Mike Mendez to Spin a Web for Mega Spider

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Madman Mike Mendez (Real Killers, The Convent, The Gravedancers) is back behind the camera for what promises to be another cinematic romp of insanity like only he can craft. Warning … this one will not be for the arachnophobic!

Word has just come down that Mendez will be at the directorial helm of Mega Spider for Epic Pictures. Production is slated to begin this fall, and our skin is crawling already!

Surviving extermination by nuclear eradication, a horrible alien mutation in arachnid form is now growing at an exponential rate and making its way toward downtown Los Angeles. Hot on its spindly heels is a crack military unit with absolute authority, led by an obsessively driven commander and his beautiful but lethal sidekick. Unfortunately for them, this mutant spider has an array of deadly defenses including the ability to virtually disappear through camouflage. But the creature’s real adversary quickly turns out to be a hot-shot local exterminator armed only with cocky attitude, some fast one-liners and his homemade gadgets. Joining forces with the military team, this blue-collar hero sets out to exterminate what has now become a monstrous 10-story tall MEGA SPIDER.

Mike Mendez to Spin a Web for Mega Spider

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  • James Coker

    but Mike Mendez…what about “Over-Kill” 🙁

  • Vanvance1

    The Convent was damn good, Gravedancers was excellent. I am totally stoked for this and the excellent art has me even more excited! Go Mendez!

  • nonserviam03

    Honestly, I’ll watch anything with a giant spider in it.

    • Uncle Creepy

      Yeah. I’m right there with ya!

      • Gus Bjork

        Me too. It’s just sad they are rarely done right. The spiders are usually generic monsters and don’t capture that skittling, lurking, pouncing creepiness that makes them so damn scary.