A new clip from Spiders 3D has been released and we have it for you to watch. We also have information on how you can attend a free screening during CES. It was recently announced that Spiders 3D would receive a limited theatrical release on February 8th, with a same day on-demand release. If you're looking to catch it early, it will be playing as part of the 3D Film Festival's road tour at CES 2013.

The event is taking place on Saturday, January 12th at the Rave Theaters in Las Vegas. This is a free screening, with a cocktail reception beforehand, and a Q&A with director Tibor Takacs and co-star Christa Campbell. If you'd like to attend, we have an invite Daily Dead readers can print out:

*Make sure to send an email to the address included on the invite to RSVP.

Here's more information on Spiders 3D, along with the new clip:

"Millennium Entertainment announced.... that they’re planning a February 8, 2013 limited release of SPIDERS 3D. The theatrical cut will be rated PG-13 with a running time of 89 minutes and SPIDERS will also be released the same day via VOD platforms nationwide in 2D.

Harkening back to the beloved creature features from the 50′s and the 60′s, SPIDERS 3D centers on mutant spiders created by pieces of material from a disabled Soviet space station that crash lands on Earth. With New York City threatened to be overrun by the gigantic killer spiders who have invaded the metropolitan subway system, it’s a race against time to stop the Queen Spider from uniting with her eggs before a deadly chain of events are triggered from the deadly reunion.

Directed by Tibor Takacs (The Gate, I, Madman), SPIDERS 3D stars Patrick Muldoon (Starship Troopers, Stigmata), Christa Campbell (Drive Angry, The Mechanic), William Hope (Aliens, Dark Shadows), Pete Lee Wilson (Blade II) Jon Mack (Saw VI) and Sydney Sweeney (The Ward).

Written by Joseph Farruggia and Tibor Takacs, SPIDERS 3D was produced by Boaz Davidson and Israel Ringel and executive produced by Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short and Lati Grobman."