Jul 092015


The latest clip from director Benni Diez’ giant wasp creature feature, Stung, features a giant wasp on the attack. However, this bad boy is on fire!

Note the totally brilliant script writing in the clip too!

Stung, which focuses on a giant wasp, is being released by Rat Pack Film Produktion and Twitch’s XYZ Films, and is directed by German special effects wizard Benni Diez. Diez has worked on Lars Von Triers Melancholia, and has been making commercials after his first short film, Kingz.

The film has been described as “a creature feature in the old style – a slyly tongue in cheek, action driven horror comedy that calls back to the days before creature features became the sole provenance of sub-Corman knock-em-out-cheap hack jobs. Think Tremors or Slither on a more compact scale”.

Matt O’Leary (Frailty, Death Sentence), Jessica Cook, Peter Stormare and Lance Henriksen (Aliens) all star in the horror comedy.

Adam Aresty wrote the screenplay, which is “about a fancy garden party that goes wrong when a local species of wasp mutates, resulting in an attack by giant insects. It is left to two catering staff to thwart the onslaught and in the process develop a romance.”


For catering staffers Paul and Julia, Mrs. Perch’s fancy garden party at her remote country villa is nothing out of the ordinary. A mishap with toxic plant fertilizer leads to the most unwelcome of dinner guests: giant killer wasps. Director Benni Diez takes audiences on a thrilling, gory rollercoaster ride from campy to creepy, in this delightful and dreadful creature-feature.




Matt Wavish

Matt WavishA keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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