A cargo truck crashes outside a small town in Mexico. The first officer is found stung to death. A scientist finds out that a deadly swarm of wasps(bees?) has made a hive nearby and tries ... See full summary »

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Daniel Lang
Kaarina Aufranc ...
Sandra
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Dr. Schroeder
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Commandante Alvarez
Roger Nevares ...
Mayor Enrique Sanchez
Freddy Soto ...
Charlie
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Omar Ayala ...
Manolo
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Earl
Roman Echanove
Erik Heyser
Miguel Hurtado ...
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Honorato Magaloni
Pedro Mira
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A cargo truck crashes outside a small town in Mexico. The first officer is found stung to death. A scientist finds out that a deadly swarm of wasps(bees?) has made a hive nearby and tries to warn the town. But the mayor refuses to cancel the upcoming festival. Meanwhile, a military outfit appears and takes great interest in the attacks. But are their concerns for the people or for the insects themselves? Written by Anonymous

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20 September 2003 (USA)  »

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On the initial scene were the Daniel Lang character is introduced, he is seen flying a paraglider but in the close-up shot, Shane Brolly is clearly hanging using a parachute harness, but after the double lands the paraglider the actor is now seen using a correct paragliding harness. See more »

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Sandra: [to bees] welcome to the food chain!
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Buzz of Death
26 May 2010 | by (the Doomed Megalopolis of Blasphemous Technoids) – See all my reviews

Another case of black CGI killer dots swarming around and killing people. As far as CGI effects go in these new millennium killer bee/wasp/housefly flicks, there's only one that got it right and that's "Swarmed" (the one with Tim Thomerson). "Deadly Swarm" is a bit on par with "Flying Virus" (the one with Rutger Hauer), only it doesn't go over the top as much. "Deadly Swarm" features a funny line when the local sheriff says "They look like @#$&%# flying piranhas!". The scene were they blew up the morgue (especially how they do it) got me laughing. And the ending is waaaay too convenient. But still, if you switch off your brain, you just might have some fun with it. But probably not enough.


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