You simply can’t go wrong having a giant VW Spider Bug in your front yard! You know, impress the neighbors. Make your yard art into a destination stop for all those looking for a good photo for their Americana Pinterest board.
Reminds me of this classic:
The Giant Spider Invasion is a low-budget 1975 science fiction horror film produced by Transcentury Pictures, a partnership owned by the film’s director Bill Rebane. The film is about giant spidersthat terrorize the town of Merrill, Wisconsin and the surrounding area. The Giant Spider Invasion was given a U.S. release in theaters in 1975, and was distributed by Group 1 Films. The iconic theatrical poster art was a throwback to the monster movies of the 1950s. The film received a considerable theatrical run and became one of the fifty top-grossing films of that year. After a three-time ABC television network run, the movie achieved additional exposure many years later, when it was featured in a 1997 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) (season 8, episode 10). It is now regarded as a cult classic in the B movie realm. The film is listed on ‘The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made’ in the book The Official Razzie Movie Guide by Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson.
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