These spiders of the genus Deinopis are weavers, but the web they manufacture consists of a few threads attached to the front legs.
When prey (e.g. a moth) approaches, the spider separates the legs, extends the spiral and rushes over it to catch it.
They’re called “ogre-faced” because of the “face” of the prosoma. They hunt similarly to errant spiders, so their eyes are hypertrophied.