Psycho Beach Party

Psycho Beach Party

Spoof of 1960's Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films. A not-so-innocent girl in 1960's Malibu becomes the first girl surfer at Malibu Beach, only she suffers from dissociative identity disorder and occasionally her alter ego, a sexually aggressive, foul-speaking girl, comes out. During her "episodes" several beach goers are found murdered.

The movie focuses on Chicklet Forrest, a sixteen-year old tomboy with a split personality who's desperate to be part of the in-crowd of Malibu beach surfers. And when a few severed body parts are found, she becomes the suspect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Psycho Beach Party torrent reviews

Luc L (ru) wrote: Realistic and minute which is overlong and unthrilling. The film makers of this film should watch Captain Phillips and takes notes on how to make an entertaining film.

eleni g (mx) wrote: tee hee love this movie, its hilarious. it lost 1/2 a star because the ending didn't make sense. but overall a good movie:P

Dann W (it) wrote: While it's fun to watch Adrian Paul return as the titular hero, the awful script and sub-par acting make this film difficult to watch.

Matt W (us) wrote: Really funny character portraits of elitist self entitled America...great early performance by Colin Hanks

Steven C (es) wrote: Here is a very personal documentary about the classic all-girl 70s rock band, The Runaways. It was made by them for the fans. It takes you through the bands history, from creation to demise. It's all told from their point of views so it can be a bit bias but it does a good job of exposing the exploitation and greed that ran rampant and unpunished during that time period of music. If you are a fan of the band, this is an absolute must see. It's emotional and personal and best of all, unrestrained, just like The Runaways themselves.

John S (nl) wrote: When I first saw this I really like this, but then again, I was a 12 year old boy and Milla Jovovich was hot. Now that I am older I can see it for what it truly is... ridiculous.

Tony B (ru) wrote: Compelling and culturally significant film of it's time that was well acted and directed.

Carolina H (ru) wrote: really want to see it.

Michael M (mx) wrote: One of my favorite stand-up shows of all time at the absolute height of his powers. I use lines from this show almost daily. On Netflix if you haven't seen it recently.

Bodeng J (de) wrote: This is my most loved movie ever. My number one movie list. So provoking and i loved to watch it over and over again.

Michael L (it) wrote: This interesting train wreck of a movie captures a time through a different time, each equally fucked up. CIAO! MANHATTAN more than anything, through all of its nonsense, captures the sad and miserable life of Edie Sedgwick who appeared to have it all when she in fact had nothing. She participates in her own exploitation and destruction all for the camera. CIAO! MANHATTAN cannot be deemed a good film, it's so totally inept, but it is an extraordinary work that captures the inner workings of a very sad life that was not destroyed by fame but by family and "friends."

Simon D (au) wrote: I cannot imagine what goes on inside John Waters head If this is the sort of stuff he sees fit to unleash on the cinema going public. This is distgusting, depraved, and pointless. It contains the worst animal cruelty that I have ever seen on film and quite possibly, the worst acting. Anyone connected with making such a film should be embarrassed and ashamed.

Alec B (it) wrote: Its a pretentious mess. Huston's stylistic choices force the obvious metaphor down the audience's throats while simultaneous confusing them with useless character details (the camera movements in the final scene make the ending unintentionally hilarious). Taylor is bearable, but Brando is awful. His accent is incoherent and his character choices are bizarre at best. Its remarkably terrible, given the talent involved.

Kim P (it) wrote: This movie was amazing. Solid acting all the way around, especially Susan Hayward and the tragically under remembered Richard Conte (watch his films!!). I also enjoyed seeing a young young young Effrim Zimbalist Jr as Conte's weaker brother. Each character showed tremendous depth. I loved the interplay between the brothers leading up to the surprising and nail-bitting climax.

Brandon C (ru) wrote: John Dahl may be one of the most underrated directors in Hollywood. It would be nice to see what he could do with a real budget.

Taha S (nl) wrote: Didn't understand the casting of LaBeouf neither did the stupid Plot Twist. Lazy.

Louise D (nl) wrote: Excellent - 5 stars!