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Spiderhole -- Molly and her three art student pals find a place to squat in London. But soon after moving in, a nightmare unfolds that traps them in a terrifying and unforgiving hell.
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Spiderhole will draw you into its subtle web until you find yourself entangled in a horrid reality. The story is brought to you through the eyes of Molly, an attractive vivacious young art student, living in Lon


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They say squatting is dead - a term that takes on a sinister double meaning when four homeless art students decide to take up residence in an abandoned London House where a hidden terror lurks. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Amy Noble ... Zoe
Emma Griffiths Malin ... Molly
George Maguire ... Toby
John E. Regan ... The Captor
Reuben-Henry Biggs ... Luke
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Moya Farrelly ... Doctor
Malcolm George ... News Reporter (uncredited)
Kevin Hannafin ... Art School Teacher (uncredited)
Alphonse Lanza ... Waiting Room Patient 2 (uncredited)
Joanne O'Sullivan ... Art Class Student (uncredited)

Directed by
Daniel Simpson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Daniel Simpson 

Produced by
Vinit Borrison .... associate producer
Kevin Hannafin .... executive producer
Patrick O'Neill .... producer
Alan O'Sullivan .... executive producer
Joanne O'Sullivan .... executive producer
Nick Sorbara .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jason Cooper 
Oliver Kraus 
Cinematography by
Vinit Borrison 
Film Editing by
Johnny Megalos 
Jeremiah Munce  (as Jeremy Munce)
Production Design by
Daithi Magner 
Makeup Department
Sam Sheehan .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Pamela Cordeiro .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Alphonse Lanza .... sound recordist
Annelise Noronha .... sound mixer
Ben Swarbrick .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Adam Gagnon .... digital compositor
Matthew Tinsley .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Edmund Boyle .... key grip
Pierre Branconnier .... first assistant camera
Pat Culhane .... grip
George Doyle .... still photographer
Sean Hearn .... gaffer
Editorial Department
Walt Biljan .... colorist
Carl Collins .... assistant editor
Adam Gagnon .... digital intermediate conform editor
Lauren Piche .... assistant editor
Music Department
Kieran Calvert .... composer: additional music
Sophie Coyle .... composer: additional music
Alan Sheehan .... composer: additional music
Other crew
George Doyle .... continuity
Brian Nolan .... technical advisor
Lisa Rafferty .... production assistant
Masa Skalec .... production assistant
Jasper Graham .... special thanks
Brian Nolan .... very special thanks

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UK:82 min
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17 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
Simpson's debut packs enough originality, 23 March 2011
Author: amesmonde from Novelist of The Final Version

Four London Art Students squat in a derelict house to save money with the intention to live-free in a meaningful, creative and partying student lifestyle environment. However, they find themselves trapped inside a large house and their unlawful entry may come at a price, possibly their lives.

Daniel Simpson's director / writer feature film debut is an exciting offering of a well-crafted film with an effective and expensive looking production design. The lighting is excellent, creating a dark and ominous atmosphere in the confinement of the empty building. He throws in enough camera angles, movement and cuts though-out to prevent events ever becoming static.

Spiderhole begins customary enough with a carefree student Molly having a check-up at the doctors on a sunny London's day, but once she meets her three friends to go on a squatting adventure of free spirited living things take a turn for the worse and it becomes a claustrophobic nightmare.

Simpson sets-up the perfect intro for a haunted house thriller, shadowy corridors, locked doors, complete with bangs and bumps. You almost feel you're in for a rework of 1962 The Haunting. Nevertheless, as the supernatural element is dispensed with and the 'torture porn' element begins with plenty of blood, mind-games and grime to get Saw-esque fans jumping in their seats. Executed with some excellent practical and realistic looking effects and blood.

Although the characters are thrust into the horror very quickly the Brit slang dialogue is naturalistic enough to keep the tension on track. George Maguire's performance as the edgy sculpture lover is notable and Molly character is written logically and cleverer than most heroines of this genre and is wonderfully played by Emma Griffiths Malin. Both Amy Noble and Reuben-Henry Biggs are more than adequate in the supporting roles and a nod goes to John Regan's subtle performance as The Captor.

Jason Cooper & Oliver Krauss score and the sound design is pounding, nauseating which fittingly adds to the on screen action, touching nerves and senses, evocative of the feelings stirred by Marco Beltrami & Marilyn Manson's RE (2002) score.

Some plot and style elements are reminiscent of Creep, The Collector, Severance, REC, Catacombs, Hostel and Saw 2 to name a few, however, there's enough originality, mystery, twists and a surprise ending to satisfy the casual horror viewer. Overall, if you enjoy blood, torture and captivity Spiderhole is made for you.

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