After a truck accident causes their release, a small rural town is faced with a swarm of killer bees.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sheriff Lyndon Harris
Audrey Harris
Riley Muir
Cassidy Harris
Zeke Gillman
Jared Wylie (as Chris Lovick)
Farmer Norbert
G. Patrick Currie ...
Lyndon's Father (as Patrick Currie)
Lyndon Harris - aged 7
Deputy Slim
Ralph Alderman ...
Doc Kearny


Sheriff Lyndon Harris of a rural Washington town tries hard to smoothen life for his people, while shark mayor Ditwaller is out to acquire property after bank foreclosures. Lyndon also has an ex who presses for divorce and two kids, who need his help, especially son Dylan, who is easily lead astray by champion imp Jared Wylie. After noticing a Mexican truck with bee hives and several unusually aggressive bee attacks, Lyndon take doc's advice to consult entomologist Riley Muir, who concludes it's the northernmost-ever case of Latin American killer bees. Despite more bee attacks, the mayor refuses safety precautions, giving sole priority to closing a deal with a distributing company at the honey festival. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

19 November 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Abejas asesinas  »

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9 July 2004 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I don't know when I've laughed so hard at pathetic "effects". Those black blobs (bees??) flying in formation were just too funny! I was surprised to learn this was made in 2002; the effects were reminiscent of something out of a low-budget 50's or 60's movie. Unfortunately, the title Bees were the best actors in the movie. Their human costars were at their best after they were dead. The lucky ones died early in the movie; the rest had to keep screaming in terror, as they realized they were trapped in an atrociously bad movie, with no script to work with, or acting skills for that matter. Besides the swarming black blobs, there were also a few laughs in the "plot"; it was both humorous and painful to watch them try to take seriously the tired, over used, simplistic plot line. There's no need to go into detail: bees arrive in small rural town, people scream, people die... About half way through the movie, I wished I could join them! Rating: 2 out of 10. (It would have been a 1, but those bees so put their little hearts into it!)

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