Here’s a big ass clip from ‘Big Ass Spider’





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Not that I would go anywhere near a spiders private residence, the clear warning from this brand new clip from Big Ass Spider, is that no one should ever disturb a spiders private residence. Even more important is that if the residence belongs to a Big Ass Spider, then just what the hell are you doing there in the first place?

I am sure the poor man in this clip was asking himself the same question, but sadly it is too late for him! In this brand new clip celebrating the world premiere of director Mike Mendez’ Big Ass Spider, a nosey chap feels the wrath of a rather large spider and ends up being squirted in the face with what appears to be acid! Check out the cool clip below.

The film is written by Gregory Gieras and stars Ray Wise, Greg Grunberg, Lin Shaye, Clare Kramer, Lloyd Kaufman and Alexis Peters. Director Mike Mendez is no stranger to horror, previously directing The Convent, Killers and Grave Dancers.

Synopsis:

Surviving extermination by nuclear eradication, a horrible alien mutation in arachnid form is now growing at an exponential rate and making its way toward downtown Los Angeles. Hot on its spindly heels is a crack military unit with absolute authority, lead by an obsessively driven commander and his beautiful but lethal sidekick.

Unfortunately for them, this mutant spider has an array of deadly defenses including the ability to virtually disappear through camouflage. But the creature’s real adversary quickly turns out to be a hot-shot local exterminator armed only with cocky attitude, some fast one-liners and his home-made gadgets. Joining forces with the military team, this blue-collar hero sets out to exterminate what has now become a monstrous 10-story tall Big Ass Spider!

 

 

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Matt Wavish
About Matt Wavish 10125 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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