B-Master Movie Sneak Peek
1000 Misspent Hours and Counting The Island The biggest unanswered question, of course, is how in the hell an active pirate colony could survive for three centuries without anybody finding out about them when they make no discernable efforts at stealth and consistently attack a vessel of one size or another about every three to four days.
And You Call Yourself A Scientist! Monster From The Ocean Floor And yes, my dear readers, we are indeed about to get our second look at our titular monster. Our first demonstrated that it was vaguely octopoid, certainly tentacled. This time, as it looms up out of the darkness, we can see that it does in fact have a single glowing red eye; or perhaps one gigantic iridescent nipple; it’s kind of hard to tell.
Braineater The Monster of Piedras Blancas The building that appears in the film is the Point Conception light, one of California’s most remote and atmospheric lighthouses. I suppose, since the title creature was described on the posters as “the fiend that stalked Lovers’ Beach”, The Monster from Point Conception might have given the impression more was going on at “Lovers’ Beach” than the film intended to show.
Cold Fusion Video Reviews Summer School I’m glad that a diverse and witty group of students is shoehorned into this summer school class, because stocking the classroom with the realistic population you’d get in a Los Angeles public school would turn this movie into Dangerous Minds (1995).
Jabootu’s Bad Movie Dimension The Horror of Party Beach Fleeing the scorn of the crowd, Tina strips to her particularly ugly bikini—black bottom and a horizontally striped top, like a French sailor—and swims out to (bum bum bum) the previously established rocky islet. I think we all now where this is going.As an ironic counterpoint (and to explain why no one will here her subsequent shrieks), we cut back to the bandstand, where the Del-Aires begin singing their international smash, “The Zombie Stomp.” This is accompanied by the film’s most elaborate teen dance sequence, albeit not a particularly well executed one. Of course, in this case they could say that they were purposely imitating the jerky movements of a zombie. I’m not sure what their excuse during all the other songs is, though.
Stomp Tokyo Up From the Depths Though Whiting suspects that his sexy young pupil became fish chow when he scoops a glassful of her blood out of the water, he is remarkably laid back about her death. It isn’t until later that we find out the reason for his lack of concern. Hint: He’s a scientist.
Teleport City Beach Party Tonight
Not really sure what was going through my mind when I puffed out my chest, slapped it in a hearty manly fashion, and proclaimed to the world that I was going to review not one, not two, but all of the Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello beach party movies from the 1960s. Maybe I was tired and delirious, Maybe the heady days of summer, with their swinging hammocks and nubile women wearing bikinis and running down white sand beaches with surf boards, with the sweet smell of honeysuckle wafting on balmy breezes as I lean back in my bamboo chair on my beachfront veranda and raise a tumbler of rum on the rocks to a passing surfer girl, who stops long enough to smile at me as she pushes a wave of sandy blonde hair from her face and motions with a subtle jerk of her head that I should join her in the water.


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