date: 15 October 2007 List Price $24.96 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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From everything we've heard this flick should inspire a morbid fear of B movie actors if not the very thought that the Sci-Fi Channel has more airplay to fill with future movies. The possibility exists that this is bad enough to be good, but my spidey sense tells me that it's a long shot. (Ern.)

From official release/information:

SYNOPSIS: Upon arriving at the remote Lost Mountain Ski Resort a group of Olympic hopefuls are thrilled to find that "Dash" Dashiell, (Patrick Muldoon, Starship Troopers), a retired Olympic skier, will be training them. Their plans are quickly halted when Dr. April Sommers (Vanessa Williams), a scientist working at a nearby government lab, frantically arrives with the shocking news that genetically- altered mega-spiders are attacking and feeding off of skiers at the resort. It's up to Dash, Dr. Sommers and resort owner Frank (Stephen J. Cannell) to stop the giant vicious spiders. With a small military squadron led by Captain Baker (Thomas Calabro, TV's "Melrose Place"), Dash and Dr. Sommers use every weapon they have at the Lost Mountain resort to save the survivors and stop the arachnid threat before they kill and eat everything in sight!

RATING: R for creature violence

CAST: Patrick Muldoon / Stephen J. Cannell / Thomas Calabro / Vanessa Williams

Producer/ Director: Tibor Takacs

(Source: Sony Pictures)

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