The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell
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**One Caution: Please don't allow any age children to watch this film, then write a review slamming everyone in it as demonic.
IF your kids watch it, even though you were warned out of kindness to and for YOU, the responsibility is yours, not flyx's. NOT
Producers, film crew, actors- NO! It rests squarely upon your parental shoulders. **
This is similar to the old "Airplane" films, just not for smalls. (kids).
It's really, truly, just for fun. You weren't doing anything, anyway. :)
20 years after American is destroyed by bombs, people emerge from their shelters. While they were in their shelters they listened to the radio broadcast of one man who proclaimed himself king and his nephew (who is blind) to be his heir. A man named Tex Kennedy (Kevin Wheatley) along with 2 androids (Paul Whitty, Chandler Parker) with no real special effects seek out the nephew, Benjamin (Bill English) to fulfill the prophecy.
Meanwhile the lunatic son of the broadcaster with his small band of idiots seek Benjamin to kill him. Along their travels, Tex encounters "Cannibal Sue" whose Christian name is Cannibal Susan (Jamie Bullock) who they take with them, in a cage. The characters all come together at a beach party in Pensacola run by Satan, hence the title of the film.
There is blood, killing, language, and very brief nudity. New characters are introduced into the movie as it moves along by use of either flashbacks or a futuristic story teller (Richard Riehle) imitating Masterpiece Theater. At times I thought it was going to be a parody of Hamlet, then a satire of the 1960's, then simply a bad movie. It is not laugh out loud funny, but may make you smile.
I would recommend seeing "A Boy and His Dog" before watching this movie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an offbeat, quirky and very funny movie. Don't let the title and National Lampoon fool you..Published 9 months ago by Osmer Batcheller
Another stinkeroo from what used to be a comiedic enterprise that isn't funny anymore! This movie is plain turrible, turrible, turrible as Charles Barkley sez!Published 12 months ago by crosscountryman
A very por made film which was not interesting or funny totally a no to low budget waste of filmPublished 14 months ago by Cosmic Joe
Has to be one of the worst movies I ever watched. Just kept watching to see how bad it got , kind of watching a car wreckPublished 16 months ago by Flyers BDC