The Swarm

18
Jan/10
5

Doomsday epic DescriptionIrwin Allen opposes a stellar cast against a U.S. invasion of killer bees! Amazon. comLegendarily Carnival "event" producer Irwin Allen (The Towering Inferno) went out with a huge buzz with this jaw droppingly disaster movie Goofy. No Cliché is left unturned, as a hyperactive strain of hallucination-inducing killer bees get into their microscopic brains to derail a commuter train, destroy a nuclear power plant and the opposite. . . More>>

The Swarm

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Rating:3.5(38 reviews)

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  1. Anonymous
    7:27 pm on January 18th, 2010

    As bad movie lover I thought I found a lost classic when I bought this, but found that it is very boring. Yes, the diologue and acting are bad, but not the kind of bad I thought it was funny. Most of the film just drags and sometimes I felt like I was watching an episode of “The Love Boat”. When bees was, it was nothing special. No gore or anything unusual, just a lot of stunts people covered in real time live bees. . . yawn! If you like Irwin Allen films adhere to the Poseidon Adventure, Earthquake and The Towering Inferno. Forget about this mess is a complete waste of time. Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Anonymous
    9:26 pm on January 18th, 2010

    How can an all star cast take part in the movie so bad??? What Slop? Henry Fonda is terrible! Caine is horrible! Buy this movie for laughs! Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous
    10:47 pm on January 18th, 2010

    It seems incredible that a good actor like Michael Caine always agreed to star in this movie terrible. The army is shown to be full of idiots, as shown here for a popmpous Bradford Dillman and a stick in the mud in general played by Richard Widmark. None of the militray against trafficking in works of bees, but since when is that not a surprise. Must rank as one of the top 100 worst films ever made in the 20th century. Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Midge
    10:48 pm on January 18th, 2010

    When you watch a movie with your sweetie on a summer afternoon, when the world was young, you tend to remember through rose-colored glasses. When you see that 25 years later in this new era of fear, reality bites. This is a bad movie. I mean really bad. This makes the Poseidon Adventure and Towering Inferno seem masterpieces. At least, had a kitschy charm. This has none. This DVD has NO comments from Michael Caine. Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Fruit Loop
    12:56 am on January 19th, 2010

    Michael Caine said he made this film because I wanted to buy a house and needed the money, and although viewers hate the movie, he is sure would have loved the house. Well, Michael. . . . It’s a classic because it’s awful. Buzz your way through this terrible bumblefest murderer of bees and have fun mocking him! Rating: 5 / 5

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