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Watch The Terrifying Trailer For Upcoming Spider Horror ‘Itsy Bitsy’

Arachnophobes beware because there is a new spider centered horror movie on the horizon. Named after the children’s nursery rhyme, this movie is certainly not child friendly. The story focuses on a family that moves into a secluded mansion where they soon find themselves being targeted by an entity taking the form of a giant spider. You can watch the eerie and suspenseful trailer for Itsy Bitsy below:

In Itsy Bitsy

Kara, a private nurse and single mother, moves from the big city to the quiet countryside with her two children, 13-year-old Jesse and 8-year-old Cambria, to live with and take care of an elderly man with multiple sclerosis. Things seem normal enough until Jesse discovers a mysterious old relic in the old man’s house, leading to unexpected and horrifying things coming to life.

A creepy-crawly creature feature based on the centuries-old poem, Itsy Bitsy weaves a sinister web of family drama, personal demons, and a horrifying monster.

Micah Gallo wrote the story and directs the screenplay that was co-written by Jason Alvino and Bryan Dick. Starring in Itsy Bitsy is Bruce Davidson, Denise Crosby, Elizabeth Roberts, Arman Darbo and Chloe Perrin.

As well as the trailer, Bloody Disgusting shared a first look at the creepy classic-style poster art for the movie.


Nothing like a good old spider movie to scare the hell out of audiences. The thing is, even if the movie isn’t that great you can guarantee it will still scare a bunch of people because of how common the phobia is. It will be interesting to see whether Itsy Bitsy is a genuinely freaky movie, or is just so for those that are already terrified of spiders.

Itsy Bitsy will be screening in selected theatres and will be released on digital and VOD on August 30 this year.

What do you think of the creepy trailer for Itsy Bitsy? Will you be watching the movie? Let us know all of your thoughts in the comments!

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