Films: Mad Spider Sea (2020)
Height/Weight: That of a small car.
Summary: Giant spiders are everywhere in movies. They're in your home, the jungle, volcanoes, even space! And yes, we've had monster arachnids on boats as well. But this one evolved specifically to not be afraid of getting a little wet...
History: Mutated by toxic waste, this horrific sea spider has been the menace of the Chinese sea for quite some time. One day, a particularly unlucky ship passes by, and becomes the feeding ground for the beast. Between the monster and their rather obvious animosity towards each other, the crew will have to fight to survive the night.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The spider is eventually trapped in where the nets go in the ship, and doused with kerosene before being lit up. It still manages to escape, but is pushed off the edge of the ship by two men who go down with it. It seems oddly at ease with being sent back to the abyss whence it came.
Powers/Abilities: Has a hard shell, and a venomous bite that has no cure.
Weakness: Fire and heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 4-While the CGI can be a bit lacking in some spots, it cannot be denied that this is a rather intimidating creature. Looking like an unholy cross between a spider and a crab, this sea beast proved to be almost unstoppable for the poor crew as it ripped them limb from limb. Imagine what it could do to you, even in infancy.
Trivia: -For those of you who are confused, a crab spider is a small arachnid that can scuttle sideways, while a spider crab is a large crustacean with the longest limbs in the arthropod world. This monster takes cues from both animals.
-There is such thing as sea spiders, and they are of the abyssal variety. But they are more related to crustaceans than arachnids, and aren't as big as cars. They can be found all over the world in varying sizes and shapes at certain depths.