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Release Date: August 04, 2000

Starring: Lauren Ambrose, Thomas Gibson, Nicholas Brendon, Kimberly Davies, Matt Keeslar, Charles Busch, Beth Broderick, & Kathleen Robertson

Genre: Comedy Spoof

Audience: Young adults

Rating: Not rated by MPAA

Runtime: 95 minutes

Distributor: Strand Releasing

Director: Robert Lee King

Executive Producer: John Hall

Producer: Ginny Biddle, Jon Gerrans, Marcus Hu, & Victor Syrmis

Writer: Charles Busch

Address Comments To:

Jon Gerrans & Marcus Hu
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Strand Releasing
1460 Fourth Street, Suite 302
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: (310) 395-5002
Fax: (310) 395-2502
Email: [email protected]

Content:

(PaPaPa, HoHoHo, PC, LLL, VV, SS, NN, A, D, MM) Pagan homosexual spoof of 1960s beach movies & modern mad slasher movies with a mild politically correct subtext; 25 obscenities, 5 profanities plus some sexual vulgarities & oddities, with references to constipation; moderate violence, with some moderately gory but phony-looking rubbery body parts, such as implied discovery of murdered female teenager by another’s screams, teenager gets stabbed in chest, killer stuffs dead teenager’s private parts in corpse’s mouth, teenager found stabbed to death, corpse’s arm & heart found on beach, woman’s decapitated head found on her wheelchair, killer threatens another person with knife, cop shoots a person, who falls to his death; implied sadomasochism, implied teenage fornication in dialogue, surfers throw a party described as an “orgy,” & references to latent homosexual desires, including potential lesbian kissing & male teenagers with homosexual desires finally kiss after wrestling in several scenes at the beach; upper male nudity, people wear underwear in a few scenes, male screenwriter plays role of female police detective, & teenage boys with latent homosexual desires take off their shirts to start dressing in fluffy nightgowns; alcohol use; smoking; and, miscellaneous immorality, such as teenage insults, hiding truth from one’s parent, mocking traditional suburban housewife by making her out to be sexually frustrated secret vamp, & adult man tries to make teenager’s erotic split personality come out so he can be sexually satisfied.

Summary:

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY is a campy spoof of 1960s beach movies and modern mad slasher movies about a psychologically troubled female teenage surfer who becomes a prime suspect in a string of murders of teenagers who are handicapped in some way. A pagan homosexual worldview permeates this badly done production.

Review:

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY is a campy spoof of 1960s beach movies and modern mad slasher movies. A female teenager named Florence, who’s mocked by the popular students at her school in Southern California, has a split personality because of a childhood trauma. Florence manages to worm her way into a group of young male teenage surfers in Malibu, because the young adult mentor of the surfers, the “Great Kanaka,” finds out that one of her personalities is a sexy, sadomasochistic dominatrix who arouses him sexually. Meanwhile, a mad killer stalks the teenagers in the movie. Florence and her sexually frustrated but traditionally-minded mother are two of the suspects. A female police detective, played by the male screenwriter in drag, tries to solve the murders.

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY may be tame compared to similar summer movies, such as ME, MYSELF & IRENE or SCARY MOVIE. A pagan homosexual worldview permeates this badly done production, however, mostly due to the latent homosexual desires of some of the characters. PSYCHO BEACH PARTY wants desperately to be another campy ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, the homosexual cult classic, but it has none of the cleverness or catchy pop tunes. Even its pro-homosexual agenda is pretty lame, though, ultimately, no less sick and degrading.

In Brief:

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY is a campy spoof of 1960s beach movies and modern slasher movies. A female teenager named Florence has a split personality because of a childhood trauma. Florence manages to worm her way into a group of young male teenage surfers in Malibu, because the young adult mentor of the surfers, the “Great Kanaka,” finds out that one of her personalities is a sexy, sadomasochistic dominatrix who turns him on sexually. Meanwhile, a mad killer stalks the teenagers in the movie. Florence and her sexually frustrated but traditionally-minded mother are two of the suspects. A female police detective, played by the male screenwriter in drag, tries to solve the murders.

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY may be tame compared to similar summer movies, such as SCARY MOVIE. A pagan homosexual worldview permeates this badly done production, however, mostly due to the latent homosexual desires of some of the characters. PSYCHO BEACH PARTY wants desperately to be another campy ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, the homosexual cult classic, but it has none of the cleverness or catchy pop tunes. Even its pro-homosexual agenda is pretty lame, though, ultimately, no less sick and degrading