รีวิวหนังสัตว์ขย้ำ หม่ำมนุษย์ : Arachnophobia (1990)
Arachnophobia (1990) I’m starting off an unofficial trilogy of reviews for spider-related films with the Steven Spielberg-produced thriller Arachnophobia : one of the most well-known movies to feature killer spiders. Even though he didn’t direct it, this movie has the triple threat that many of Spielberg’s best films have: a combination of adventure, thrills, and fun.
Arachnophobia is not just your average killer animal film. Jeff Daniels is completely convincing, and the acting all around is more than just serviceable. It’s not a full-fledged horror-comedy, either, but it’s frequently comedic. The movie has no trouble bouncing back and forth between purposeful, well-timed laughs, to effective jumps and scares.Even though he didn’t direct it, this movie has the triple threat that many of Spielberg’s best films have.
The movie begins in the mysterious rain forests of South America, where a new species of spider is discovered. It’s a formidable beast, about the size of a baseball mitt, and it has a deadly bite. It kills one of the expedition members and then hitches a ride back to California inside his coffin.
Spiders are among the most elegant of God’s creatures, with their delicate, spindly legs and infinite patience. Contained in their tiny memories is the geometry for a million webs, and when you see a web wet with dew in the morning sunlight, you know there is order in the universe, because the spider has found it and didn’t even know what it was looking for.
There are a good number of frights in this movie, and not an over-reliance on jump scares or false scares. As a whole, this movie is not trying to be something like Lavalantula, where it’s just a ridiculous fun time. ดูหนังออนไลน์