A group of student film makers are creating "Project Marble Hornets" when the production is interrupted by a series of paranormal events in this tense and shocking horror.
An American commando who's the sole survivor of a parachute jump into WWII-era Italy leads a group of children in a campaign of sabotage against the Nazis.
As the "Murder Hornet" makes national headlines, a small town crew of beekeepers and scientists band together to protect their quiet Washington community from the dangerous invasive species.
Set in Charlotte, N.C., the story opens with everyone desperate to solve the latest crisis: a serial killer is specializing in out-of-town businessmen. Hammer and West make the murder investigation their top priority. But West is less than pleased when Hammer pairs her up with Brazil, a cub reporter assigned to cover the police department.
Armed only with their cameras, Peabody and Emmy Award-winning conflict Journalist Mike Boettcher, and his son, Carlos, provide unprecedented access into the longest war in U.S. history.
Summer is coming...and with it a deadly invasion. There's a killer on the loose, a deadly winged beast whose toxic venom melts human flesh. But it's not a dragon...it's a Japanese Killer Hornet. These supervised Samurais of the wasp world are the size of a human thumb and they are packed with a cytotoxic venom that causes anaphylactic shock - and death.Their stinger is a quarter the size of their body and packs a punch like a Black Mamba.
Killer murder hornets attack America.
A small but highly efficient killing machine - a hornet two inches long and with a wingspan up to three inches - lurks in the mountains of Japan. The voracious predator has a quarter-inch stinger that pumps out a dose of venom with an enzyme so strong it can dissolve human tissue. Just one of these hornets can kill 40 European honeybees a minute; a handful of the creatures can slaughter 30,000 European honeybees within hours, leaving a trail of severed insect heads and limbs. Someone who is stung by the hornet and doesn't receive proper treatment soon thereafter can die from the venom, which is powerful enough to disintegrate human flesh. About 40 people die each year after being stung by giant hornets, mainly as a result of an allergic reaction to the venom.
Before getting nabbed by the cops, a jewel thief hides a small fortune in stolen goods aboard an empty barge. But when he later returns to claim his loot, he runs into heaps of trouble with the boat's beautiful tenants and a pair of nosy old ladies. Directed by Charles Saunders, this amusing comedy finds the cunning criminal up against far stronger and more resilient adversaries than he ever anticipated. [Netflix]
The diseased Dinosaur battles to the death with the Murder Hornets during a zombie outbreak that is hit by several "firenados" containing flaming spiders.
The dramatic life of a colony of Japanese yellow hornets begins in spring as a lone queen builds a small nest. Within weeks, it grows into a fortress bigger than a beer barrel. Spectacular macro footage shows thousands of workers constantly enlarging the nest, hunting for insects in the nearby fields, and defending their fortress against attacks by giant hornets.
Kicking the Hornet's Nest is a startling investigative look at a popular gynecologic device used to perform hysterectomies that has been inadvertently spreading cancer in patients for decades. The film follows two married Harvard-affiliated whistle-blowers as they mount a harrowing campaign against the medical establishment to expose the controversial practice and prevent future needless deaths.
Rose is a model and photographer who lures desperate women to their doom with the promise of money, a stable lifestyle, and sometimes even sexual gratification. Finley is a "down on her luck" drifter who falls under Rose's spell, and is subjected to a series of painful and humiliating ordeals.
After taking a bullet to the head, Salander is under close supervision in a hospital and is set to face trial for attempted murder on her eventual release. With the help of journalist Mikael Blomkvist and his researchers at Millennium magazine, Salander must prove her innocence. In doing this she plays against powerful enemies and her own past.
This is the story of Rose and Freya. Rose is a photographer who specializes in bondage, degradation, dehumanization, and murder. She lures unsuspecting men and women into her grasps and breaks them down until there is nothing left. Freya is her latest victim. A very naive small-town girl.