Creepies Trailer

Creepies Trailer (2003)

31 December 2003 Horror 87 mins

Deadly spiders are accidentally unleashed from a top-secret military installation. Army specialists and Tanks are called in to exterminate the deadly predators, but the outbreak is worse than expected. Weapons of mass destruction have little or no effect on the venomous spiders. Civilians are strangled with spider webs and eaten alive. The Military in a desperate effort to eradicate the killer spiders, decide to demolish the entire city.

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Cast

Lisa Jay

as Michelle

Jeff Ryan

as Dave

Phoebe Dollar

as Brinke

Ron Jeremy

as Officer Spudic

Crew

Jeff Leroy

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 31 December 2003

Production Companies

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