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Release Date:
27 May 2005 (Japan) See more »
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Plot:
A socially awkward young woman gets bitten by a radioactive spider and becomes a crime-fighting superhero and tries to defeat a nefarious super villain while going after any man (or woman) she wants to bed down with. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Erin Brown ... Patricia Porker (Spiderbabe) (as Misty Mundae)
Julian Wells ... Lucinda Knoxx (Femtilian)
Darian Caine ... Lisa Knoxx
Adam Cox ... Mark Jeremy ("M.J.") Wetson
Christine Domaniecki ... Aunt Maybe (as Bubbles VaVoom)
Peter Quarry ... Uncle Flem
Michael R. Thomas ... Dr. Dowell
Shelby Taylor ... Queen Bee

John Link ... Manholio Bar Manager
Justin Wingenfeld ... School Bully (as Justin Wingenfield)
John Paul Fedele ... Ring Master (as John P. Fedele)
Terry Shane ... Security Guard / Priest / Clown #3 / Leering Man #2

Terry M. West ... Clown #1 (as Terry West)
T.J. Glenn ... Clown #2 / Leering Man #1 / Fight Promoter / Worluman / Wrestler (as T.J. Glen)
Steven F. Dodl ... Clown #4
John Bacchus ... Cop #1 / Diner Mala
Duane Polcou ... Cop #2
Rich Zucarelli ... Cop #3

Suzi Lorraine ... Sally (as Kelli Summers)
Tiffany Sinclair ... Hostage

Emily Booth ... Fly Girl (scenes deleted)
C.J. DiMarsico ... Fantasy Girl

Ruby Larocca ... Subway Girl (as Ruby LaRocca)
James Jankiewicz ... News Anchor
Tim Tomorrows ... Masked Robber / Mr. Johnson
Juliette Charles ... JJJ (as Chelsey Hampshire)
Bethany Lott ... Journalist Intern
Darren Paly ... Stud Mullin
Richard Rodriguez ... School Jock
Shane Annigans ... Wrestler
John Nosnam ... Subway Kid
Josh Robinson ... Janitor
Enid Alvares ... Spiker Babe Photographer (as Enid Alvarez)
Johnny Crash ... Brit Holiday Couple
Victoria English ... Brit Holiday Couple
Annie McFanny ... Extra
Robert Valante ... Extra
Michael Quer ... Extra
Brian Edwards ... Extra (as Brian Cheringal)
Raymond A. Brandon ... Extra
Mark Walsh ... Extra
Anthony Klett ... Extra
Glen Pappas ... Extra
Guerline Well ... Extra

Directed by
Johnny Crash 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Paul Fedele  (as John Fedele)
Terry M. West 

Produced by
John Bacchus .... producer
Michael Raso .... executive producer (as Michael L. Raso)
 
Cinematography by
M.A. Morales 
 
Film Editing by
Johnny Crash 
 
Makeup Department
Christine Domaniecki .... makeup artist (as Bubbles VaVoom)
Sarit Klein .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
C. Shell .... production manager
 
Art Department
Jeffrey Faoro .... set designer (as Jeff Faoro)
 
Sound Department
Rachel Brune .... sound recordist
Brooke Montgomery .... sound recordist (as Brook Montgomery)
 
Stunts
T.J. Glenn .... stunt coordinator (as T.J. Glen)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Enid Alvares .... set photographer (as Enid Alvarez)
Jay Capece .... assistant camera
Harvey Dent .... gaffer
Johnny Jones .... gaffer
Rob Koehn .... supplier: 24p cameras (as Robert Koehn)
Joe Lorah .... gaffer
Duane Polcou .... still photographer (as Duane Pulcou)
David Vickers .... supplier: 24p cameras
Stuart Young .... supplier: 24p cameras
 
Editorial Department
Johnny Crash .... post-production coordinator
 
Other crew
Victoria English .... production coordinator
John Paul Fedele .... script supervisor (as John P. Fedele)
James Jankiewicz .... personal trainer: Misty Mundae, Julian Wells
Thomas Meola .... supplier: Lisa Knoxx' mustang
Peter Quarry .... production assistant
Josh Robinson .... production assistant
Tim Tomorrows .... production assistant
Michael A. Weiss .... legal and business affairs
Terry M. West .... script supervisor
 
Thanks
Jino Caruso .... special thanks
John Paul Fedele .... special thanks (as John P. Fedele)
Santa Klaus .... special thanks
Brett Piper .... special thanks
Rick Van Meter .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for sexuality/nudity and language
Runtime:
89 min | USA:81 min (edited version)
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An earlier version of the Spiderbabe outfit made out of latex was considered, but ultimately rejected.See more »
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References Batman (1989)See more »
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This Is The SoundSee more »

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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
I will only use these powers for good - and to get laid., 29 October 2008
Author: lastliberal from United States

Oh yes, this is the Spider-man that should have been shown in the theaters. It was obviously blocked by those sexist moguls who think that special effects should rules the day.

There were special effects in this film. Spiderbabe could shoot a web just like Spider-Man, but she was way more creative shooting her web from between her legs.

And, how about that supporting cast - Julian Wells, Darian Caine, Shelby Taylor, and Suzi Lorraine? Boy, did they provide action that was missing from the Spider-Man franchise.

This film didn't need a writer. It followed the Spider-Man script almost word for word. The difference was the pauses in the action for girl on girl canoodling. and the upside-down kiss we are all familiar with being extended as Spiderbabe lowered herself afterwards for more.

As parodies go that was a lot of fun to watch. No, it's not Oscar material, but you won't fast forward through it either.

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