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Yellowjackets swarm in new movie

Yellowjacket_12 From a purely selfish standpoint, I wish this movie on the Sci-Fi Channel were being aired during the summer instead of in January.

Why? It could motivate viewers to buy our RESCUE! Yellowjacket Traps.

"Swarmed" is a made-for-TV film about yellowjackets attacking a small town. These wasps have been sprayed with a super-pesticide that mutates them into larger, more aggressive insects.

If only the townspeople had used our traps, instead of the pesticides!

More info about the movie and its stars can be found here and here. One article mentions that with live wasps on set, they used a wasp wrangler to handle them. They could have called us -- that job is something we've had to do many times when filming our TV spots.

"Swarmed" airs this Saturday, January 28 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on the Sci-Fi Channel.

January 26, 2006 in Television | Permalink


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