Monster Beach Party A Go-Go (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes

Monster Beach Party A Go-Go (2006)





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Their tour bus broken down in the Florida Everglades, an all-girl garage band is confronted with the legend of the dreaded Skunk Ape in director Jay Wade Edwards' kitschy throwback to the AIP shockers of yesteryear. The year is 1966: The Violas are on tour and driving through Florida when their van suddenly grinds to a halt in a small southern beach town. There, the local authorities are investigating the disappearance of two parents whose daughter was recently found wandering a local beach alone in a state of shock. A strange pile of pungent debris has also washed ashore, leading some locals to suspect that the Skunk Ape may somehow be involved in the incident. Now, with every step closer they come to solving the mystery, the local police begin to realize that local urban legends about a formidable beast that lives on the woods may not be so far-fetched after all.
Comedy , Horror
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An occasionally cute spoof of 60's monster movies, though it never achieves any real laughs, more of the smile here and there. The little girl group playing rock& roll is catchy enough, but in the end there's not going to be a lot going on here for those who aren't a big fan of the stuff being homaged/parodied, so caveat emptor. Rental.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

A.KA. "Stomp! Shout! Scream!". Probably best seen at a drive-in theater, this loving homage is groovy enough in its own way, but has no transcendant value.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

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