Burned out singing sensation, Vicki Robbins, is packed off to a remote island to get some rest. Little does she know that one of the two local apiarists is working on Attack Bees!
Generally awful B-movie hampered by lethargic pacing and a plot twist that a three year old would tumble. Cast tries hard and the bees are squirm inducing - if you are phobic that way.
Critter impersonator, Percy Edwards, did all the dog barks and yelps as he has done for countless movies.
Not quite awful; it’s perfectly competent technically and the performances are fine (especially the always welcome Katy Wild), but it is dull and predictable. That plot twist could be predicted by Amazon tribesmen who have never heard of the concept of cinema. One would expect a less daft script from Robert Bloch. Still, deserves better than the 3.7 it holds on IMDb (the ‘Mystery Science Theater’ factor, wherein all the witless cretins downvote a film because they saw puppets laughing at it). Just a typical unmemorable 1960s British horror film. And yes, Percy Edwards did do all the dog and animal noise; unfortunately his dog sounds like a guy going "woof woof" in an English accent.