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Psycho Beach PartyThe 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.
Actors of "Psycho Beach Party"
Characters of "Psycho Beach Party"
Directors of "Psycho Beach Party"Robert Lee King
Creators of "Psycho Beach Party"Charles BuschBirthdate: 23 August 1954, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Psycho Beach Party"Kevin Thomas Los Angeles TimesFebruary 14, 2001
It's too much filmed theater to come alive fully on the screen.Dennis Lim Village VoiceJanuary 01, 2000
Awkward combination of garish set decoration and muffled humor.Ernest Hardy Film.comJanuary 01, 2000
Saddled with both a script and direction that never comes near the wit or cleverness in Busch's own performance.Bob Graham San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 01, 2000
Good belly laughs amid lower-key giddiness.Stephen Holden New York TimesJanuary 01, 2000
It definitively skewers the false innocence of American pop culture on the eve of the countercultural deluge.Tim Brayton Antagony & EcstasyAugust 14, 2014
Immaculate execution in every detail of one poor conception after another... uninspired, arrogant, and lazy.Cole Smithey ColeSmithey.comNovember 16, 2007
Cool original camp. This is a fun little movie.Gregory Weinkauf New TimesFebruary 04, 2004
It's Back to the Beach writ saucy.David Nusair Reel Film ReviewsAugust 01, 2003
It's all enjoyable enough, but it's played so broadly that it loses whatever impact it might have had.Gerry Shamray Your Movies (cleveland.com)January 25, 2003
Sharp satire. Great fun.Brent Simon Entertainment TodayNovember 18, 2002
If this wearying exercise in camp, rib-nudging double entendres, rhyming gollyspeak and groovy-daddio! set design wrapped around a wan murder mystery sounds like an Annette Funicello movie gone to hell, it at least succeeds on one level.
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