Average review score based on 2 user reviews
This version of the DVD has some edit glitches, specks and streaking, and the audio is uneven-- it was made from a used Drive-In Movie film copy, and shows it. Strangely enough that actually makes it better because of the feel of the age it was written in, good old 1958, with the added cold war paranoia of the sixties and early seventies mixed into it and a general lack of understanding of things almost everyone understands today.
Because of when it was made and the fact it is a super low budget movie there is no nudity, although it is implied, much of the action makes little sense, and mistakes and continuity issues abound. If you enjoy those tidbits you'll enjoy this movie, and today we are more likely to laugh at the giant spiders than fear them, so it makes it more fun.
Not only do clothes and makeup jump back and forth, at around fifty eight minutes the dialog microphone is moving back and forth along the bottom edge of the picture to record the actors speaking.
It actually had one drive-in movie poster that read "Beware of rocks bearing spiders."
A priceless piece of history.
Luckily I fell over myself looking for this and found a nice cheap original 2 DVD set on eBay for a good price(I saw it at shows for over $40). This is an amazing set for the schlock fan of this film. Almost TOO much information and extras for a low budget classic from Wisconsin. A must for the fan of 70s schlocky fun!