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Tsunambee: The Wrath Cometh

USA 2015
produced by
Denise LeMaire (executive), Charlie Aligaen (executive) for Cyclops Dome Entertainment
directed by Milko Davis
starring Stacy Pederson, Ruselis Aumeen Perry, Shale Le Page, Maria DeCoste, Thea Saccoliti, Jeff Pederson, Charlie Aligaen, Jordan Chesnut, Aaron Goodman, WonDrae Hart, Jon Kunsch, Walter Anaruk, Jerell Klaver, Kim Green, Cherith Steininger, Michelle Mras, Chris Mortenson, Dani Payne, Melanie Mahaffey, Tearra Dillion, Ramin Delsouz, Ashley Skok
written by Milko Davis, music by Alvaro Morello, Przemyslaw Kopczyk, special effects by Thomas Martwick, miniatures and creature designs by Milko Davis

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Without any concrete warning, the earth has opened and released a swarm (or swarms) of killer bees onto humankind, and humankind can do nothing but run and hide, hoping it will blow over ... which brings together an unlikely group in the middle of the desert, with nothing but their sheer will to survive and remnants of hope in common, Sheriff Feargo (Stacy Pederson), who has been transferred to the country after crime in the city has taken too much of a toll on her, cowardly redneck Jesse (Shale Le Page), black cynic JB (Ruselis Aumeen Perry), who has come to hate all things law enforcement after his brother (Jordan Chesnut) was shot by a cop, and JB's spiritual girlfriend Chica (Maria DeCoste), the only person who just about manages to keep him grounded. So an explosive mix to begin with, made even worse when their car crashes and at the farm where they seek refuge they are not exactly welcomed with open arms by the owner (Jeff Pederson) and his little daughter (Thea Saccoliti). But the chaos is pretty much perfect when Jesse messes up an attempt to escape with the only car on the premises, and JB finds out it was actually Feargo herself who shot his brother ...


So ok, title-wise one can't deny that Tsunambee is more than a little reminiscent of Sharknado - but that's pretty much where the similarities end already, Tsunambee, while also an alien disaster movie, is less self-consciously trashy in a post-modern way but actually has more of a philosophical twang to it, dealing more with religious concepts and coping in the face of the apocalypse (which it's alluded to that the killer bees might be the first sign of) than pure spectacle (though there's plenty of that as well), and it puts an emphasis on its characters and their vastly different approaches to the exactly same situation. And with a slick direction and a competent cast to carry this, Tsunambee has become a rather fine piece of genre cinema.


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