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Poverty stricken lovers Eden and Matilda have enough trouble just getting through the days. Their Landlord is trying to terrorize them and strange things seem to be going on at "Juicy Girls", the place where Matilda works... but when Eden buys a pet spider the real troubles start.Written by
A bizarre punk rock fairy tale filled with catchy songs, great one liners and a twisted sense of humour that packs a punch, makes a statement and entertains along the way.
Eden and Matilda are a lesbian punk couple living in Essex, they are two years behind with their rent and their landlord is losing his patience. To get out of their dire situation Matilda starts working in a night club in Soho called "Juicy girls" were all the girls slowly fall prey to a serial killer. Eventually the couple come across some money but instead of paying their rent they buy a pet tarantula which results in even more problems and leads to a bloody body horror finale.
Spidarlings is anarchic Troma cabaret with acid fuelled animation sequences that is progressive and gender inclusive while still cleverly pocking fun at pc culture. Loved this movie! A real gem.
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