Given the amount of time I spend watching films on my laptop or iPhone it’s easy to forget the role of cinema as a shared experience. Director/Writer/Stuntman Nash Edgerton and his short Spider provide a welcome reminder of why films are often improved when watched in groups and how a believable representation of relationships and the world sometimes has a far greater emotional impact than the most fantastical of tales.

Spider (2007)

It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye.

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