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Webs (2003)

An electrical crew stumbles into a parallel universe dominated by a mutated spider.


David Wu


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Cast overview:
Richard Grieco ... Dean
Kate Greenhouse ... Elena
Colin Fox ... Dr. Richard Morelli
Richard Yearwood ... Ray
Jeff Douglas Jeff Douglas ... Sheldon (as Jeffrey Douglas)
David Nerman ... Crane
Jason Jones ... Junior
Anthony Ashbee Anthony Ashbee ... Jones
Craig Blair ... Survivor #1
Dylan Bierk ... Survivor #2 / Spider Queen


An electrical crew stumbles into a parallel universe dominated by a mutated spider.

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A Parallel Dimension ... A Gateway To Hell

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Rated R for horror violence | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

28 June 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Armee der Besessenen See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Not very good, but could also have been worse.
22 July 2017 | by Hey_SwedenSee all my reviews

'Webs' was another TV movie in a string of them made by the Sci-Fi network. It stars the hunky Richard Grieco as Dean, one of a quartet of Chicago electricians who were sent to an abandoned building to check out an unusual power source. What they find is a portal to another dimension. And in this dimension, the Earth of the future is decrepit and over run by the spider-people minions of a queen spider working towards total dominance.

This one is routine and uninspired, with unremarkable characters for the most part. They're not really fleshed out to where people can actually care about them, but editor / director David Wu keeps the pedal to the metal, delivering passable action at a consistent pace. This is also taken more seriously than a lot of cheese epics of this kind; there are not as many utterly laughable elements. The special effects aren't great but they're not all that terrible, either. It's still better CGI than this viewer has seen in other things.

The performances are very straight faced from all concerned. Grieco is decent enough and he even gets to shed a single tear in remembrance of his comrades. Kate Greenhouse is okay as a tough survivor of this other Earth. Canadian character actor Colin Fox is able to bring some gravitas to his role, and to the proceedings. The rest of the cast is nondescript, but not incompetent. David Nerman, as Crane, has an actual character arc where he comes off as argumentative and suspicious of Grieco for a while, but turns into a hero of sorts.

'Webs' is not great storytelling or TV movie making, but it's certainly not trying to be. Movies like them do have their place in the great scheme of things, and this viewer, for one, would sometimes rather watch junk like this than overproduced Hollywood feature film product.

Five out of 10.

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