Films: The Bees (1978)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average bees.
Summary: Harnessing bees is a fool's errand. If it sucked in real life, it's gonna suck harder in T.V. land.
History: As a part of a corporate plot, South American killer bees are smuggled into the U.S., with a special pheromone to control them into boosting agricultural profits. Naturally, it all backfires, and the bees wreak havoc.
Notable Kills: A kid makes the error of throwing things at a hive. Que one razed town area.
Final Fate: As it turns out, most of the bees have been trying to communicate with humans. Their message is basically, "Keep mucking up this world, and your species is mulch". Fair enough.
Weakness: Used to be the pheromone, but then they grew immune.
Scariness Factor: 4-Once again, bee swarms are no laughing matter. Even with their boosted intelligence, they now hold a vice grip on the Earth, for better or worse.
Trivia: -Apparently every scene had to be shot in English and Spanish in order for the dubbing to be perfect. That's some dedication, right there.
-Director Alfredo Zacarias got the idea for this film when his son gave him a jar of honey. That's just adorable.