Spiderhole Review

What happens when four British homeless twenty-somethings decide to move into an abandoned house? Well if I say that this is a horror movie, can you guess their fate now?

Aside from the odd coincidence that these group of friends just happened to pick at random a abandoned house where a killer lives,
Spiderhole starts off with an interesting premise. The minute that you see who the killer is though, I really didn’t understand how the killer could be doing what he’s doing. I think they did also try to explain why the killer is killing people who stay in the house, but I really didn’t understand it. I’m trying not to spoil anything, but I know that when you watch this movie you’ll be questioning the same things.

Spiderhole is definitely a movie where you want the protagonist to die. Initially I wasn’t rooting for the killer to win. There was one particular moment that made me have a change of heart. Again it didn’t make sense why the protagonist would do what she did. Her actions just came off as dumb, and as such I wanted her to get hacked up.

At the very end of the movie there’s yet another scene that is such a stretch but kind of cool at the same time. It by no means changed my opinion of the movie at that point in time.

Spiderhole is a movie that has a basic premise but along the way I got confused as to how things related and tied into one another. Sure part of the problem was not being able to understand what these characters were saying with their accents (I turned up the sound to a pretty loud level and it still sounded like a lot of mumbles).

Anyway what you get in Spiderhole is a movie that isn’t all that gory, scary, or all that interesting. I’ve got to say that it’s perfectly fine for you to skip out on this trip.

If you’ve seen it let me know what you think of it in the comments section.