Terror Out of the Sky (1978)

TV Movie   |    |  Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi


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This TV sequel to "The Savage Bees" features more rampaging insects. This time a marching band and a school bus get in the path of the bees.


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  • Terror Out of the Sky (1978)
  • Tovah Feldshuh in Terror Out of the Sky (1978)
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22 January 2020 | StuOz
1978 Was A Big Year For Bee-Attack Movies!
TV movie about a bee attack in the USA.

1978 was a big year for bee attacks, we got this film and Irwin Allen's cinema released - The Swarm - all in one year! The Swarm wins hands down! If you are big on 70s TV science fiction you might find a couple of things of interest in Terror Out Of The Sky...

Firstly the director of this TV movie is actually very talented as, in 1975, he directed the two hands down best episodes of TV's Space 1999 - Breakaway and The Black Sun. However, his talents are less on display here.

Secondly, the most talkative kid on the bus is played by Ike Eisenmann who had just appeared in the short lived cult series - The Fantastic Journey (1977). I am guessing he defined his time on Terror Out Of The Sky as another fantastic journey?

TOOTS can hardly be called a classic but it might make an okay movie experience if you still want more bee attacks after watching the much bigger budget - The Swarm (1978).

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Release Date:

26 December 1978

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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