History YMMV / Arachnophobia

13th Feb '18 2:09:34 PM gjjones
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* RetroactiveRecognition: The animatronics technician that created the spiders for the film was [[Series/MythBusters Jamie Hyneman]].
10th Feb '18 8:39:41 AM Gosicrystal
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* ParanoiaFuel: You'll probably be checking every nook in your house for spiders after watching this.
** And make sure your tent is closed and well when out camping, so nothing can creep under your blanket...

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* ParanoiaFuel: You'll probably be checking every nook in your house for spiders after watching this.
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this. And make sure your tent is closed and well when out camping, so nothing can creep under your blanket...
10th Feb '18 8:39:09 AM Gosicrystal
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The inexplicable scene in which a doll comes to life and watches a spider land on its face. Explanation, please?
** RuleOfScary

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The inexplicable scene in which a doll comes to life and watches a spider land on its face. Explanation, please?\n** RuleOfScary
15th Nov '16 5:24:09 AM gjjones
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* FollowTheLeader: ''Film/KingdomOfTheSpiders''.
* {{Narm}}: The climactic battle with the queen. Where to begin? The fact that the spider somehow manages to tackle the hero onto his back MULTIPLE TIMES? The fact that the spider survives countless injuries, any one of which should've killed it? The fact that the hero rigs together a flamethrower to battle it and it still manages to thrash him? The way the spider clearly toys with him, leaving him pinned under debris and ascends his leg just so it can stare him down, eye to eye? The fact that, once defeated, it explodes kaijin-style? Or maybe the fact that the climax is simply a man with severe arachnophobia battling a spider in his basement, and the screenwriters used every contrivance in the book to make it dramatic.

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* FollowTheLeader: ''Film/KingdomOfTheSpiders''.
* {{Narm}}: The climactic battle with the queen.The General. Where to begin? The fact that the spider somehow manages to tackle the hero onto his back MULTIPLE TIMES? The fact that the spider survives countless injuries, any one of which should've killed it? The fact that the hero rigs together a flamethrower to battle it and it still manages to thrash him? The way the spider clearly toys with him, leaving him pinned under debris and ascends his leg just so it can stare him down, eye to eye? The fact that, once defeated, it explodes kaijin-style? Or maybe the fact that the climax is simply a man with severe arachnophobia battling a spider in his basement, and the screenwriters used every contrivance in the book to make it dramatic.
7th Oct '16 2:17:49 PM GREGOLE
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* NightmareRetardant: If you don't actually have arachnophobia, the movie can come off as remarkably dumb.
13th Mar '16 8:37:06 AM AnotherGuy
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* FollowTheLeader: ''Film/KingdomOfTheSpiders''.
20th Jan '15 2:00:07 PM Exxolon
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** And make sure your tent is closed and well when out camping, so nothing can creep under your blanket...



** And make sure your tent is closed and well when out camping, so nothing can creep under your blanket...
20th Jan '15 4:22:34 AM Exxolon
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* SpecialEffectFailure: In the shower scene it's extremely obvious that the actress is wearing a fleshtone bodysuit as one shot is from above clearly showing the fastening at the back of her neck.
17th Jan '15 7:48:39 PM GREGOLE
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* {{Narm}}: The climactic battle with the queen. Where to begin? The fact that the spider somehow manages to tackle the hero onto his back MULTIPLE TIMES? The fact that the spider survives countless injuries, any one of which should've killed it? The fact that the hero rigs together a flamethrower to battle it and it still manages to thrash him? The way the spider clearly toys with him, leaving him pinned under debris and ascends his leg just so it can stare him down, eye to eye? Or maybe the fact that, once defeated, it explodes kaijin-style.

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* {{Narm}}: The climactic battle with the queen. Where to begin? The fact that the spider somehow manages to tackle the hero onto his back MULTIPLE TIMES? The fact that the spider survives countless injuries, any one of which should've killed it? The fact that the hero rigs together a flamethrower to battle it and it still manages to thrash him? The way the spider clearly toys with him, leaving him pinned under debris and ascends his leg just so it can stare him down, eye to eye? Or maybe the The fact that, once defeated, it explodes kaijin-style.kaijin-style? Or maybe the fact that the climax is simply a man with severe arachnophobia battling a spider in his basement, and the screenwriters used every contrivance in the book to make it dramatic.
17th Jan '15 7:43:31 PM GREGOLE
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* {{Narm}}: The climactic battle with the queen. Where to begin? The fact that the spider somehow manages to tackle the hero onto his back MULTIPLE TIMES? The fact that the spider survives countless injuries, any one of which should've killed it? The fact that the hero rigs together a flamethrower to battle it and it still manages to thrash him? The way the spider clearly toys with him, leaving him pinned under debris and ascends his leg just so it can stare him down, eye to eye? Or maybe the fact that, once defeated, it explodes kaijin-style.
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