SPIDERS centers on mutant spiders created by pieces of material from a disabled Soviet space station. With New York City threatened to be overrun, it's up to MTA supervisor Jason Cole and his ex-wife, health inspector Rachel Cole, to prevent the Queen Spider from uniting with her eggs and creating a full on army of five-foot-tall, killer spiders.
Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
For fans familiar with the material ... Ziggy Stardust should be a satisfyingly nostalgic experience.Dave Kehr, New York Times, 06.24.2010
An excellent example of its genre, with Pennebaker capturing the excitement of what was a very special, emotion-charged occasion.Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times, 06.24.2010
Pennebaker doesn't break any ground here, in what is essentially a linear concert film. But he doesn't need to. Bowie's brilliant -- and, by today's stadium-size standards, intimate -- performance does that for him.Jonathan Perry, Boston Globe, 06.24.2010
Purely as document, D.A. Pennebaker's Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars could not be a more ruthless portrait of a time and a music.John Anderson, Newsday, 06.24.2010