Spiders is a 2013 horror/science fiction film about giant spiders that mutate from samples that survive the crashing of a piece of Soviet space debris. It's directed by Tibor Takacs, whose first feature film was The Gate. It stars Patrick Muldoon, William Hope and Christa Campbell.
Dear God, please make that woman quit squealing!
I don't like spiders. I'm better now than I used to be, but the sight of spiders spilling out of the mouths of the dead, having hatched from eggs deposited in the man while he was still alive, isn't my cuppa tea. I say that to show I'm not inclined to be positive. I would never had watched it at all, but when I saw it was available online I figured I'd give it a chance. It's fairly slow-moving, and there are giant aggressive spiders. This is just not my "thing".
Horror Movies and Stuff says, "The directing really captured the gritty, urban look of downtown New York City. Muldoon and Campbell give good performances. The creature fx were above par, and the film shows potential early" but admits it's a bit slow off the block. HorrorNews.net calls it "a campy fun film exploiting those hairy little crawly things that tend tp give us the creeps" and says it's "simply a blast for fans of big movie monsters films." The Rotten Tomatoes critics score is 14%.