Director Tobe Hooper's unmade take on Spider-Man went full-on body horror and would have been a monster movie instead of a superhero flick.
This take on Spider-Man was set up by b-movie icons Cannon, who were responsible for the likes of American Ninja, Invasion U.S.A.
and Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo. Cannon aimed to branch out and produce bigger budget fare, but their famous tendency to slash budgets ended up hurting the likes of Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, which was saddled with poor special effects.
The late, great Tobe Hooper is best remembered for his savage masterpiece Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which was inspired by a true story.Read more on screenrant.com