National Lampoon Presents The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell (2006)

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A handful of America's least likely icons set out to reclaim the nation in the wake of a nuclear apocalypse in this ambitious independent satire from filmmakers Kevin Wheatley and Jonny Gillette. In the year 2075, America's major cities are wiped out by nuclear warfare, and the nation's survivors go underground to wait out the fallout. In 2097, the brave souls who are still around return to the surface to establish the New America, led by Tex Kennedy (Kevin Wheatley), the last survivor of the … More

Rating: R (for violence and language)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Kevin Wheatley
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 15, 2008
Runtime:
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Cast


as Narrator/New America...

as Tex Kennedy

as Benny Remington

as Javier Castro

as Marcellus St. Joan

as Cannibal Sue

as Yorick Schlatz

as Quincy the Robot

as Thorn Jefferson/Zach...

as Mr. Jackle

as Clark Remington

as President Laura Coff...

as Remington Biographer

as Richie
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Critic Reviews for National Lampoon Presents The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (3)

An insufferably one-note, postapocalyptic "satire" set in the aftermath of the nuclear destruction of the U.S.

October 19, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
Top Critic

Funnier on paper than in reality, this self-impressed film has the stop-and-go pace of a student driver.

Full Review… | October 16, 2007
Village Voice
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Full Review… | March 27, 2009
Variety
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Imagine the cast of "Repo Man" attempting to cast the one ring into the fires of Mordor

Full Review… | October 28, 2006
eFilmCritic.com

The loopiest thing to come down the pike in many a year. Fans of What-the-F Cinema, get thee to the theater.

Full Review… | September 12, 2006

Full Review… | November 17, 2007
Austin Chronicle

Audience Reviews for National Lampoon Presents The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell

Very strange, very non-National Lampoon black/offbeat post-apocalyptic comedy that's not really funny but not really bad either. It's sort of a companion piece to Radioactive Dreams--not that anyone remembers that movie but it has that same 80's gritty vibe going on.
The most annoying thing is the audio which sounds like it was recorded in a ventilation shaft.

thefog1331
A.D. Villarreal

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