Lavalantula is American Horror TV series. Produced by Cinetel Films. Stars: Steve Guttenberg, Michael Winslow, Michele Weaver. Also known as Lavalantula 2 in Brazil. It first aired on Jul 25, 2015, on Syfy. IMDb's user rating for the series is 4.4 *. Lavalantula is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Of Lavalantula Were Made: 2 (2 episodes)
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Season premieres on July 25, 2016
Syfy, 1 episodes
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Season premieres on July 25, 2015
Syfy, 1 episodes
Lavalantula is on Syfy (United States) Mondays at 8 pm
S2E1 (2 Lava 2 Lantula!) - Air Date: Jul 25, 2016 (3 years ago)
Lavalantula Spins a Web Around New Images and a New Clip - Dread Central - per Dreadcentral
If you haven’t grown impossibly tired of the low-budget monster movies that tend to debut on Syfy, then you should be more than happy about director Mike Mendez’s upcoming creature feature Lavalantula. Mendez, who directed Big Ass Spider! and The Convent (a personal favorite, I might add), has put together a film that looks and sounds absolutely ridiculous. However, after spending some time with the latest images and the new clip, I’m curious to see how this one plays out.
First Look at Syfy's Lavalantula - IGN - via Ign
On Saturday, July 25th, terror will erupt out of ancient volcanos in the Santa Monica Mountains, raining death and destruction upon Los Angeles. And Police Academy icons Steve Guttenberg, Leslie Easterbrook and Michael Winslow will be the only ones standing between the City of Angels and this monstrous swarm of bloodthirsty creatures who burn their victims alive. Nia Peeples (The Young and the Restless) and Ralph Garman (KROQ/LA DJ) co-star.
Steve Guttenberg will be tackling his first Shakespeare play, as well as the campy Syfy movie 'Lavalantula' - New York Daily News - according to Nydailynews
Guttenberg has acted on Broadway in a short play by Woody Allen in "Relatively Speaking" and the gentle marital dramedy "Prelude to a Kiss." But besides being on the same set of the '78 thriller "The Boys from Brazil" with Laurence Olivier, the classics are a brave new world.
Top 5 trashy B-movies in honour of Lavalantula - Canada.com - via O
Syfy’s latest B-movie really sounds like it could have legs. Eight, in fact. The U.S. cable network that brought us Sharknado and its sequel — boasting the best ever onscreen use of a chainsaw and a Beverly Hills, 90210 alum — has announced its next animal-horror flick: Lavalantuala.