Written by Scotty
Looking for the answers to everything could cause you more problems than it is worth. Although you might be looking to help out someone that is in need, there may be a reason why you were not involved from the beginning. Trying to do the right thing is something that more people should do, but if you find out that it will get you into trouble as well, it might be something that you might need to walk away from before you get in too deep.
Jason and his wife Rachel are getting a divorce and looking to go on their own paths, but their daughter is not happy about the outcome. Jason is doing everything in his power to make sure that his girl will be ok, but work has to come first as space debris has hit the city causing the subway line to shut down. Looking to find a way to get back to his falling apart family, Jason has to accept what he is being told about what caused a friend’s death, along with why a satellite crashed through one of the main subway tunnels.
Although Jason is trying to do the right thing for his friend, he still has to find a way to get home for his daughter’s birthday. Always being late, Jason has an excuse this time that cannot be taken apart by his ex-wife. Even though he is sorry about what happened and missing a life changing birthday, Jason has to have depend on Rachel to run a test on some strange insect eggs that were found inside his friend. When Rachel comes back with the results, saying that these were spider eggs, the once happy family is now on the radar of a government agency that wants to take control of everything that has to do with the crash.
When all of the rats are trying to escape the subway, Jason is called in once again but is not able to find the reason why, even with all of the help from the local exterminators. As the government moves in to take control of the situation, they find that the there is a new strain of spider that has been unleashed on New York City that if controlled correctly will give them the most advanced silk in the world. Scientist Dr. Darnoff takes control of the government group as the spiders that are being studied are not of this world, but an alien strain that could only be combined with spider DNA to survive the atmospheric pressure on earth. With a government cover-up being put into place around the crash location, Jason and ex-wife Rachel are being hunted by not only the spiders, but by the government as well.
Spiders (also known as Spiders 3D) follows Jason Cole as he is a station head for the New York Transit Authority and only trying to do his job and keep the subway lines running at all times. But as fate would have it, a Soviet satellite crashes down in the city housing spiders that were grown in space from an unworldly DNA strain. As the spiders adapt to the atmosphere, they start to grow and take over the city. With the government trying to protect their new discovery, they cover-up what is really happening saying that the area is quarantined due to a new virus. As Rachel has run tests on the strange eggs, she is pulled into the situation as well with the government not allowing any loose ends to go talking to the press and letting the world know of their discovery. The spiders however do not stay within the plan as they find a way out of their holding pen and start to take over the city.
Just a good old creature feature as the spiders start to take over one of the largest cities in the world. Without getting real help from the government to contain the outbreak as they are more concerned about keeping it a secret than allowing the world to know what they have found, disaster strikes. With the spiders getting bigger and bigger, they cannot be killed off by conventional weapons, well easily at least, and this new breed starts to make the Earth its home. Trying to kill off something that is not of this world is hard enough, but trying to survive your own government’s hit squads makes it just that much more difficult. Stay Scared.