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Roger Corman's 'Camel Spiders' Crawls It's Way Onto Blu-ray/DVD This March!

If your looking for a real cheesy film to add to your ever growing movie collection then look no further, because we got just the film for you. Roger Corman's Camel Spiders will be making it's way to DVD and Blu-ray this March and if you never heard of this film, we suggest that you check out the trailer below - trust us it's well worth the minute of your time!

Here's the official word from Anchor Bay Entertainment:

To science they are known as "solifugae." They can grow up to one foot in length. Stories about these seemingly mythic creatures started surfacing when U.S. soldiers encountered them in the first Gulf War. Google "camel spiders", and for anyone with even a hint of arachnophobia, you’ll find videos and pictures of an eight-legged, true life nightmare. Thank goodness they're thousands of miles away...or are they?

From master creature feature maker Roger Corman and director Jim Wynorski comes a spine-chilling tale about the ultimate skin-crawlers: Camel Spiders! Starring Brian Krause (Cyrus: Mind of a Serial Killer, "Charmed," Sleepwalkers), GiGi Ernata (Risen, Crossed), and C. Thomas Howell, (The Outders, The Hitcher, The Amazing Spider-Man), Camel Spiders crawls its way onto DVD and Blu-ray™ March 27, 2012. SRP is $19.98 for the DVD, and $24.99 for the Blu-ray™.

Anchor Bay's Blu-ray presents the film in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio with a 5.1 Dolby TrueHD audio track. No bonus supplements have been listed.

Plot Synops:

During a routine desert patrol, an U.S. Military unit headed by Captain Sturges (Krause) is ambushed by insurgents. Just when they seemed to be outgunned, the attack suddenly stops...and their would-be assasns are dragged off by what a native liaison calls “the devils of the sand.” Wounded in the battle, Sturges earns a ticket back home to the more hospitable deserts of the Southwestern United States.

Bringing back one of his fallen comrades, Sturges doesn’t realize that a couple of camel spiders stowed away and now have access to an environment where they can breed at an exponential rate, freely hunting for prey and unafraid of any predator - including man. No place is safe, no one is beyond their paralyzing sting. In the end a small band of hearty fighters are forced to make one last stand against the creatures.

Anonymous Wednesday 1/18/2012 at 01:14 AM | 89655