It’s a movie for the real life insect killer, and it’s about to be shown at the Royal Ontario Museum.
The Hollywood version is titled ‘The Killer Insect’ and is set to be presented on Monday.
The film will be on view at the museum for about seven months, and will feature a new documentary series called The Killer Insect, which is being made by filmmakers and writers from Toronto.
Director Stephen C. Miller will present the film on Monday, May 14.
The original movie, which was shot in the 1940s, was released in 1976.
The new film is being filmed at the Toronto Film Festival.
The Killer Bug was inspired by the real-life insect killer which was named after the first known instance of its species in the U.S.
Insects can cause respiratory illness, and can kill people and livestock.
Miller said the idea for the new film came from the research he and his partner, Chris Haskins, conducted on the killer bugs in Ontario, Canada, in the 1960s and 1970s.
“We wanted to show a film about the real insect killer,” Miller said.
“We found it in Ontario that had a great history of the insect killer and we thought it was interesting to have it in a museum and not just on the street.”
Miller said he and Haskens started researching the species in 2005.
The insects were found in the northeastern U.K., but were brought to the United States in the 1970s to be bred.
Miller told the Toronto Sun that he wanted to create a documentary series based on the history of these insects, but also to show people how the insects can be dangerous.
“When you see them in the field, you know they’re harmless,” Miller told the newspaper.
“They’re not dangerous in the lab.
We’re trying to show them that they can be very dangerous in a laboratory.”
The Killer Bee was originally introduced to Canada by a Chinese man, and then bred by a man named David Hao.
The insect is still used in China and Vietnam to make pesticide products, and has been blamed for many outbreaks in China, India, and the Philippines.