Lord Elthibar Fitzherbert: This scene gave me the creeps when I first saw it. It was the only scene in
the film that scared me.
TwilightSparkle Fan: Those slimy things are disgusting! 0:0
MrShloker: lol the guy shot off the bugs with a tommy gun perfectly with out shooting
the guy. ya right!
kdchmln: man, i would love to see a copy of this scene before they added in all the
Davis Fountain: Can't stand too much CGI ..
thebatburger: Jimmy is a dumb ass dropping the gun at the end
Zanderinfal: It would be so much better if the sound design wasn't so damn bad. The
choice to have no music draws you in, but there is little to no sound being
made by the creatures. For example: at 0:15 you'd expect more sound of the
mud getting slopped around, the sound of the writing of the leeches to have
some sort of slimy texture to it and when the stuff drips out of the mouth
of one of them it makes a pretty pathetic sound. You'd expect the creatures
to be a least *a little* louder, especially when the character is getting
eaten. Plus, alot of the sounds the actors made were piss poorly dubbed
over, like at 1:15. You're telling me he makes THAT sound when his mouth is
in that shape, after exerting that sort of force? Best be joking. There are
a couple of moments of poorly done animation (the guy getting taken by the
claw was over-exaggerated to the extreme) too.
Other than that, it's a pretty good scene for what it's worth.The creatures
are scary, it's pretty ominous and does a good job at revolting the
audience in the way it means to. Can't say the rest of the movie is that
good, but this scene is at least worth something.
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UnderGrowth: this was not at all memorable
Ryuko Matoi: Why am I aroused all of a sudden?
Nebuchadnezzaurus: For people who got creeped out by the insects in this scene, it's a true
testament to how good the special effects are in this movie. Say what you
want about CGI, but it's at its best when creating quick, agile and complex
PsY: Those worm things that come out of the swamp are *SO* disgusting...
CNoVa703: This what I imagine hell is like
ADAM nilly: wow jack black was on a roll there
Franny Vallesio: Why did he go back into the things with teeth did he want to die or stupid
theeshyguy1: That dude with the machete is a terrible fighter. Anyone else would've been
able to get out of that.
Michael Klein: Yanno, Peter Jackson went to great lengths on this sequence as sort of a
"present" to movie buffs who have spoken for years about the mysterious and
much sought-after "missing spider pit sequence" in the original "King
Kong." The general consensus is the producer of "Kong" demanded that
sequence be cut, not because it was deemed too "horrific", but because it
slowed down the carefully structured pace of the film. Which brings me back
to this sequence in Jackson's remake. For me, it really DID slow down the
pacing of the film just as it probably did in the original--a little of
this would have been fine, but it went on far too long in my estimation.
strikeout1991: Goddamnit, this Island should be bombed to oblivion with a hydrogen bomb!
boiledelephant: This island's wildlife confused me. How do all the insects within a mile
instinctively know there're some (very small) bits of food suddenly? And
why do they all recklessly pile in together - why aren't the smaller ones
scared of the bigger ones? In real life insects always stay far apart,
because most insects feed on other insects. Why are the spiders
cooperating? Spiders are fiercely solitary and kill each other on contact.
Why are there so many worms in that one pool? What do the eat when human
isn't available? Why don't they eat each other? Won't ALL these insects end
up eating each other once the humans are done with? If so, why would they
all swarm together?
The answer to all these questions, of course, is "CGI". It makes directors
and sceenwriters lazy - "hey, we can have even MORE insects in this scene,
so let's have even more!" "I can still see a free spot in this frame! Fill
it with an insect!"
blackcobra1981: Im surprise they haven't done a king kong porn movie with the female
characters getting raped by tentacles during a scene of their movie
Tom Smith: anyone else here from two best friends?
Light Yagami: i uh dont remember this scene
SP Murphy: Those giant man-eating worms that ate Andy Serkis look a bit like penciles
when you roll the foreskin down! LOL!
VlKES724: The scene is used as a metaphor to convey a sense of hopelessness within
the remaining men. Each one of them lost everything at this point and have
literally hit rock bottom. Lumpy not only blamed himself for letting Choy
fall off the log, but was mentally in shambles after watching his friend
die in front of him, therefor had no motive other than to fight the slugs,
even though it meant he'd die too. The pit ultimately gives me the feel of
Hell, I don't know if it's the ominous underlying music or if it's the
overall misery that each of the men have awaiting them, but this pit to me
is a form of showing that the survivors have literally entered Hell.
Mike Darkness: 2:07 because that gun was in "only bugs mode"... Seriously that's the most
stupid flaw that I've ever in a movie
liegebeest geeft de geest: those worms are just so slimey and disgusting! i LOVE them! ^^
Aseeb Qazi: lmaoo I have to most awkward boner
ManOstrich 457: pencil monsters 10/10 (I'm not gay)
crackshack2: Worst Thumbnail ever
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Marshall Banana: I wish this pit was real. And I wish we could round up all the people who
like to catch and release spiders, and drop them into this pit, so they can
be with their friends.
FlamingTeddyGamer: This was an awesome part in the game....oh wait.
BigBadBeef: Giant worm eat his face off... lol! But aren't most of these bugs
sephtis: So much nope.
Matthew Kent: 1:38 it looks as if his being eaten head first by a giant horses rooster!
harry pollard: Anybody else think the worms look like giant fat penciles
Johnny Ramage: I had no idea the guy being eaten by worms was Andy Serkis..
MasterJediDude: The kid in this movie is now the lead in the "TURN" series on AMC. He's
actually quite a good actor.
Jeremy Trieu: CAN'T STOP WATCHING 1:11
Cody Guerrero: That's the most nope I've ever seen in one video.
foxxy moon: I wonder how many people who hate bugs got creeped out from this scene...
Yi Tuan: or u can get some bug spray
Swagneki D. Ken Kanekicious: 2:08 Dude, I think you are filled with insects all over you. Oh, you want
me to shoot you with a machine gun? Sure, it's not like one stray bullet
will hit you or anything.
Chris Thorton: I think they should have taken out the machine gun a lot earlier.
Kaiji: damn i hate slimy creatures.
erock676: Does this normally not have music or anything? It seems really unnerving as
is, which is a good thing.
Jonathan Jensen: When I first saw this, the little locust things cracked me up.
"ahhh!!! get it off!!!"
insect: *crawling around furiously, trying to get a snipped morsel*
ahmad dana: This scene traumatized me as a child.
Liam Brown: Wait wait.. Those were giant crickets attacking them?! The first big insect
shown was a giant ass cricket fighting them!?
BlackSh33p dE: yummy chinese ppl would eat it xD jk
diri MAMLE: i hate this video
King Kong (5/10) Movie CLIP - Giant Bugs Attack (2005) HD4.3
out of 5