Spiders 2: Breeding Ground (2001) 1080p YIFY Movie

Spiders 2: Breeding Ground (2001) 1080p

Spiders II: Breeding Ground is a movie starring Stephanie Niznik, Greg Cromer, and Daniel Quinn. Jason and Alexandra 'Alex', a close couple, lose their sail yacht in a storm and are grateful to get picked up by Captain Jim Bigelow's...

IMDB: 3.00 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.85G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 3.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 19 / 30

The Synopsis for Spiders 2: Breeding Ground (2001) 1080p

Jason and Alexandra 'Alex', a close couple, lose their sail yacht in a storm and are grateful to get picked up by Captain Jim Bigelow's commercial carrier. Suspicious about the rough treatment and injections given by ship's doctor Gerbac which make the strong man faint, and realizing the ship is improbably empty and the radio not broken as the crew claims, Jason starts snooping around and finds human bodies on meat hooks, but even Alex thinks he's just hallucinating. Alas while sane Jason is restrained for his 'paranoia', the real madmen are the doc's genetic experiment outfit, who abuse their human captives as live incubators for a giant spider's eggs...

The Director and Players for Spiders 2: Breeding Ground (2001) 1080p

[Director]Sam Firstenberg
[Role:]Richard Moll
[Role:]Greg Cromer
[Role:]Stephanie Niznik
[Role:]Daniel Quinn

The Reviews for Spiders 2: Breeding Ground (2001) 1080p

"F*ckin spiders!"Reviewed byBezenbyVote: 6/10

Oh no! It's another Nu-Image monster movie, from the people who brought you Octopus! (1 and 2), Crocodile! (1 and 2), Shark Attack! (1-6), Whelk! (1 - 435) and Gerbil! (ongoing TV series).

This time we've got Spiders, and it wouldn't surprise you to know that Spiders 2 has nothing to do with Spiders 1 (which was rather stupid and good). The film takes an awfully long time to get to the Spider rampages, but you've got a bit of mystery thrown in at first, kind of thing.

After some baddies board a boat full of young folk, beat them up and kidnap them (except for one guy who gets blown up), we meet our heroes, and American couple on vacation on the sea somewhere. They find the destroyed boat, but before they can do anything about it a storm hits them, causing the boat to capsize. Luckily for them they are rescued by the crew of a huge tanker. Unluckily for them the tankers holds a secret involving spiders, mad scientists, and bad actors!

This is standard Nu-Image fare, but a lot less boring than usual. There's a bit of gore thrown in, scores of spiders running about in CGI and puppet form, tons of errors, and some random happenings near the end of the film including a shot of a real spider crawling along the side of a toy boat. The appearance of the gigantic spider at the end was both pointless and hilarious.

You can get this on a double disc with Spiders 1, which is a lot more fun than this one, which in itself is a lot more fun that a lot of those Nu-Image films.

Much better effort than most would sayReviewed bykannibalcorpsegrinderVote: 8/10

Getting stranded at sea, a couple are rescued by a large cargo ship run by a demented scientist to test experiments regarding a gigantic spider and must get away before the creatures overrun the ship and everyone on-board.

This ended up being quite enjoyable and entertaining as a cheesy creature feature. One of the best aspects here is the film's cheesy nature, transporting a 50's style monster movie out into the sea and away from land, making for a new and innovative feel that gives this some nice moments. This here is further compounded by the mystery angle in the beginning with the mysterious injections, secretive behavior about the ship and its contents and rude treatment to them despite an air of hospitality offered make it inviting through the slow pace, and when brought along by the curious inability to heal despite all these solutions to the contrary really create a pretty intriguing air about the slow-going nature here. Things start picking up with the dream of being wheeled through the bowels of the ship on a gurney, which really sets the film going on the paranoia thread that turns the second half into even more fun as there's the demented fun of his capture down in the basement as he gets impregnated and is later forced to watch the culmination of their plans b showing the erupting spider from the woman's body. Naturally, this all comes up to the film's cheesy best is the final rampage through the ship when the spiders are loose with tons of action involving their crawling free against the crew which brings up plenty of fine gore in the numerous kills here, and the fact that the spiders are everywhere on the ship allows for a lot of fun in the escape attempts and battle tactics against the creatures down in the cargo hold and up on-deck. This even has an overall rather fine feel with a bit of suspense in the stalking as well as a nerve-tingling walk through a spider-web-riddled hallway without any armaments for protection in a highlight sequence. There's another good part here in its use of realistic prop spiders as well, making for a nice look where they're menacing and convincing which is all more than enough here to overcome the few flaws within this. The biggest issue is the slow-paced first half which doesn't really do much here. By keeping it centered on the mystery of what's going on with the crew and different tactics, there's not much room here for spider attacks throughout here by utilizing this nature. As well, there's the lame and rather unnecessary romance angle that really hampers the pace within this by being oblivious about it alongside the boring pace. The other flaw here is the film's really troubling areas that shouldn't be. Considering the sources, the opening abduction is simply lame and laughable when it shouldn't be so, while the CGI is a bit distracting. There's some detracting cheese here due to this, but it's not enough to dissuade this from being quite entertaining.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language, and Nudity.

Greatest Sequel Ever MadeReviewed byswifty77Vote: 7/10

Am I ready to tell you about the greatest sequel of all time? Yes, yes I am. OK, maybe I exaggerate a little. Because it was a terrible movie. But I preferred it to the first one. Let's start with the bits I liked: the concept was better than the first one. Yep, that's about all I liked. The idea of shoving a load of spiders on a boat is better than the whole NASA space thing they had going on in the original movie. And that's one problem I have here. The sequel about giant spiders actually doesn't really link to its predecessor about other giant spiders. I guess this is just a universe where if science experiments go wrong, the result is giant spiders. Chemistry must be an optional subject at school then...poor kids.

Other bad things: - 'Logan'. The whole subplot of the name of the boat not being discovered because it's bad for Captain Badguy is so stupid considering our protagonists must have seen the name of it PAINTED IN BIG BLACK BOLD LETTERS ON THE SIDE AS THEY FRIGGIN' SAILED TOWARDS IT - There is no spider action until the last half hour. (Although there are a lot more than the first film which kinda makes up for it) - Speaking of the spiders, why the f*** do they make elephant noises? Is it because they're really big and we associate really big animals with elephants? F*** knows. - The acting from the two leads is terrible. The main guy is literally so chill when he sees a spider erupt from a naked lady's stomach you can't help but wonder if he's seen this shizz in another life. Maybe he was a poor Chemistry student at school and this is everyday for him. - Luckily the co-pilot of this rescue helicopter keeps a sneaky lil' grenade in his lunchbox just in case he ever has to blow up a f***- off massive elephant spider. - What is that CGI? - What is that kissing? Like this is the most unbelievable married couple I've ever seen on screen. She had more chemistry with Captain Badguy than her own husband. - There is no 'Spiders 3'.

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