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  (in credits order)

Lana Parrilla ... Marci Eyre
Josh Green ... John Murphy
Oliver Macready ... Slick
Nick Swarts ... Jake

Mark Phelan ... Agent Gray
David Carpenter ... Technician

Leslie Zemeckis ... Emma (as Leslie Carter)

Mark Totty ... Commander Hooper
Andrew Stoddard ... Doctor Ellis

Jonathan Breck ... Jacobs
Steven Sullivan ... Max
Corey Klemow ... Joe Martindale

Simona Williams ... Loretta Martindale
H. Murphy ... Phil

Billy Maddox ... Colonel Dixon

Kate McIntyre ... Receptionist
Nicole Tocantins ... Moira

Timothy Di Pri ... Flight Controller
Denise Lerette ... News Anchor
Jullian Simmons ... Levine

Stephen David Brooks ... Lead Cop
Miss T ... Bag Lady
David Ott ... Phillips
Scott Alan Reiniger ... Brice (as Scotty Reiniger)
Frank Murgia ... Hooper as Elephant Man (as Franklin Murgia)
Mitchell Gordon ... Man Behind Tree

Andrew Sugerman ... Pilot
Glenn Smith ... Pilot
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Danielle Guthrie ... College Student

Michael Beardsley ... Hamdin College Student (uncredited)

Chris Innis ... Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)

Joe Virzi ... Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Gary Jones 
Writing credits
Boaz Davidson (story)

Stephen David Brooks (screenplay) and
Jace Anderson (screenplay) &
Adam Gierasch (screenplay)

Produced by
Boaz Davidson .... producer
Frank DeMartini .... supervising producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Danny Lerner .... producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
Andrew Sugerman .... line producer
Original Music by
Bill Wandel 
Cinematography by
Jack Cooperman 
Film Editing by
Christopher Holmes 
Casting by
Cathy Henderson  (as Cathy Henderson-Martin)
Rebecca Quiroz 
Dori Zuckerman 
Production Design by
Maria Terry 
Art Direction by
Michael D. Costello  (as Michael Costello)
Allen Terry 
Costume Design by
Emma Trenchard 
Makeup Department
Sheri Knight .... key makeup artist
Robert Kurtzman .... special makeup and creature effects supervisor
Cynthia Laws .... key hair stylist
Larry Odien .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Andrew Sugerman .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Almond .... second assistant director
Lon Takiguchi .... second second assistant director
Allan Wertheim .... first assistant director
Art Department
Bogdan Bogdanov .... carpenter
David E. Harshbarger .... property master
Linda L. Rebman .... art department coordinator
Evgeni Yordanov .... carpenter
Sound Department
Colin Bates .... supervising sound editor
Eric Justen .... re-recording mixer
Matt Knudsen .... boom operator
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Susan Pusateri .... foley artist (as Sue Pusateri)
Steve Weiss .... sound mixer
Tom D. Backman .... digital sound transferer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jason Collins .... set supervisor: KNB Effects Group
Josh Hakian .... special effects coordinator
Chiz Hasegawa .... coordinator: KNB EFX Group
Greg Nicotero .... special creature effects (as Gregory Nicotero)
Noel Sterrett .... data transfers: Admit One Pictures
Wes C. Caefer .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Everett Burrell .... digital artist
Phil Carbonaro .... digital matte paintings
Steve Carpenter .... digital artist
Scott Coulter .... visual effects
Owen Hammer .... digital compositor
Michael F. Hoover .... digital artist
Edward Irastorza .... visual effects coordinator: Flat Earth
Dale Jones .... additional visual effects
David Fred Masselink .... optical effects line-up
Kevin O'Neill .... visual effects supervisor
Eric Reinhard .... rotoscope
Rod Ripley .... data management: Flat Earth Productions
Theresa Rowlee .... visual effects producer
Kevin Struckman .... digital effects artist: Flat Earth productions
Todd Vaziri .... lead compositor: Flat Earth Productions
Christopher Dusendschon .... hazeltine optical element timing: THDX (uncredited)
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Frank R. Gardner .... stunts (as Frank Gardner)
Robert Garner .... stunts
Cheddy D. Hart .... stunts (as Cheddy Hart)
Patricia Lamare .... stunts
Jeff Moore .... stunts
David Ott .... stunt double
Scott Alan Reiniger .... stunt coordinator
Scott Alan Reiniger .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Douglas Aiken .... assistant camera
Douglas Aiken .... second assistant camera: second unit
Keith A. Cox .... assistant electrician
Scott Alan Reiniger .... key grip
Mike Reppert .... electrician
Rick Taylor .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Rebecca Quiroz .... casting assistant
Tony Rasmussen .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Alison Learned Wolf .... assistant editor (as Alison Learned)
Richard B. Molina .... assistant editor: avid
Transportation Department
Tony Barattini .... driver
Glenn Knowlton .... transportation coordinator
Jimmy Ray Pickens .... driver
Other crew
Keith E. Cooper .... lawyer
Allison Curren .... script supervisor: second unit
Marc Fehse .... production assistant
Jake Guswa .... assistant production coordinator
Rebecca Knowlton .... production accountant
Penny Patrick .... script supervisor

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Rated R for violence/gore and language
94 min | Argentina:95 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Listen for a quote from a song by The Doors immediately following a visual reference to Jim Morrison.See more »
Continuity: When Marci, Jake and slick discover the dead nurse's body, Marci is shown wearing her glasses for one shot, but they were broken in a previous scene.See more »
Jake:This is creepy... like a bad science fiction movie.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Star Trek" (1966)See more »


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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Okay, predictable, but great fun!, 21 October 2001
Author: mindgap007 from Brighton, England

Well, having sat through countless low-budget monster flicks in my time, Gary Jones' SPIDERS is like a breath of fresh air. Okay, it's all very predictable, with the old conspiracy style "government creates some kind of horrible hybrid monster via experiment that goes wrong" storyline being utilised in the same old way countless movies have before. However, it's to Nu Image's credit that they've produced such a fun, energetic monster movie, which more often than not actually manages to betray it's low-budget origins very successfully.

Even the performances are all pretty good, at least as far as these "B" movies go, although the script gets progressively more desperate as the movie goes on, particularly during the excellent TARANTULA style finale when the giant spider wreaks havoc in the city. Indeed, despite the sometimes laughable dialogue, SPIDERS succeeds where it might have failed, in that the special effects are quite superb. Okay, we're not talking top of the range Hollywood here, but the KNB guys have produced their magic again with some very impressive animatronic effects sequences. The CGI spider also comes across very well, and I was hugely impressed with the finale, where I couldn't believe so much had been achieved on such a low budget.

No, it's nothing ground breakingly original, but then it never pretends to be for one minute. SPIDERS is pure and simply a "fun" and at times "creepy" monster movie, and comes highly recommended.

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