A rich businessman hires a team of vietnam vets to get his son out of Vietnam, but this group of mercenaries don't plan to go in Vietnam, they just want the money. They make a mistake by killing policeman "Brad Spyder"'s partner, and now he only wants REVENGE!
Explores the themes of persona and subjective reality. Told through the eyes of a young wrestler navigating a decedent and decrepit arena awash with damaged strippers and bombastic wrestlers performing to a horde of human animals, punk, freaks and geeks - we are taken on a journey of flesh and vice, insecurity masked by mirth, sexuality, hubris and bravado - all in the name of fantastical escapism.
A surveillance expert who wants to help people comes across a foe who is the very definition of evil. Can he stop the man before he destroys everything?
Brad Spyder flies to Hawaii to uncover a web of bribery, betrayal and lies and when Spyder finds his partner dead, a cat and mouse game between killer and cop begins.
Spyder Games is a television series that was broadcast on MTV from June 18, 2001 through September 20, 2001. MTV's second foray into the soap opera format following the run of the anthology series Undressed, the series was originally called Spyder Web in development. Originally intended for a 3 pm time slot, Spyder Games ultimately debuted at 7 pm because of its racy content. The final episodes, originally scheduled to air during the week of 10 September 2001, were postponed by a week because of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The last episode was written as cliffhanger, but MTV did not pick the series up for a second season.
Spyder's Web was a British crime drama television series aired in 1972. It starred Anthony Ainley as Clive Hawksworth and Patricia Cutts as Charlotte "Lottie" Dean as two secret agents working for the mysterious Spyder organisation in the interests of the British government.