Spider in the Attic (2021)

  • Year: 2021
  • Released: 19 Sep 2021
  • Country: United Kingdom
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13712126/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/spider_in_the_attic
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
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  • Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
  • Runtime: 83 min
  • Writer: Rhys Frake-Waterfield, Scott Jeffrey
  • Director: Scott Jeffrey
  • Cast: Danielle Scott, Sarah Alexandra Marks, Nicola Wright
  • Keywords: scientist, experiment, animal attack, alien life-form, giant spider,

Spider in the Attic Storyline

A deadly nest of spiders lurk in the attic – And the nest is about to be awoken by a news reporter and her colleagues.

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Spider in the Attic Movie Reviews

Another dubious spider movie…

I stumbled upon the 2021 horror movie titled “Spider in the Attic” from writers Scott Jeffrey and Rhys Waterfield by sheer random chance. And I must admit that the movie’s cover/poster actually seemed interesting and the movie’s synopsis also sounded interesting. And being an avid horror fan and liking things with monstrously big spiders, of course I had to watch “Spider in the Attic”.

Needless to say that I wasn’t really harboring much of any hopes or expectations for “Spider in the Attic”, given the fact that the majority of creature features out there with large spiders tend to be dubious movies at best. But still, I opted to watch this 2021 movie from director Scott Jeffrey.

First, I have to say that that the movie’s cover is false advertisement, as the spiders in the movie look nothing like what is depicted here. So that was a massive disappointment. And truth be told, then the movie’s cover/poster was sadly the best part about this entire movie.

The storyline told in “Spider in the Attic” was simplistic, but it was adequate in its own rights. So you are not in for a grand horror cinema experience from writers Scott Jeffrey and Rhys Waterfield. However, the characters were bland and the written dialogue was questionable.

“Spider in the Attic” has spiders, well spider-like creatures. First, as I mentioned above, they look nothing like what is shown on the cover. And the spiders in the movie were CGI animated, of course, but poorly CGI animated, I might have to add. The spider design looks extraterrestrial in appearance, which was what the storyline also hinted at, but you can’t put one type of arachnid on the cover and present something else to the audience entirely.

The movie had a cast ensemble of actresses and actors all unknown to me. And that is usually something I enjoy in movies, but the performances of the ones in “Spider in the Attic” were just bland and lacking drive and energy. But of course, with the subpar script, lousy characters and dialogue, of course the actresses and actors had little to work with.

Director Scott Jeffrey delivered a disappointing movie with “Spider in the Attic”, no doubt about that. And this is not a creature feature that I would recommend you waste your time, money or effort on. Especially since the movie’s cover/poster was the best thing about the ordeal, and that spider is not even in the movie.

My rating of “Spider in the Attic” lands on a three out of ten stars.

Awful just awful

Horrible cgi, horrible acting, horrible everything.

Don’t do it, avoid at all costs.

Go for a walk, resort your underwear drawer, just do anything but watch this horrible, awful and incredibly boring film.


I only created this account so I can say. WHAT THE HELL KIND OF ENDING WAS THAT!!!! The whole moved was hyped to the big guy at the end. Then Bam, It ends!!