Action / Comedy / Horror

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IMDb Rating 5.1 10 3934


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Lance Henriksen as Caruthers
Matt O'Leary as Paul
Jessica Cook as Julia
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Gafri Ariansyah (seckinlergafri) 1 / 10

Dumb horror comedy movie ever made...

Stung (2015) comedy horror movie from the United States .. The giant wasps attacked a party in a park and killed many people. Stung is not funny, weird, and stiff, cheap dialogue dialogue, very stupid character character, kissing in inappropriate situations .. Ohhh please do not make a movie like this ... Silly CGI, do not waste your time to watch a cheap horror movie this..

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 6 / 10

A return to the old school creature features...

When I found "Stung", I must admit that I was instantly compelled to pick up the movie and read the synopsis. And I needed little more to convince me to sit down and watch it. I do like horror movies, and creature features are usually quite fun to watch. But while killer insects have been done over and over, it still does have some appeal to me.

The visual and special effects in "Stung" were actually surprisingly good, and they really added a lot of enjoyment to the movie. It is always nice to see practical effects in a movie, and not just have an all out CGI showcase. Sure, there were CGI present here too, but it was a nice mix of practical and CGI effects.

However, I must admit that I didn't really understand the idea of huge wasps bursting out of stung people mere moments after having been stung. Sure, it was fun and entertaining for the movie as a whole, but it made very, very little sense.

"Stung" has a pretty good ensemble of cast, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that Lance Henriksen was in this movie; I didn't know that prior to sitting down to watch the movie. It is unnecessary to point out that Lance Henriksen is always entertaining to watch in the movies that he is in. Matt O'Leary was actually carrying the movie quite nicely together with Jessica Cook. It was also a nice treat to have Clifton Collins Jr. in the movie, especially in a role such as he was portraying. I haven't seen him in a movie for quite some time.

The design of the wasps was actually quite good, and it looked rather convincing and realistic, so the props and special effects team really managed to pull off something nice with this movie.

Writer Adam Aresty came up with an enjoyable story for sure, while director Benni Diez did a great job of putting the story to life on the screen and managed to capture the spirit and essence of old school horror movies with "Stung".

There is a good atmosphere and feel to the movie, and it sets a very adequate mood for the type of movie that "Stung" is. And if you are familiar with the older "Mimic" movies and enjoyed those, then you will most definitely also like "Stung".

I was laughing so hard when they put in a Wilhelm scream when there was a big explosion which engulfed the queen wasp. I didn't know that wasps were capable of performing a Wilhelm scream, but I was proved wrong. That was just hilarious.

I must admit that I had initially just thought this would be another campy and cheesy creature feature with questionable CGI. But I was proved wrong, so very, very wrong. And I really enjoyed "Stung" and can warmly recommend that you take the time to watch it if you enjoy a good horror creature feature in the spirit of the old school horror movies.

Predictable ending to the movie? You betcha... But all in all an enjoyable creature feature. I am rating it 6 out of 10 stars.

Reviewed by stephenabell 4 / 10

This Film Needs An Autopsy!

Giant wasps attacking a garden party; it's a simple premise with a simple story, so what could go wrong...


But first, let's address the good issues about the movie. The wasps are well thought-out and generated and they are also one of the better creations of the writer Adam Aresty who has them able to multiply by injecting something into their victims. This has the effect of creating ultra large wasps from their hosts. A tad unbelievable but this is a monster movie horror film. I even liked the fact that Aresty didn't even try to explain the event with scientific twaddle.

The other good thing about the film is actor Daniele Rizzo who plays the musical entertainment, Larry. He gets so into his character that he appears to be the only one their intent on earning his wage. Even veteran Lance Henriksen comes across as being lost and confused for most of the movie.

Now for the bad parts of the movie...

This is listed as a comedy though there's less humour, even dark, here than there are in none comedy flicks, Only one joke managed to flicker a smile on my face.

The acting; for most of the film the actors, with the exception of Rizzo, look bored and this hinders their performance and portrayal of the characters, which come across as two-dimensional. This would be a bad thing in just one actor but in ninety percent it had me feeling the same way.

The direction; Though Benni Diez does try to build some dark and ominous atmosphere, he fails at adding excitement, which is needed when the wasps' attack. He's also not so good at filming comedy scenes; the beginning of the film is so badly filmed it comes across as monotonous rather than humorous and I wanted to turn off then and there. But being a monster movie fan I had to wait for the monsters to turn up at least, didn't I(?)

What this film requires is a shot of life and energy. If it's on telly when there appears to be nothing worth watching (like reality TV) then you could give it a try.

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