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  • Actors: Gabrielle Anwar, Craig Sheffer, Rutger Hauer, Duncan Regehr, Jason Brooks
  • Directors: Jeff Hare
  • Writers: Jeff Hare, Zani Leo
  • Producers: Chevonne O'Shaughnessy, Cleneide Souza, Craig Ayers, George Shamieh, John J. Kelly
  • Format: Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: April 20, 2004
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001FVE1I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #317,354 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Killer Buzz" on IMDb

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In an airplane over the Atlantic, a container of genetically altered bees has been opened. One sting is all it takes to render a victim dead. When the plane lands in New York City, releasing the tiny killers on an unsuspecting populace could be the beginning of a wide scale tragedy. Who is behind this plot, and, more importantly, is it too late to stop it? Gabrielle Anwar, Rutger Hauer, and Craig Sheffer star in this insect-themed nail-biter.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on April 18, 2004
Format: DVD
KILLER BUZZ is a joint production between the US and Brazil, and one benefit of this is the beautiful Brazilian scenery. Opulent rain forests, jagged peaks, and lots of greenery are feasts for the eyes. What lies within, however, is a derivative, if somewhat entertaining, thriller about genetically enhanced bees. The plot revolves around the US plans to build a road into the Brazilian countryside, 100 miles long, supposedly not to interfere with the rain forest. However, with billions of dollars of oil at stake, the US is greedy enough to want to take the road 200 miles into the jungles, of course infiltrating the precious rain forest. Our heroine (the plucky Gabrielle Anwar) is a news journalist who along with her partner Raka, discover the secret....the bees are being used to wipe out the villagers and remove any blame from the government. Of course, Anwar's somewhat romantic doctor (played by Dr. Pepper and American Werewolf's David Naughton) finds out about the bees after Anwar is attacked but miraculously saved, by what he thinks are the bees. He hustles off one of the containers to New York and while on board, that's right, the bees get loose.
Also featured in the disjointed plot are Craig Sheffer, playing against type as Anwar's estranged husband; Adam Wylie, the geeky nerd from "Daybreak" who once again uses his computer knowledge to save the day; Rutger Hauer in a loopy performance as the designated hitman for the government; hunky Jason Brooks (Baywatch) as the Defense Department stud who wants to get into Anwar's pants; and Duncan Regehr as a mysterious white man who is living with the natives.
The effects of the plane and bees are second rate, but you can't help liking this movie, as it fills the need for our dislike of geneticized mutants and heroes who go beyond the norm to save the day.
Not one of the best, but it's passable.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 22, 2004
Format: DVD
I rented this when I was coming home from the dentist.I saw this on the shelf and rented it.I loved Deadly Invasion and thought this was like it and would give me a good scare.Scary,no.Similar to Deadly Invasion,no,but i really liked it.A lot of peopie die and theres lots of action.The plot is difrent than other movies like this.When a reporter is stung by the bees in a jungle,a doctor goes looking for them.He finds a huge box filled with them and takes them on a plane with him that is going to NYC.The reporter and her friend(the man who films he)find out and are trying to find a cure.Of course on the plane some luggage falls on the box and it breaks it open.The first attack is when a young man in the restroom.They came up the sink and stung him all over.Then one bee gets on a womens headphones and when she puts them it stings her.Then one gets on a pile of jelly beans a very large man is eating.He ate the one with the bee on it.The reporters husband is on the plane and he finally finds out about the killer bees.There is no cure and the people are dieing.The driver cant land because the plane is carrying a virus from the bees.Everybody on the plane has to move to first class so the bees cant get them.They block off the entrance were they cant get in.Back on land the reporter and her friend find a tribe in the jungle that has a cure.The driver turns the plane around because they were flying over the water so there heading back to the jungle.Then the bees find a way to get to the people.But before that the doctor who brought the bees gets stung by one on the neck and one of the drivers gets stung.Anyway,the bees get to the people and attack a lot of them.The reporters husband opens a door on the plane and they all get sucked out.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lizard on October 31, 2005
Format: DVD
This film must have cost a fortune to produce with pyrotechniques, dangerous stunts, lots of he-men going gung ho with fire bombs...sounds nice? It's not--many stunts, little plot, and the acting was very bad. There is this one scene this young woman is holding this fire extinguisher getting the bees saying "take that...and that...and that" it sounded and looked sooo stupid and really corny.

But I felt the majority of the acting, along with poor script with little story line, is just as bad, throughout the movie.

Lots of Rambo he-man stunts, lots of bombs and fire; but that's about it. Ironically very little bees too! When the bees did appear, to me it looked very manufactured. Here's another example of a corny script: The plane is crashing. falling..falling toward earth. the piolet says "no no no no no...pull it back pull it got it. I got it. yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah..." how thrilling...

I kid you not-I really felt ripped off because, I thought, this movie is packed full of stupid idiotic scenes that I felt very very depressed that I lost money on this lame movie, which I promptly placed where it should be--in the garbage can (really, I honestly put it in the trash so I don't have to be reminded about the money I lost). Too bad I couldn't get my money back...I thought this movie was MAJOR AWEFUL.

If you like corny rambo he-man stunts, and tough-man scenes, plenty of profanity (but to its credit no sex scenes) get the movie, but don't expect much in terms of bees and a story line; that was my honest impression.

If there was a NEGATIVE scale, that is, below "zero" I felt it would have earned that. But I do give it credit--no sex scenes.
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