Spoof of 1960s Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films. Florence Forrest, a not-so-innocent girl in 1960s Malibu, becomes "Chicklet", the first girl surfer at ... See full summary »
Robert Lee King
A talented young photographer, who enjoys snapping photos of his satirical, perverted Baltimore neighborhood and his wacky family, gets dragged into a world of pretentious artists from New York City and finds newfound fame.
A middle-aged woman, traumatized from the death of her adulterous lover, moves into a room at a New Orleans boarding house where the blind landlord becomes suspicious to her activities of continuing her affair with her dead lover.
Retired singing star, Angela Arden, heads a dysfunctional family. Her husband, filmmaker Sol Sussman, hates her and has a kissy relationship with his nubile daughter, Edith. Angela carries on an affair with Tony Parker, a lounge lizard, who sleeps with both Edith and her brother, Lance, but not before Angela plots to murder Sol when he cuts off her allowance. Bootsie Carp, the family maid loyal to Sol, is on to Angela, but the diva works quickly and poisons Sol. Edith suspects foul play and wants Lance's help in proving mom's guilt. Lance, who loves his mother deeply, is conflicted. Will Edith succeed? Does love lurk somewhere? And what about Angela's long dead sister, Barbara?Written by
In the flashback scene where Angela signs with RCA records, she is flanked by two RCA executives. These executives were played by two of the film's producers, Anthony Edwards (on the right in the glasses) and Dante Di Loreto (on the left.) See more »
Movie is set in 1967 but Angela sings the Blood, Sweat & Tears hit "Spinning Wheel" which was not released until 1969. See more »
[Inserting, with apparent difficulty, a large suppository in Sol]
You're very tight. You must do your utmost to relax.
Relax? How can I relax with a nuclear warhead up my rectum?
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After the credits, there is silent black and white footage of Angela christening a ship. See more »
Saw this one by accident and am I glad I did. My first reaction was "Is this bad or what?" but then I got into it and realized what was going on. The script is really well put together and the development is truly professional as is most of the production. Sprinkled with tons of winks and titters to lots of B'way shows and Hollywood movies, it entertains from start to finish with some really good bad performances from everyone. It turns into real fun trying to identify all the references... There are true professionals behind the spoofy front and some great talent both in front of and behind the camera. Congrats to the production and staff. This should only turn into a cult thing.
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