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

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Sheriff Lyndon Harris
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Audrey Harris
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Riley Muir
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Cassidy Harris
Doug Abrahams ...
Ditwaller
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Zeke Gillman
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Jared Wylie (as Chris Lovick)
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Farmer Norbert
G. Patrick Currie ...
Lyndon's Father (as Patrick Currie)
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Lyndon Harris - aged 7
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Sissy
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Nadine
Ralph Alderman ...
Doc Kearny
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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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19 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Abejas asesinas  »

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Hilariously awful
25 November 2004 | by (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England) – See all my reviews

According to this hilariously awful disaster movie, a swarm of African killer bees looks like a bunch of chocolates doing a Mexican wave. At least, that's what Sheriff Lyndon Harris finds when he spots a truck full of the insects crash. He must try to warn the people of his town before a Honey Festival (a really lame excuse to attract the bees) takes place.

Even the '70s thriller 'The Swarm' had better special effects than this, probably because the makers didn't automatically switch to a digital solution every time a stunt was involved.

All in all, the acting is terrible, the plot is awful and the best special effect in the whole movie is the farmer's decomposing body after he swallows a bee in his beer.


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