Jermaine Fowler Stars in Terrifying Giant Spider Horror ‘Sting’ [TRAILER]


Well Go USA has released the official trailer for “Sting,” an Australian-produced horror film that will send shivers down the spines of audiences when it hits theaters this April. Directed by Kiah Roache-Turner, the movie introduces viewers to the harrowing transformation of a seemingly harmless pet spider into a colossal flesh-eating monster. As the narrative unfolds, 12-year-old Charlotte is forced to confront a nightmarish reality, battling for her family’s survival against an otherworldly arachnid threat.

“Sting” stars Alyla Browne, Jermaine Fowler, Ryan Corr, Penelope Mitchell,  Silvia Colloca, Danny Kim, Noni Hazlehurst, and Robyn Nevin. The film explores themes of isolation, family dynamics, and the consequences of nurturing a secret that morphs into a horrifying reality.

Well Go USA will release “Sting” in theaters nationwide on April 12, 2024, StudioCanal will handle distribution in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Benelux.

The storyline begins with a mysterious object crashing through a New York City apartment window on a stormy night, revealing an egg from which a peculiar spider emerges. Named “Sting” by Charlotte, a rebellious comic book enthusiast, the creature starts small but rapidly grows into a monstrous entity with an insatiable appetite for blood. As the arachnid terrorizes the city, Charlotte becomes the key to stopping its rampage, drawing her family and neighbors into a fight for their lives.

What sets “Sting” apart is its use of practical effects provided by Weta Workshop, a five-time Academy Award-winning team known for their exceptional craftsmanship. Richard Taylor, Creative Director of Weta Workshop, brings his expertise from notable projects like Blade Runner 2049 and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy to breathe life into the terrifying creature.

Watch the trailer below.

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