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Writer (WGA):
Gary Dauberman (written by)
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Release Date:
26 August 2007 (USA) See more »
Caught in the web of fear.
In India, the backpacker American friends Gina, John, Stacy, Geraldine and Phil hike in the woods with their guide Brian... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Lance Henriksen ... Dr. Lecorpus
Emma Catherwood ... Gina
Lisa Livingstone ... Stacey
Cian Barry ... John
Sohrab Ardeshir ... Sergeant Chadhri
Mike Rogers ... Brian

Michael Smiley ... Phil

Jane Perry ... Geraldine
Rajesh Latkar ... Indian Police Officer

Directed by
Terry Winsor 
Writing credits
Gary Dauberman (written by)

Produced by
Susida Maphuang .... associate producer
Charles Salmon .... producer
Original Music by
Mark Ryder 
Casting by
Carl Proctor 
Production Design by
Jon Bunker 
Art Direction by
Anusorn 'Sorn' Musicabutr  (as Anusorn Musicabutr)
Siranat Ratchusanti (art director: Thailand)
Set Decoration by
Cholapas Koomkaew 
Costume Design by
Chantika Kongsillawat 
Makeup Department
Sumittra Banda .... assistant make-up and hair artist
Vitchu Chavasit .... make-up and hair designer
Amnuay Saelim .... make-up and hair artist
Production Management
Nipaporn Jam Potong .... production secretary
Robert Jordon .... unit manager (as Robert Jordan)
Thamon Poompuang .... assistant unit manager
John Watson .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Terry Bamber .... first assistant director
Ralph Eisenmann .... second assistant director (as Ralf Eisenmann)
Warakorn Jitpat .... third assistant director
Samantha Smith .... second assistant director
Piya Veeratrakul .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Somchai 'Au' Chinsirikul .... property master (as Somchai Chinsirikul)
Prasant 'Jeed' Petchpong .... construction manager (as Prasarn Phetpong)
Sound Department
Richard Hocks .... supervising sound editor
Chuay Kongsillawallawat .... sound mixer
Nopawat Likitwong .... sound designer
Nopawat Likitwong .... sound effects editor
Jinda Poyen .... sound mixing
Weerasak Temjai .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Kevin Chisnall .... special effects supervisor
Harit Taechathummarak .... special effects coordinator (as Harit Tachathummarak)
Visual Effects by
Brynley Cadman .... digital visual effects supervisor
Neil Cunningham .... digital visual effects supervisor
David Fisher .... visual effects producer
Rekha Kalra .... visual effects producer: BINC BKK VFX
Sidharth Meer .... visual effects coordinator
Prin Nimmannitya .... compositor (uncredited)
Komson Phumai .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ana Isabel Sans Busby .... camera assistant (as Anabel Sans)
Suttisak Distasongchan .... still photographer
Aomsin Joolju .... focus puller: "a" camera
Anamai Kajornrap .... best boy
Sermphong Nimcharoenphong .... clapper loader
Cherdkiat Phirom .... focus puller: "b" camera
Thamrongrit Pramaipim .... dolly grip (as Thamrongrij Pramaipim)
Maega Sangpitak .... camera operator: "b" camera
Saran Sirithum .... video assist (as Sarun Sirithum)
Pongnarej Soi-Udom .... key grip
Buncha Wongsaichur .... gaffer (as Buncha Wongsaicheu)
Casting Department
Joanne Hall .... extras casting
Rajesh Latkar .... casting: Mumbai
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pimjai Gajesanandana .... assistant costume designer
Wutinun Kumoaddee .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Richard Downing .... post-production supervisor: The Bangkok Post
Laurie McDowell .... assembly editor
Sawit Prasertphan .... first assistant editor
Guy Vajropala .... di colorist
Transportation Department
Kanchana Murathathanyalak .... transport captain
Other crew
Saithip Boonyasomphop .... script supervisor
Jon Bunker .... titles designed by
Nipaporn Jam Potong .... production secretary (as Nipaporn Potong)
Jessica Reavis .... assistant to producer
Joanne Reichling .... production coordinator
Prawit Saenthit .... production assistant (as Pravit Saenthit)
Parawat Suriyo .... location manager
Parawat Suriyo .... location unit manager
Milin Yuvacharuskul .... marketing
Sophie Salmon .... thanks

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Greece:90 min | USA:90 min
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Continuity: Geraldine's spider bite moves from her left side to her right, and back to the left, as she is on the stretcher.See more »
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References Apocalypse Now (1979)See more »


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Better than it should be, 9 October 2015
Author: GL84 from Los Angeles, Ca

Trekking into the Indian rain-forest, a group of backpackers exploring the area are forced to stay in a remote tribe of spider worshippers using the creatures for an organ-smuggling ring and must find a way of getting away from the creatures alive.

This was quite an enjoyable is slightly flawed creature feature. Among the better qualities featured here is the rather creepy atmosphere this one builds up of being around spiders, which plays into the most rational fear of being around the creatures. Being around the creatures here is terrifying, as there's a ton made about their poisonous nature here, and it's more than simply hinted at here as their continuous appearance that requires saving, his secretive brother draped in a cobweb hood and nearly everything covered in cobwebs is a nearly continuous assault about the creatures and there's a wonderful atmosphere derived from this section. The cave scenes here are just really chilling, as the first one of the explorers looking inside the different outcroppings covered in webbing before getting lost in the disorienting design and then overwhelmed completely by the thousands of creatures, while the scene of the inspector stumbling around there is quite chilling. Even more impressive, though, is the entire final half is just highly chilling and suspenseful as there's no shortage of action and suspense here that's just relentless and exciting. The action here is great, from the tribal ceremony getting interrupted and forcing them underground into the tunnels and caves requiring a series of frantic stalking throughout as they try to remain hidden from the tribe while avoiding the spiders, getting trapped in the different webbing throughout and finally meeting the helpful officer inside as they guide each other through the darkened, web-covered tunnels here. As well, there's a lot of suspense here as there's the tense hiding out during the chasing but also the tense scene of having to maneuver themselves around the ledge of a web-covered wall above a bottom-less pit crawling with spiders to get to safety and an even creepier scene later of having to cross another chasm using a bridge made of webbing even though the whole party can't cross at once. These two factors here make this one so good here that it gets a ton of good-will just from this section, and with the build-up in the first half gives this one so much to like. Along with a fantastic final twist, these here are enough to hold off the few flaws. The main issue here is the fact that there's little actual action in the first half with this one really selling the atmosphere of being in the village rather than having any kind of action displayed, and it can make for a somewhat bland start here. The only other small problem here is the fact that the tribe's actions are way too scattered in the final half, showing the tribe chasing them in the caves then back into the organ-harvesting angle without capturing them merely to keep the plot line involved and decidedly giving off the inclusion of its rushed nature into the story. Otherwise, it's quite a fun and admittedly creepy creature feature.

Rated R: Violence, Brief Nudity and Language.

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