Creatures from the Pink Lagoon

Synopsis: In a small town in 1967, plucky young sissy Phillip is about to celebrate his birthday at the beach cottage owned by his best friend Stan. All of Phillip's friends are gathered for the festivities, including Stan's hunky-but-impulsive boyfriend Billy, Billy's shy, nerdy cousin Joseph, and Randall, the chain-smoking, bitter queen of the bunch. Meanwhile, a horde of libidinous gay men - turned into ravenous flesh-eating zombies by toxic mosquitoes at a cruisy highway rest stop - are making their way towards our oblivious celebrants, eating every man in their path. With body parts washing up on shore and party guests disappearing, our heroes must find a way to stop the zombie onslaught. Will Stan keep the rotting corpses out of his spotless home? Will Joseph work up the courage to declare his love for Phillip? Will Billy keep it in his pants long enough to stay alive? Will Phillip's cheating boyfriend make it to the party - and if so, will he be there to save them, or to eat them? No one
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Chris Diani
Production: Ariztical Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.2
NOT RATED
Year:
2006
71 min
12 Views

God, our creator and redeemer,

confident of your eternal

victory over evil,

we entrust Sebastian

into your loving embrace.

We have entrusted our brother

Sebastian to God's mercy,

and we now commit his body

to the ground.

Earth to earth,

ashes to ashes,

dust to dust,

in sure and certain hope

ofhis resurrection.

Amen.

He was my little angel.

Itjust isn't right.

He didn't have to die.

Not like this.

For someone who was

light in his loafers,

he sure left a heavy corpse.

Honestly, Velma.

You're too much!

Well, did you hear

what he was buried in?

A kimono

and a pinkie ring!

- No!

- I rest my case.

I don't quite follow.

He was a Nancy boy.

You know, a fruitcake.

Afriend of Dorothy?

Confirmed bachelor?

Asalad spinner.

AChardonnay Charlie.

Afigure skater!

Oh!

He was a fag!

Man, that guy gives newmeaning

to the words, "dead weight."

Boy, howdy!

I thought we were

burying a block of cement.

Well, what do you say

we knock off early

and head down to

McFeeney McGee's?

I'm right behind you!

Wait a second!

Where are you goin'?

I'm goin' to McFeeney McGee's,

like wejust said!

I'm taking the short cut.

Not through the Exit 5

Rest Stop?

Yeah, what ofit?

There's something strange

goin' on down there.

Joey says

the place is haunted!

Haunted?

There ain't no such

thing as ghosts.

You knowthat.

Yeah, but...

Howdoes Joey know, anyway?

Does he hang out there?

You knowJoey ain't like that.

He stopped by there last week

to stretch his legs,

and he said...

Stretch his legs.

It all sounds

pretty queerto me.

Nowlet's go.

Ghost or no, I ain't goin'

anywhere near that place.

Joey said...

Joey said, Joey said!

Fine, you win, but if we gotta

take the long way around,

the first beer's on you.

Nowwhere're you goin'?

Through the Indian

burial ground.

Oh, I thought we might go up

by Dead Man's Lake.

Oh, yeah, that's good too.

Yeah, then we can stop off

at the beauty parlor

and pick up Joey -

ifhe's not too busy

stretching his legs.

Aw, go on!

It was 1967-

the summer oflove.

England had decriminalized

sex between men.

The Oscar Wilde Book Shop

first opened its doors

in New York City.

And Ladybird

was in the White House!

These were heady

and exciting times.

No one could have known

it was all about to come

crashing down around us.

Isn't it

a beautiful evening?

Let's pull over here

and watch the sunset, shall we?

Sure.

I gotta take a leak anyway.

I wish you could come to

my birthday party this weekend.

All my friends

are dying to meet you.

Sorry - a bunch of stuff

just came up at work.

Not gonna

be able to make it.

But Bobby!

You promised.

I wanted to show

all my friends the real you.

I'll showthem the real me.

Bobby, be serious.

Who the hell do they think I am?

Well, they said you were a lousy

two-timing cockroach

in tight slacks

and cheap cologne.

That's crap!

I pay a lot of money

for my cologne.

Please, Bobby.

It's my birthday.

Listen, cupcake, I told you.

I have to work this weekend.

But don't worry.

You'll get your present.

Being with you is more of a

present than any boy deserves!

You're the bee's knees, Bobby!

Right.

And you're the cream

in my coffee.

Listen, babe, I've gotta work

early tomorrowmorning.

Right.

Those burgers aren't gonna

flip themselves!

That's the spirit!

So you don't mind

hoofing it from here?

That's a six-mile walk.

Six miles?

You'd better get started.

It's gonna be dark soon.

Hey, watch the paintjob!

Daddy just got

this baby detailed.

Oh, sorry.

Well, I'll see you

later, then.

Not ifl see you first.

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