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Invasion of the Bee Girls

USA 1973
produced by
Sequoia Pictures
directed by Denis Sanders
starring William Smith, Anitra Ford, Victoria Vetri, Cliff Osmond, Wright King, Ben Hammer, anna Aries, Andre Philippe, Sid Kaiser, Katie Saylor, Beverly Powers, Tom Pittman, William Keller, Cliff 'Fatty'Emmich, Al Bordighi, Jack Perkins, Susan Player
written by Nicholas Meyer, Sylvia Schnebele, music by Charles Bernstein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Because several men in a small town are killed in a state of sexual arousal and it all has to do with the Brandt Research Institute that does top secret research on biological warfare, the gouvernment sends agent Neal Agar to insextigate, but at first, the only thing he and scientist doc Murgo (Wright King) can come up with to protect civilian lives is to suggest that all the small town's citizens, at least the men, stay celibate for the duration of the investigations ... much to the dismay of the citizens !

Of course, Agar himself pays little heed to his own warnings as he soon starts an affair with one of the scientists of the institute, Julie (Victoria Vetri). Doc Murgo meanwhile is killed, but not in a state of sexual arousal, but he's run over by a car ... soon it becomes clear why: Doc Murgo was gay, and obviously the killer is a man-murdering woman, a bit like a black widow, or maybe ... a bee.

As a matter of fact, the audience soon learns there is not just one killer but quite a group of women, led by scientist Susan Harris (Anitra Ford), who was teh first to be turned into a bee in Brandt research institute ... and soon she got herself company by turning other women into bees as well (you recognize them by the enormous sunglasses they are wearing to hide their completely black eyes).

When agar finally finds out the truth about Doc Harris and her stable of bees it's almost too late, because they have already kidnapped Julie and are in the process of turning her into one of them ... But of course, in the end, Agar destroys all the bee-making machines, takes care of the bee girls and takes home not-yet-infected Julie.

All's well that ends well, only the last shot shows a bee (a real one) sitting on a flower ...


The rather silly sci-fi-story of this film is of course little more than a pretense to show quite some nudity ... which in itself I would find quite hilarious. Unfortunately neither the actors nor the director nor the screenwriter seem to get the joke, & the whole movie is played straight ... which could still be hilarious. Unfortunately this film is not, mainly because despite silly story, despite nudity, it is rather dull and devoid of any real climkaxes (sexual or otherwise). Pity, it sounds so great ...


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In times of uncertainty of a possible zombie outbreak, a woman has to decide between two men - only one of them's one of the undead.


There's No Such Thing as Zombies
Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
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