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Release Date:
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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)
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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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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Better than a Poke in the eye with American Idol, 3 April 2006
Author: bpbcc from Canada

One person commented Webs, raises the issue of, "If you could do it, should you?" And that might be just a little beyond its creator's true intentions but it does speak to a lot of the negative comments. Is Webs a bad movie? Is it low budget? Are the Actors second rate? You bet and I hope they never stop making movies like this.

Webs was made for TV, something important to keep in mind. I'd rather watch Webs over and over again than sit through any Sitcom crap, any unreal reality show or the next big Cop/Doctor/Lawyer Crapfest. Webs wasn't made to take your attention away from big blockbuster movies. Lets compare apples with apples.

Is Webs like Sliders? Well, yes in TV land, like Sliders, Webs is a sort of a Sci Fi film and it does involve dimensional travel but I'm smart enough to know I'm not watching a lost episode of sliders. I thought Webs dealt with the idea of despair and made the alternate Chicago seem like a place of lost hope. Sliders took us to some strange places but it always felt like we were just passing through waiting for the top of the hour to go some place else. In looking for faults, Webs has too many cookie cutter characters where you can remember their traits far easier than their names. There's the guy in peril controlled by greed and the doubting suspicious enforcer. There isn't much excuse for flat characters with fewer dimensions than the setting but, like the plot holes pointed out by others, it just comes down to bad writing. Just remember life is full of plot holes. My eight-year-old boy asks questions about our world that would take more time than you, me and Richard Grieco have left in our lives.

It all comes down to this. If DVD be damned and all we have is PVRs in our dimension, Webs would earn a spot on my hard drive right beside CSI: Baghdad. God help us.

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