Genre: Sci-Fi Horror
Director: Jack Arnold
Starring: John Agar, Mara Corday, Leo G. Carroll, Nestor Paiva, Ross ElliottIn Brief: Quite possibly the apex of 1950s giant-insect-fear films, Tarantula is no less preposterous than any of the films that surround it, but it manages to keep a straight face and actually seems to believe its own nonsense. Combined with reasonably sound performances, OK special effects and the good sense to keep its monster offscreen as much as possible (while fulfilling the promise of its title), the movie makes for an agreeable 80 minutes of sci-fi horror.
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