The Horror of Party Beach

The Horror of Party Beach

Radioactive waste dumped off the coastline creates mutant monsters. The beasts attack slumber parties, beaches, tourists, and terrorize a waterfront community as a scientist, his daughter, her boyfriend and the local police try to find a way to stop them.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:78 minutes
  • Release:1964
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   fire,  

Sea creatures created from radioactive sludge terrorize a beach community. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Terry B (fr) wrote: The resources available for producing this film were modest but adequate, and there's nothing even remotely second-rate about the acting. A first-rate romance. Recommended.

Distant C (ag) wrote: I think this is a great movie because very single character in it is just very real and interesting and I can pinpoint who each of them are in my life. This film features great performances by all of it's actors. the atmosphere and the acting makes the story seem even more realistic and relateable than it already is. It also has a greatly exceucuted and ambiguous ending.

Jamie C (br) wrote: Not that bad but no need for it, I must admit they did play a very convincing Harry and Lloyd but apart from that nothing great about it.

Simon D (de) wrote: I don't really rate either of these one dimensional actors but the rest of the cast were alright, including the ex-sopranos. This is an amusing story, not a good film really, but does serve it's purpose of passing an hour and a half when you've nothing better to do.

Jennifer B (ca) wrote: Thomas Jane is 'JamesDeanesque.' The camera shots are well done all the way through. The first 16 minutes draws you right in and the story is alright, but just seems to peter out.

Sarah C (gb) wrote: So the concept was interesting. Surprise, surprise, the psychology major wanted to watch a movie about a guy with multiple personalities. But the agnostic wasn't so enthused.

Jillian S (ag) wrote: so beautiful and so heartbreaking.

Greg W (us) wrote: one of melodrama master douglas sirk's best efforts