Spider-Babe was the titular fictional character in the 2003 R-rated film from Seduction Cinema. Misty Mundae, star of Witchbabe, Misty Mundae, Mummy Raider, Dr. Jekyll and Mistress Hyde, etc. starred as Patricia Parker. Written by John Fedele and Terry West, and directed by Johnny Crash, the film was a spoof of Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man hit.
Patricia was a shy and studious New Jersey high school girl who dreamed of adventure. When bitten by her science teacher Dr. Dowell's (Michael Thomas) genetically engineered spider, she got more than she could have wished for! Suddenly transformed into a wall-climbing beauty with superhuman strength and an erotic appetite to match, Patricia took the name Spider-Babe and quickly warmed to saving lives, fighting crime and pursuing the handsome boy next door. Her costume consisted of a black domino mask, jacket, shorts, shoes, and fishnet hose
Little did Spider-Babe know that a sinister arch-enemy lurked nearby. Her name was Lucinda Knox, a.k.a. The Femtilian (Julian Wells) -- a lithe and deadly evil genius with her own taste for adventure -- and she would stop at nothing in her mad quest for world domination. Lucinda was Patricia's roommate's (Lisa Knox, played by Darian Caine) sister, until she developed a split personality ala Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin.
The curvaceous editor of The Daily Bungle, J.J.J., also had it in for Spider-Babe. She employed a macho reporter and a gorgeous spy (Kelli Summers) to get the dirt on SpiderBabe.