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Kingdom of the Spiders

3 Ratings: -0.3
1977 film directed by John Cardos

$50,000 of the film's budget went towards obtaining tarantulas.

Director: John Cardos
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Release Date: August 24, 1977
MPAA Rating: PG
3 reviews about Kingdom of the Spiders
review by . June 14, 2011
Right Up Your Legs!
In this typically crude John Cardos thriller, a horde of hungry spiders in rural Arizona organize to eat - first livestock and pets, then their human masters (especially the malicious ones). A rugged local veterinarian (William Shatner, in his mid-'70s slump) joins forces with a frigid entomologist (Tiffany Bolling) to confront this theraphosid menace, which terrorizes a cattle farmer (Woody Strode) before moving onto his neighbors. In the meantime, a provincial mayor (prolific character actor …
review by . May 15, 2009
Kingdom of the Spiders is one of the many low budget films that "Captain Kirk" worked on during the seventies. Despite being too theatrical of an actor and his constant flirting with his female co-stars, Shatner was the man. No matter what lame movie he was shooting, Shatner always found the time to mug for the camera and cruise through his performances with a smirk or with his eye bulging out of his head. People may mock him for his odd music career but the man can work a cigarette and still make …
review by . February 23, 2004
Pros: ..     Cons: ..     The Bottom Line: ________        I’ll admit I bought this for two reasons, no three reasons. It was cheap, less than $6, I wanted to laugh at Shatner, and it was the “Special 25th Anniversary Edition”. Well, I got to laugh at Shatner so it wasn’t a total bomb, the $6 was still too much to pay and the 25th anniversary - nothing came of that.      When a movie starts …
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