Sting of Death - Enzian Theater

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Sting of Death

Made in Florida in the mid-1960s by exploitation legend William Grefe, STING OF DEATH follows a group of college students who travel south to Florida on spring break with their friend Karen, whose father, Dr. Richardson, is a marine biologist studying jellyfish. At the party, Karen’s friends insult and ridicule Dr. Richardson’s assistant, Egon, who is in love with Karen. Egon creates a murderous jellyfish mutant which begins a killing spree and eventually brings Karen to his secret laboratory in the swamp.

USA, 1966, 80 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by William Grefé

  • “Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello aren't in this, but if they were, they'd probably be the coeds that get murdered in the pool or who die when the hospital-bound boat sinks.”

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