Words spoken while he was being beaten up. I didn’t expect such a hoot of a movie from Filmrise. This is a great B movie, with all the characteristics of what made the B movies of the 1950's such Saturday afternoon fun. Steve Guttenberg plays a sort of has been movie actor, and in the opening scene he is being beaten up, but then he is supposed to act in a bug movie, and he insists he won’t do a bug movie ever! Of course he hadn’t read the script to know. Nia Peeples plays his wife, and when she goes mano-a-mano with the lava dripping spiders, it is a great parody. The special effects were actually decent and so much of the movie was tongue in cheek. Naturally the scenario is farfetched and makes no sense, but who really cares. I enjoyed the varied cast off characters. The movie dropped a lot of one liners and there is a lot of parody. The joy is that no one took their character seriously. There is TV news reporting intermittent during the movie, and they report that Los Angeleans are going about their business as normal during all the chaos. And some of the LA crowd scenes were really very funny. If there is a thing to nitpick it is that his son found that CO2 killed the spiders, but when the got to the final battle, they kept referring to liquid nitrogen, and cylinders labeled liquid nitrogen could not be. They should have simply kept with the CO2 fire extinguishers, which were actually a lot of the cylinders. If would easily give it 4 ½ stars.