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Psycho Beach Party (23-Jan-2000)

Director: Robert Lee King

Writer: Charles Busch

From a play: Psycho Beach Party by Charles Busch

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Surfing, Beach Party, Spoof

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Amy Adams
Actor
20-Aug-1974   Junebug
Lauren Ambrose
Actor
20-Feb-1978   Six Feet Under
Nicholas Brendon
Actor
12-Apr-1971   Xander Harris on Buffy
Beth Broderick
Actor
24-Feb-1959   Aunt Zelda on Sabrina
David Chokachi
Actor
16-Jan-1968   Cody Madison on Baywatch
Nicholas D'Agosto
Actor
17-Apr-1980   Fired Up!
Thomas Gibson
Actor
3-Jul-1962   Greg on Dharma & Greg
Matt Keeslar
Actor
15-Oct-1972   Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen
Kathleen Robertson
Actor
8-Jul-1973   Clare Arnold on Beverly Hills 90210

REVIEWS

Review by Mesha (posted on 1-Sep-2005)

Psycho Beach Party is hysterical, and very camp. It is about a teenager (obviously based on Sally Field's "Gidget" and played by Lauren Ambrose) with multiple personalities and a thing for the local surf-God, played nicely by Thomas Gibson. When people end up murdered all about town, this girl becomes a suspect... but you don't REALLY know who did it till the end of the movie, which is a nice surprise nowadays. Lauren is so great in this movie and I love her to pieces. Also appearing in Psycho Beach Party are: Nicholas Brendon, Charles Busch, and Kathleen Robertson. I recommend it to all who are into camp and a good time!


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