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
J. Patrick McCormack ...
Dr. Schroeder
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Commandante Alvarez
Roger Nevares ...
Mayor Enrique Sanchez
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Charlie
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Guide (as Hugo Esquinca)
Omar Ayala ...
Manolo
Murphy Dunne ...
Earl
Roman Echanove
Erik Heyser
Miguel Hurtado ...
STANDING
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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One of a few CineTel Films titles not produced by either Lisa M. Hansen or Paul Hertzberg, or both. See more »

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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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A mess of a movie
27 February 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

DEADLY SWARM? DEADLY JUNK, more like, because this is the nadir of the B-movie genre; a piece of junk, filled with lame effects and worse acting, and not much else. The attacks by a swarm of killer bees are animated via cheesy CGI effects, as you'd expect, but even they are few and far between and the rest of the running time is taken up by boring dialogue scenes and cheesy emoting.

Most noticeably, DEADLY SWARM lacks the 'hook' of a name actor to hold the whole production together. These B-movies usually wheel out some old face or another, but not so here; the viewer is left rudderless as a result, drifting aimlessly in an ocean of inanity. Although a US production, this was shot in Mexico, giving it a slightly exotic look, but the production values are so poor that it's difficult to sit through from beginning to end.


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