Who doesn’t love a cult classic? They’re great because there’s a special something, from the movie that imprints onto a person’s memory. They never forget it, and the title thrives by word of mouth more than any form of managed publicity. I don’t know if this will happen with Spidarlings, but I’m sure some place underground, it’s deep underground...
The story tells of two losers- I mean lovers, Eden and Matilda, who are living in a tiny apartment, rent-free! By avoiding their landlord, who’s extremely upset with not being paid they do their best to be eat and be happy. Surprisingly, their troubles aren’t at home- not at first.
The movie is dark, moody and a musical of all things! When I viewed the first number, I instantly thought of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, but not in a good way. Then, none of the situations made much sense- I was totally confused until something arthropidic crawed onto the scene, making everything worse. I’m not exaggerating either.
The movie lacked a focused storyline, the singing was crummy and I barely stayed awake, the full 120 minutes, to catch what was going on! I honestly wish I could say something positive about Spidarlings, but there really isn’t anything I can say, except Spidarlings released 1 July 2017.
Produced Rahel & Salem Kapsaski
Written * Directed by Salem Kapsaski
Starring Sophia Disgrace, Rahel Kapsaski, Lee Mark Jones & Rusty Goffe
Released July 1, 2017
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