The Bees 1978
Dr. Miller is the man in charge of an American led agricultural research center located in Brazil. Here he’s been experimenting with bees, trying to crossbreed the aggressive African bee with a more docile species in the hope that his efforts will make it easier to harvest honey without being attacked. But when the son of a local farmer is killed while trying to steal honey from the aggressive little buggers, the townspeople burn the place to the ground killing Miller in the process, completely unaware that their actions have just unleashed the bees that were being used in his experiments.
Swarms of the deadly insects descend upon California... Can the scientists find a way to defeat them before they mutate into something even more powerful?

BD25 + DVD9 | 1080p AVC, NTSC | 01:31:53 | 23 Gb + 5.34 Gb
Language: English
Subtitles: English
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Director: Alfredo Zacarias
Cast: John Saxon, Angel Tompkins, John Carradine, Claudio Brook
Country: Mexico

-- Interview with Alfredo Zacharias is an unexpectedly sincere look back on "The Bees" with its writer/director, who seems genuinely moved by his creation. Tracking the feature's origin and production process, Zacharias shares his thoughts on the cast and reveals how the professionals could interact with the bees without being stung. The helmer also discusses a second, Spanish-language version of the film prepared for its international release, and the picture's delay, with Warner Brothers offering distributor Roger Corman a hefty amount of money to hold "The Bees" until "The Swarm" ended its theatrical run. (12 min)
-- Theatrical Trailer

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