Arachnophobia

Arachnophobia
Arachnophobia

Year

1990

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

"Arachnophobia" means fear of spiders, and if you don't have it now, this very funny horror film might just leave you with it. When an explorer comes to an unfortunate end in the South American rainforests, his eight-legged killer hitches a ride in his coffin. Let loose in small-town America, this highly intelligent and lethal spider starts to breed and pick off the locals- much to the confusion of the other residents. New-to-town doctor Ross Jennings has a suspicion about what might be going on, but faces the resistance of old-school local doctor Sam Metcalf - as well as his own crippling fear of spiders.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language

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