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A fancy garden party turns into upper class prey when a colony of killer wasps mutates into seven foot tall predators. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Matt O'Leary ... Paul

Jessica Cook ... Julia

Lance Henriksen ... Caruthers

Clifton Collins Jr. ... Sydney

Cecilia Pillado ... Flora
Eve Slatner ... Mrs. Perch

Daniele Rizzo ... Larry
Florentine Lahme ... Gweneth

Kathleen Renish ... Mrs. Markham
Tony de Maeyer ... Doc Withney
David Masterson ... Mr. Markham
Benedikt Bothe ... Gardener 1
Tommy Kreiselmaier ... Gardener 2

Benni Diez ... Firefighter

Directed by
Benni Diez 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Adam Aresty  written by

Produced by
Christian Becker .... producer
Nate Bolotin .... executive producer
Todd Brown .... executive producer
Benjamin Munz .... producer
Oliver Nommsen .... line producer
Nick Spicer .... executive producer
Aram Tertzakian .... executive producer
Thomas Wöbke .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Antonio Gambale 
David Menke 
Cinematography by
Stephan Burchardt 
Film Editing by
Dominik Kattwinkel 
Makeup Department
Meike Gfrörer .... makeup department head
Production Management
Benedikt Bothe .... unit manager
Felix Leitermann .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tommy Kreiselmaier .... first assistant director
Art Department
Etienne Spengler .... props
Sound Department
Christian Bischoff .... re-recording mixer
Daniel Douglass .... adr mixer
Rob Embrey .... adr facility supervisor
Manu Gerber .... re-recording mixer
Tilman Hahn .... sound designer
Tilman Hahn .... supervising sound editor
Emil Klotzsch .... dialogue editor
Dominik Leube .... sound mixer
Tapio Liukkonen .... additional foley artist
Jean-Édouard Miclot .... additional sound designer
Bertin Molz .... sound mixer
Carsten Richter .... foley artist
Helene Seidl .... foley editor
Simon Steinitz .... re-recording assistant
Marcus Sujata .... foley mixer
Jascha Viehl .... additional sound editing
Alexander Weuffen .... adr: editor
Special Effects by
Josh Head .... animatronics supervisor: Designer
Inga Ross .... special effects makeup
Martin Schäper .... special effects supervisor
Marie Sommer .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
Andreas Feix .... visual effects artist
Sascha Geddert .... visual effects artist
Peter Hacker .... digital effects
Peter Koller .... visual effects artist
Denis Krez .... visual effects artist
Vincent Langer .... digital compositor
Bjoern Mantelars .... visual effects artist
Sebastian Nozon .... visual effects supervisor
Marco Sohn .... title sequence
Tom Stadlauer .... visual effects artist
Ulrik Bruchholz .... assistant stunt coordinator
Ferdinand Fischer .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Carl Evers .... first assistant camera: vfx unit
Ferdinand Fischer .... aerial drone pilot
Jan-Paul Gauly .... best boy electric
Andreas Kielb .... b camera: location
Jochen Nünning .... first assistant camera
Richard Tintelnot .... additional camera: title sequence
Music Department
Guillaume Bongiraud .... musician: cello
Doris Jaindl .... musician: vocal solo
Libby Lavella .... featured vocalist
Christiane Menke .... musician: flute
Nathaniel Méchaly .... musician: cello
Reinmar Neuner .... musician: violin
Daniel Rojas .... musician: guitar, banjo, mandolin
Augusto Stahlke .... musician: percussion
Philipp Treiber .... score mixer
Volker Werner .... musician: piano
Benjamin Wuthe .... assistant music scoring mixer
Other crew
Beren Baumgartner .... concept artist
Michael Belitz .... production coordinator
Steffen Freckmann .... production assistant
Richard Partridge .... concept artist
Conrad Schmidt .... script supervisor
Richard Tintelnot .... title designer: main title sequence & closing credits
Nina Trachte .... head of development
Max Wieseler .... set production assistant
Huma Khan .... director legal post production (uncredited)

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Peter Stormare was originally considered to play Sydney.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Singin' in the Rain (1952)See more »


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26 out of 44 people found the following review useful.
What is a wasp's favorite movie?, 19 April 2015
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

A horror movie doesn't necessarily always have to be good or surprising. Sometimes it's more than sufficient already if it lives up your hopes and/or expectations. In case of "Stung", for example, I had only set my hopes on seeing an unhinged and over-the-top giant creature-feature with plentiful of gore and a straightforward simplistic plot. Guess what! "Stung" delivers just that! And if you aren't too skeptical either, you're guaranteed to have a fun time with this German/American co-production that is (nearly) a genuine throwback to the glorious days of 70s animal-horror. There exist several bee-movies (like "The Swarm", "The Deadly Bees" or "Terror out of the Sky"), but apart from Roger Corman's "Wasp Woman" there aren't too many movies about killer wasps to my knowledge. The recipe for pure entertainment here exists of a totally bonkers plot, good old- fashioned gross-out special effects and bad but likable acting performances. The nervous and uptight Julia has just taken over her father's catering company and constantly worries that things will go wrong, in sheer contrast to her co-worker Paul, who just wants to relax, smoke weed and make out with Julia. They head out to cater the annual garden party of the eccentric Mrs. Perch and her creepy son Sydney at their secluded country estate. Mr. Perch used to make a fortune in the pharmaceutical business, but now his wife and son remember his death through annual garden parties where several prominent community members come to, like Mayor Caruthers for example. The evening quickly turns into a nightmare, as hundreds of mutated wasps intrude the party and viciously attack the guests. Since oddball Sydney experimented with chemical pesticides and fertilizers, the wasps are oversized and extremely aggressive … and they lay their eggs inside their victims' bodies, with horrendous subsequences. After an admittedly rather slow start, "Stung" is a non-stop fun and thrill- ride with too many gory highlights to list. The sight of humongous wasp-monsters bursting out of their human hosts is just terrific, especially because quite often the human leftovers – like entire heads – remain stuck on their insect armor. There's a nicely balanced mixture of traditional special effects and above-average decent computer engineered effects. The sound effects of the films are also imaginatively nasty. Apparently the sound of cracking lobster shells can be used to imitate the sound of giant fake wasps! As said, the acting performances aren't very good, but they are definitely likable. There's a nice and almost natural chemistry between Matt O'Leary and Jessica Cook, while the familiar faces Lance Henriksen and Clifton Collins Jr. are responsible for the more memorable and flamboyant supportive roles.

Oh, and the answer to the riddle in the subject line is: Stinging in the Rain

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