Invasion Of The Bee Girls
Before penning several of the Star Trek movies, screenwriter Nicholas Meyer broke into the film business in 1973 by crafting a sexy and super-fun B-movie — Invasion of the Bee Girls, described by Roger Ebert as “the best schlock soft-core science fiction movie since maybe The Vengeance of She.”
The premise: Men keep dropping like flies around a secret government installation in Peckham, California. A federal agent played by William Smith starts poking around, trying to get to the bottom of the mystery. What he finds is shocking: A colony of alien bees, disguised as ravishing female scientists, has set up shop inside a sort of Redi-Whipp cocoon. Men who mate with these “queen bees” are in for a stinging climax.
Warning: NSFW. Join us next Friday for another Trillion ($) Movie.