Four excruciating art-holes break into a boarded-up house and claim it as their squat, but after a night of unconvincing partying they wake to discover they’re trapped inside with someone or something nasty.
Why? No plausible reason. But good God, you wouldn’t want to be trapped anywhere with these four.
A torturous torture porn, Spiderhole plays like a rubbish version of The Hole (the Keira Knightley one), with the shocking script leaving cast gasping and gurning through a sea of cliché.
Incoherent plot ‘twists’ and ponderous pacing offer no reprieve and the single decent scare at the end is too little too late. Hole-y crap.