Camel Spiders (2011)

TV Movie   |  R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Comedy


Camel Spiders (2011) Poster

Dozen of large, man-eating camel spiders first attack soldiers in thr desert of Iraq, then invades the southwestern areas of the United States.


2.4/10
1,718


Videos


Photos

  • Camel Spiders (2011)
  • Brian Krause in Camel Spiders (2011)
  • Matt Borlenghi and Jon Mack in Camel Spiders (2011)
  • Camel Spiders (2011)
  • Brian Krause and Hugh Mun in Camel Spiders (2011)
  • Melissa Brasselle and Brian Krause in Camel Spiders (2011)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


5 December 2011 | TheLittleSongbird
1
| Really does scrape the bottom of the barrel
I am a person who juggles my many music commitments with some free time, which I use to watch movies and listen to music. Save a few tolerable ones, a lot of the SyFy movies are terrible. Camel Spiders is no exception, in fact it is one of SyFy's very worst.

As bad as Titanic II, Mega Piranha, 2010: Moby Dick, Battle of Los Angeles and Quantum Apocalypse are, and they are, awful even, Camel Spiders makes them award-worthy in comparison.

To begin criticising Camel Spiders would be difficult as there is so much wrong. Let's start with how the film is made, Camel Spiders is one of the cheapest looking of all the SyFy movies right down from the slapdash filming to the gimmicky way the gore and such is used.

Camel Spiders completely fails in the script and story too. The script contains some of the worst dialogue I've heard, it was all very forced and cliché-ridden. The story isn't engaging in the least, it was to me a silly premise anyway, but the story itself was bland and predictable with too much time wasted on some of the least interesting story ideas of the movie.

The characters I felt indifferent too, they are annoying and underdeveloped and the camel spiders of the title are not menacing at all and laughable in their design. The direction is sloppy, the soundtrack is forgettable, the sound effects sound distorted and are misplaced and the pace is inconsistent with both rushed and pedestrian moments. And need I mention how wooden across the board the acting was? Overall, a terrible movie and one of SyFy's bottom-of-the-barrel type movies. 0/10 Bethany Cox

Critic Reviews



Box Office

Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)

Contribute to this page

5 Movie Picks That Will Make You Rock Out

If you're in the mood to rock out and laugh, here are five fan favorites.

Watch the video

A History of Golden Globe Winning Drama Performances

Take a look back at the talented actors and actresses who took home a Golden Globe for Best Actor/Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama since the category was created in 1951.

See the full gallery

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com