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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

February 02, 2003

Spider terror -- overproduced and effects-driven, but adequate.
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Movie Metropolis
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September 27, 2012

"Arachnophobia" is a notch or two above the typical creature horror movie, with solid special effects and a decent story that isn't just one "Boo!" after the other.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Designed to reduce the audience to a squirming mass, the film yields plenty of grisly pleasures.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

That sound you hear in the background is the ''ugh!'' heard round the world. Luckily, ''Arachnophobia'' will also be generating its share of boisterous, nervous laughter.
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Cinema Crazed
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November 02, 2014

A slasher film with spiders doing the work for the masked serial killer, and director Marshall twists that formula around for a diverse audience.
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

Frank Marshall's sophisticated feature directing debut never indulges in ultimate gross-out effects and carefully chooses both its victims and its means of depicting their dispatch.
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BrianOrndorf.com
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July 24, 2010

Preys upon that dread in a wonderfully cinematic manner, elegantly keeping the antics lighthearted enough to encourage a viewing, but eventually digging into spiderific panic -- pure candy to horror junkies on the prowl for the perfect thrill.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

This is the kind of movie where you squirm out of enjoyment, not terror, and it's probably going to be popular with younger audiences - it doesn't pound you over the head with violence.
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Filmcritic.com

June 03, 2003

Plenty of laughs, but the action scenes don't really generate much in the way of scares. Good enough for Sunday afternoon, though.
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Newsweek
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April 07, 2008

First-time director Frank Marshall has long been Steven Spielberg's producer, and he's learned the master's lessons well.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Frank Marshall, a constant Spielberg collaborator, makes his directorial debut in this genial horror movie, a sweet infestation that creeps and crawls but wouldn't scare anybody.
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