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Killer Bees


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  • Actors: Saki Kagami, Miki Ueno
  • Directors: Norihisa Yoshimura
  • Writers: Norihisa Yoshimura, Chiho Kawabata
  • Producers: Seiichi Ono, Shigeru Ijima
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Switchblade Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: April 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003GXE9Z0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #815,476 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Get ready for a winged detour into toxic terror as a group of Japanese students on a field trip encounter a mutant strain of killer bees! Swarming and possessed of a mutant intelligence and deadly stings that cause the human body to explode from within, the bees seem to be hunting the surviving girls, picking them off one by one! But as horrifying as each venom-pulsing stab of death may be, the worst is yet to come!

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Customer Reviews

They don't appear realistic in several scenes.
P. A. Clark
I though the special effects were sub par and the acting was poor.
Michael Cooper
I didn't really like this movie because it had subtitles.
sharon brown

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Clark on July 5, 2010
Format: DVD
Killer Bees was a mediocre film, but at least it delivers on a few levels.

The film centers around a group of student campers from the Midoriyama Girl Scout Association. During the film they hike deep into the forest to go on a camping trip held every year. This particular year Yoriko's father is the chaperone on the trip. He is the only adult. Although Miwa, another student, is an expirenced camper and has been on the trip with her father in the past. The hike is long and it takes the girls two hours to reach their destination, a clearing not far from the forest edge.

During the film Yoriko lets Miwa know that she's embarrassed that her father is on the trip. Miwa sympathizes with Yoriko and tells her that she felt the same way at first when her father was the chaperone. The two girls, along with a third camper Junko, begin to connect and end up becoming the main characters in the film.

Meanwhile another camper Akiko, tells the group that she will make them a special tea from a flower that can be found close to their camp site. As Akiko picks the flower she begins to notice that a bee is buzzing around her. She retreats from the insect, but it follows her and eventually stings her on the face. Akiko makes it back to the camp but her sting begins to swell. Eventually it's clear that she needs medical attention and Yoriko's father and Akiko's sister leave the group to get her to a doctor. The seperation of the group leaves Miwa in charge.

The girls try in vain to enjoy the rest of the trip. But they are eventually attacked by they bees again. In fact it seems the bees are following them. After two of the girls and a ranger are killed by the bees, Miwa, Yoriko, and Junko try to make a run for it into the forest.
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I really like movies like this...a little cheese is good from time to time!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By pearl gates on January 3, 2014
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It was not rated very high but I gave it a chance. Good story. It's subtitled but I don't mind movies like that.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 13, 2014
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A group of girls go camping out in the wilderness, only to be stung to death -one by one- by KILLER BEES! If you, like me, thought that a movie about killer bees couldn't possibly be boring, then you're in for an unpleasant surprise! Most of the film consists of the girls sitting around in their tents, talking! And talking! Finally, after enough stinging death, the survivors decide to make a run for it, and get themselves lost. Shockingly, bees show up! The girls find shelter, but the bees are buzzing outside! So, the girls sit around talking again. WARNING: This movie contains scenes of such hackneyed CGI, that no human could possibly view it without extracting their own brain! I double-dare anyone to watch this baby sober! Japanese w/ English subtitles...
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By crosscountryman on May 22, 2014
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OMG if this isn't a stinkeroo copy of the 3rd bill on a Friday/Saturday Nite Drive In Triple Feature then I never saw one! But, unfortunately, like the Japanese replications of Amerikan Monster Films as in Godzilla, Mothra etc., etc. etc., this may become the new low standard in laughable classics of the creature features made popular in the 70's and 80's. Let us hope not, but I fear the worst since the public taste in films is on the wane!
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grrrr on June 26, 2014
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...by putting out your hard-earned shekels for this movie, which smells like something bees make, and IT AIN'T HONEY! I love a good "bee/spider/snake/any kind of dangerous thing on-the-loose" type of movie, and usually the tackier the production of the film, the more fun it is. The only deadly thing about this movie, is, how boring it is. A group of 6 cute (naturally) Japanese girls decide to go camping out in the wilderness, on a former ski slope. It's not really the wilderness, but it is at least a two hour walk from where you can leave your car. Why they chose this place, of course, fits into the utter helplessness of their eventual situation. Although one of the girls' fathers is with them to chaperone, SPOILER! SPOILER! SPOILER!, it really doesn't make any difference because....wait for it... everyone dies in this movie, except one. Between the beginning of the film, and the depressing end, we get 90+ minutes of these girls mourning and whining over the death of their friends, one-by-one. We get these stupid bees stinging the girls for no reason I could see, and half the time you don't even see the girls getting stung-just the aftermath. (swollen appendages, etc.). I believe watching a film about the drying of paint on a wall would be more exciting. Take it from me - the director managed to find a way to make a potentially scary/suspenseful/exciting "horror" film seem as boring as a PBS fund-raising telethon.
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