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When a young ski team training for the Olympics arrives at the remote and isolated Lost Mountain Ski Resort to focus on training, they're thrilled to find a retired Olympic skier is there to help them train. But their plans are halted when a scientist working at a nearby government lab arrives with the horrifying news that a top secret Government project has produced giant spiders and they have escaped, killing and eating everything in sight. Written by
The close-ups of the spiders' faces show two eyes; the shots from the spiders' point of view imply binocular vision. Most species of spiders have eight eyes. Even with genetic manipulation to increase their size, the number of eyes is not something that would change. See more »
This one is a CHILLER. The title says it all. Production values well above the norm for a Sci Fi Original. Great cast with a nice job using TV legend Stephen J. Cannell. Sure, it was predictable, but at least it all made sense and it was fun! This may not be a MUST SEE, but sure is a SHOULD SEE. The CGI was good and location looked bright, not like some of these other films looking gray and flat. Putting the spiders on ice was unique and the execution worked well. It never took itself too seriously. Whenever it seemed like it would lag a bit, those spiders (six different ones, mind you) popped up to attack. This one is a creature feature delight. Take a few bites and enjoy each moment.
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