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Release Date:
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A Parallel Dimension ... A Gateway To Hell
An electrical crew stumbles into a parallel universe dominated by a mutated spider. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Richard Grieco ... Dean
Kate Greenhouse ... Elena
Colin Fox ... Dr. Richard Morelli

Richard Yearwood ... Ray
Jeffrey Douglas ... Sheldon

David Nerman ... Crane

Jason Jones ... Junior
Anthony Ashbee ... Jones

Craig Blair ... Survivor #1

Dylan Bierk ... Survivor #2 / Spider Queen
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Maxine Dumont ... Survivor AY (uncredited)
Michael Stevens ... Spider-person (uncredited)

Egidio Tari ... Spider Creature (uncredited)

Directed by
David Wu 
Writing credits
Grenville Case (story)

Grenville Case (teleplay) and
Robinson Young (teleplay)

Produced by
Dara Cohen .... executive producer
Paul M. Leonard .... associate producer
Derek Rappaport .... producer
Original Music by
Lawrence Shragge 
Cinematography by
Richard Wincenty 
Film Editing by
David Wu 
Casting by
Nelleke Privett 
Production Design by
Ed Hanna 
Art Direction by
Jon P. Goulding 
Costume Design by
Ruth Secord 
Makeup Department
David Scott .... makeup/creature effects
Production Management
Dennis Chapman .... production manager
Geoff Garrett .... post-production supervisor
Wendy Wallace .... post-production supervisor (as Wendy Belt)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Megan Banning .... first assistant director
Art Department
Mary Arthurs .... property master
David A. Baran .... carpenter
Emir Geljo .... assistant art director
Maria Kennedy .... sets buyer
Ian Patrick McAllister .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Brian Campbell .... dialogue editor
Hugo DeLaCerda .... sound re-recording mixer
Dario DiSanto .... foley editor
Kris Fenske .... sound designer
Devan Kraushar .... sound effects editor
Iain Pattison .... sound re-recording mixer
Jean Raymond .... foley mixer
Adam Sharpe .... adr mixer
Paul A. Sharpe .... sound re-recording mixer
James Wallace .... sound effects editor
Visual Effects by
Berj Bannayan .... systems engineer: Soho vfx
Brian De Ville .... senior compositor: Soho vfx
Andy Hunter .... digital compositor: Soho vfx
Michael Kowalski .... producer: visual effects, Soho VFX
Daniel Lu .... 3D animator: Soho VFX
Allan Magled .... visual effects supervisor: Soho vfx
Mike Mombourquette .... digital compositor: Soho vfx
Shervin Shoghian .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Michael Wile .... technical director: Soho vfx
Dong Yon Kang .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Dean Copkov .... utility stunts
Brad Davis .... stunts
Neil Davison .... stunt performer
Maxine Dumont .... stunt double: Elena
Tig Fong .... stunts
Tig Fong .... utility stunts
Curtis Hibbert .... stunts
Curtis Hibbert .... utility stunts
Brian Jagersky .... stunts
Brian Jagersky .... utility stunts
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Steve Lucescu .... stunt double
Steve Lucescu .... stunts
Christopher McGuire .... stunt double
Christopher McGuire .... utility stunts
Regan Moore .... stunts
Billy Oliver .... stunt performer
Edward A. Queffelec .... utility stunts
John Stead .... stunt performer
Ron Webber .... stunts
Max White .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Berlet .... gaffer
Scott Cowan .... assistant camera
Ben Mark Holzberg .... still photographer
Rick Leger .... generator operator
Ari Magder .... second assistant camera
David Perkins .... camera operator: "b" camera
Loreen Ruddock .... best boy electric
Joe Strazzeri .... key grip
Matt Thomas .... grip
Editorial Department
Brian De Esch .... post-production coordinator
Michael G. England .... first assistant editor
Joe Finley .... digital colorist
Christopher Haufe .... colorist: dailies
Music Department
Michael Stern .... scoring mixer
Rich Walters .... music editor
Sonia Wisgo .... music editor
Other crew
Alice Wickwire Foster .... production coordinator
Mathew T. Lewandowski .... assistant production coordinator
Valentin Nedialkov .... weapons specialist
Lisa Shamata .... unit publicist
Charles Taylor .... armorer
Al Vrkljan .... gun handler
Andrew Wolinsky .... production assistant
Shane Zander .... creature effects technician (television version)

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Rated R for horror violence
Brazil:84 min
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Spiders in a parallel universe doesn't necessarily make for a good movie..., 9 May 2013
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

For a movie titled "Webs", I had initially expected more spiders and much more webbing, so imagine my surprise when there was surprisingly little on both accounts. Apparently Chicago in an alternate dimension is overrun by strange mutated humans that have been exposed to spider venom; a venom that turns people into spider-soldiers. And more impressively is that this venom causes the people's hands to turn into claws and their teeth to become crooked, protruding and just ridiculous to look at.

"Webs" is a low budget movie, yes, but there is something mildly entertaining about the setting of the movie, despite the lack of spiders and a proper horror element. There was a single spider in the movie, the queen, which was actually nicely enough made, although not with the best of CGI effects. But still, it worked out well enough.

However, the movie is weighed down by a rather unemotional and unenthusiastic actor with a bad talent and even worse hair. Why they opted to cast Richard Grieco for the lead role in this movie is definitely beyond my comprehension. However, I strongly believe that the movie would have been much, much better with someone else in the role; someone who at least had enthusiasm for the job and role he is hired to portray.

Aside from Richard Grieco, then people in the movie generally did good enough jobs with their given roles, despite their characters being very one-dimensional and not really having proper characteristics and personalities as to the extend where we as the audience actually get into the movie and form some sort of bond or attachment to certain characters. All throughout "Webs", you never really got to know any of the characters on any profound level, which made the movie have a very superficial feel to it.

For a horror movie, then "Webs" was rather devoid of scares and a general horror movie. It had a decent enough story, but it just failed to deliver in the horror genre. And as for low budget movies go, then there are far better choices out there to pick amongst for an evening of movie watching.

The movie was predictable to the core, as most of the movies in this particular genre is. But the movie was fast paced and had some moments here and there. But in overall, then "Webs" is rather below average for a horror movie of this particular type.

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