Spiders have been known to cling to grapes when they are removed from their tropical climate. Sometimes these resilient spiders make it all the way to the final vendor. In this case, they end up inside John's head!
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John hates his job. He works long-hours for little pay, and is waiting to receive his bonus and finally quit. Problem is he works for Dave. Throwing around buzzwords to appear competent, Dave spends the rest of his time playing bad music, reading fake emails and eating grapes. As a token of appreciation, Dave offers his grapes to John who brings them home not realizing a spider is clinging onto the bunch. Unfortunately for John that night the spider crawls into his head. With time ticking until his bonus is owed and a head full of spiders, it's only a matter of time before John gets an eye-opening experience. Written by
Spider scenes were originally slated for shooting during May but were pushed 3 months because the cold spring in Toronto made finding enough spiders difficult. See more »
The coffee stain near Dave's desk is visible in the first shot of the office but Dave doesn't spill his coffee into the Garbage until later in the film. See more »
Jesus I already gave you those grapes, my favorite grapes, you know?
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Siman Chang was credited as the location manager but was actually the son of the Dewey College building manager. He was very helpful in finding a Sushi Restaurant to cater for the last day of the shoot. See more »
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