Infection turned out to be disappointing. Sperhauk had been trying to get people to watch it for ages. Some hospital in Japan is going down the tubes. The hospital can't even pay the few staff that remain watching the few patients left. After the staff kills a patient in a medical misunderstanding they try to cover it up. That fails. Some infected guy is delivered and he liquifies and turns into a puddle of green goo. The staff follows that infected path to puddledum. Everything is very viscus and drippy. Good goo effects, but here comes the disappointing part. It's all in the mind of one of the doctors. Or is it? This ambiguous tale suffers from that age old problem. Vague ambiguousness. I don't mind a little "What the fuck?" in stories. I don't mind a little vagury, but if you want me to like your stories, I really need to get some sort of resolution here. I think doc's crazy and it was just a psycho killer doctor movie. Seen that.
The same director did a short for a series dvd. His part was called Presentiment. Some guy steals some info from the company he works at. As he goes through his criminal activities he gets calls from his mistress. He's a weak ass type, how he got a mistress is beyond me, let alone a wife. His mistress is waiting for him at the train station. She's going to toss herself onto the tracks in front of the 7:49 if he doesn't get there before then. Oh, that's how he got her. She's a nut bag. Anyway criminal boy is stuck on the elevator with three people who turn out to be illustions. The rescuers can't see them. Turns out the trio are ghosts on a death tour and our guy is the latest for the grim reaper. He gets stomped by some steal girders. They move on. Nice to know the dead have interests.
Invasion Of The Bee Girls is a 1973 sexploitation film written by Nicolas Meyer. It's also known as Graveyard Tramps. That's three years before he wrote The Seven-Percent Solution. You could say what a difference three years makes in a writer but some of TSPS is very slow moving and dialog heavy and so is IOTBG. At least I was expecting it in TSPS. On, what you think would be, the plus side there is more nudity in Bee Girls. But sadly, some of those breasts weren't very good. It happens, don't let the hype fool ya', they ain't all pretty in Hollywood. There isn't much else going for this movie from the Drive-In Classics 50 Movie Pack. Surprisingly, it's one that might have actually played in a drive in. Some mad scientist, a lady this time, turns women into deadly Bee Girls who mate and kill. I wonder if the writers thought this up in a bar while they were drunk. Makes ya' think.