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Smoking in a hospital bed, one that only feeds you jello and saltines.
The most important thing is that despite the attacks that most of these people stay at their nudist camp (which, I must point out, is integrated).
Granted, 50% of the movie is topless girls standing around talking about how scared they are, but is that a bad thing?
Dear Lord, not even Ed Wood could make stinkers like these two. On the bright side, you get to see all your grandmother's friends in the nude. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg Jenkins, PhD
This is my fourth or fifth Something Weird DVD. Once you get a thing for them, it's hard to stop. That being said, I don't watch these films for their aesthetic cinematic value. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Parker
Again Watch The Xtras First ----- The Movies Are Ok ----- Campy 60s Style ---- Never Seen milk Being Sold Out Of A Soda machine Before ----- The 60s Were A Differnt Time ----These... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Creature Feature Fan
Ultra cheesy, bad acting and a weak story line. Pretty much sums this double feature up. But if your like me, a lover of the old school B rate movies.... Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Michael Berger
This review is from: The Beast That Killed Women / The Monster of Camp Sunshine (Special Edition) (DVD)
Fantastic trip down memory lane. All natural women. Bee-hive hair-dos. Read more
The common denominator for this week's double-bill from Something Weird is that they both take place at nudist camps. Read morePublished on April 2, 2005 by Lawrance Bernabo
This double feature from SWV is one of my favorites. The specials on this are funny as hell and The Beast that Killed women is a great cheasy flick. Read morePublished on December 21, 2003 by B. Frawley
Of the two movies, The Beast is better than The Monster. No full frontal nudity in the movies (there is in ONE one trailer), but loaded with T&A. Read morePublished on November 23, 2002 by Pierre