In Lousiana there's an earthquake and from the rift emerge white blind spiders. A chicken farmer is the first to die. Then, we go to a family, led by long-in-the-tooth actors Edward Furlong and Tracey Gold, who are there on a field trip. There's also a tour-guide, who is in love with his boss' blonde daughter. Of course, as the movie progresses, the spiders get larger and larger, first the size of dogs, then the size of a Japanese Kaiju. How can they grow if they don't consume anything? They just lay eggs in people and hatch, then grow. Oh, and they breath out fire. The special effects are so-so, with cartoonish arachnids. One of the lamer giant spider movies I've seen.