Tsunambee: Apocalyptic Buzz
The latest nature/weather mash-up in the cash-in spirit of Sharknado, Lavalantula, etc., Tsunambee (groan) finds a giant swarms or “tsunamis” of wasps portending the end of the world. Throw in the always predictable failing human condition and you have a recipe for low-grade horror.
Thus: “As the world ends, a wrath is released that torments man for days. Symbolic in scripture of locusts plaguing man, huge swarms of wasps attack a small rural town at the beginning of a series of apocalyptic events.”
“A local sheriff is the only hope of order left, but options are limited as the groups become tangled trying to escape an attack of biblical proportions. They must now work together to survive as the end of time ensues by setting aside their differences, or die the death of ages.”
Love that – “die the death of ages.” Sounds like something you might find on the bathroom wall in a church. If I knew I wasn’t going to burst into flames the minute I walk into a church, I’d go to one right now and start portending on the walls with my apocalyptic laundry marker.