SPIDERS 3D to be featured in Brooklyn Sci-Fi Film Fest next weekend. Are you ready for the infestation? Click below for more!
Yesterday, we got word that the new Sci-fi thriller SPIDERS 3D will featured in the upcoming Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival December 7th. The Festival will be held in the Indie Screen Theater at Williamsburg’s Waterfront Kent Avenue (289 Kent Ave by S.2nd St). The movie will be screened at 10:20pm and should be a frightengly good time.
Below is the synposis from the press release:
Following the crash of a derelict Soviet space station into a Manhattan subway tunnel, a new species of spider is discovered in the wreckage. When the spiders mutate to gigantic proportions, an MTA subway employee has to save his family and all of New York City from total destruction.
Directed by Tibor Takacs (The Gate, I, Madman), SPIDERS 3D stars Patrick Muldoon (Starship Troopers, Stigmata), Christa Campbell (Drive Angry, The Mechanic), William Hope (Aliens, Dark Shadows), Pete Lee Wilson (Blade II) Jon Mack (Saw VI) and Sydney Sweeney (The Ward).
Written by Joseph Farruggia and Tibor Takacs, SPIDERS 3D was produced by Boaz Davidson and Israel Ringel and executive produced by Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short and Lati Grobman.
Here’s an exclusive clip from SPIDERS 3D:
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