Following Craig's release from prison, ex business partner Mike, and his girlfriend Julia, throw him a welcome home freedom party at his new farmhouse, where he is reunited with his old ... See full summary »
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BEE STING is a horror-comedy based on the graphic novel by Matthew D. Smith and Jeremy Massie. Four teens spending the summer as camp counselors are thrust into danger with a bunch of Redneck Cannibals all because of a bee sting.
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I normally hate horror films, but this eerie and very funny film was really fun to watch. Really good acting, great lines and psychedelic imagery made this a real throwback to 70's films that I grew up with. Vin Crease is a very talented director and has a great screen presence. I really loved the pathetic Sabbath Jones and Westy Westerman -- a great love/hate character.
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