Psycho Beach Party

Synopsis: Spoof of 1960's Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films stars Lauren Ambrose as Florence Forrest, a not-so-innocent girl in 1960's Malibu who becomes "Chicklet" the first girl surfer at Malibu Beach, only Florence suffers from dissociative identity disorder and occasionally her alter ego Ann Bowman, a sexually aggressive, foul-speaking girl, comes out in which during that time several beach goers are found murdered. The suspects include Chicklet herself, surfer Kanaka, B-horror film actress Bettina Barnes, exchange student Lars, and even Chicklet's own mother.
Director(s): Robert Lee King
Production: Strand Releasing
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

Eddie, man, what do I can

do for you?

I come to talk to Diane.

She does not want to talk to you.

Please do not make trouble.

Hello, I came to tell you ...

You're the woman m? s wonderful

I've met.

Nobody is as gentle as t ?.

With you, I feel ...

... I feel fine.

? But if you're beautiful!

? Why do you hide

behind this?

? D? Jame see you!

Please go back and not m? S.

? B? Same!

? For the love of God, go!

Not without getting my kiss.

Please, do not look well.

? No!

? Eddie!

? No!

You are missing

the pel? cula.

Quiet, I'm not

missing anything.

Nobody understands, Bettina.

Your character is a cr? Tica


the socio-pol? tica structure

of stardom.

? You conclude that from

a three-headed waitress?

? I think you're the? Nica

Watching pel? cula!

? These guys have a

one thing in mind!

You want a sausage?

Hi, Lars!

Hello. I love the smells of Am? Rica.

Hot dogs, popcorn ...

Exhaust gases.

Lars, you're in Sweden, the

sex capital of the world.

Can you tell me there

wrong with me?

There is nothing wrong with you.

Now all my friends

mad with the boys.

They are hairy, smelly

and they cry all the time.

The go crazy.

You're a perfect

American girl.

Soon you develop? S

and also? n the crazy? s.

My friend is? waiting

this sausage.


? Where are you going?

I'll find someone

who wants love.

I do not want a girl who passes

Christmas with her mom.

Hello, Rhonda!

Hello, Florence.

? Do you have an appointment?

I am with Berdine.

Do not you think it's criminal to come to

autocine no intention of making out?

It's a funny way

of seeing things.

Is it true that traveling to Europe

this summer?

No, a student received

Swedish exchange.

Oi to travel? S to


? Where do you get that from?

Oi to travel? As

to operate on you ...

? Surgery?

If, to cut your penis

woman become.

Than cruel ...


Headlamp hear? N,

? Who's that?

? Do you know him?


It's called Starcat,

dej? Northwestern.

Go to Malibu with

a group of surfers.

A failed completely.

Sergeant, this young

suffered? a nuclear accident.

Their c? Cells undergo

mutation? constant n.

Culminating in a

great frustration sexually.

? What I offer?

Well let's see.

I have a friend ...

God, no s? ...

This is not a good idea.

? And what? I can do

for you, wrist?

? Who should I f*** to buy

a hot-dog in this dump?

? Perd? N?

You heard me, you bastard.

I do not pay you to talk,

So shut up and bring it.

? It was horrible, all that blood!

Like in a novel


? Porqu? took you so long

at the newsstand?

I was full ...

... And that was catered

an idiot, a slob.

Captain Monica Stark,

Police L.A.

Detective Molaski.

Let me guess ...

Florence. Berdine.

- Well, that's good.

- It's my job.

? They were at the drive last night?

Yes. Berdine discovered?

the corpse see.

Quero know in detail

what they heard or saw.

It is dif? cult because he was

concentrated in the movie.

? And you, Florence?

I was shopping

at the kiosk.

Did you see something different,

something extra? o?

Frankly, the whole night was

average, nothing interesting.

Hello girls!

Hi mom.

Come Florence, I need you

you help make beets.

Well, it was time.

I must go.

-? Bye!

- Still not finished.

? I know that is?

going on here ??

There was a murder in

drive-in last night.

A white woman, of 17 years,

Ahab? in the morgue.

? A murder? Not me

I never told.

I did not want to worry.

? That was hacendo to that

from 9 p.m. Mrs. Forrest?

What Every Woman Needs

do at that time.



Florence, I have some

questions ...

I do not believe it ...

We have many beets

to take.

And Florence should practice

the oboe for her concert.

Ms. Forrest ...

Florence, my dear, the car.

Not so fast,? Or

send? the c lockup!

? Show order

arrest, idiot!

Detective, do not leave? that

cop questioned my daughter.

As s? we are not

in the Uni? n Sovi? tica.

Good afternoon, Mrs. Forrest.


Lars. Where you going with that bag?

? To rob a bank?

- It Is my laundry.

- Lars D pulls me.

It is women's work.

I do not want to abuse.

No way,

It is a pleasure.

No wash clothes man ...

since he passed away?

Mr. Forrest.

Duty? Thinking about


Oh Lars, perish the thought!

Lost two husbands in the war

World and one in Korea.

Now I live in pensions

widowhood ... I mean I pensi? n.

Your clothes be? clean

bend in your bed.

Ms. Forrest, as Florence

He says, you are fabulous.

They know as well ...

educate the kids in Sweden.

? No it will put? S

the m? machine?

Honey, you know

I'm a perfectionist.

These urine stains.

They never leave completely.

Marvel Ann, still do not believe me

you called us.

I always thought? that we were

the? last option.

Let's walk.

We have never been to Malibu.

? Why did you come here?

I have my reasons.

Wait a minute. I feel

blisters on my nose.

I place ...

If you stand those awful

patches on the nose ...

..te twist? neck to

you eyes out.

Sorry, it's just

I'm at? ALLERGIC the sun.

True, his face turning red

and lips swell.

And it gives me an irritation? N

Terrible between the legs.

Guardate details


Forgot password? my hat

and magazines in the car.

I think they forget

porqu? we are here?

This ...

... It is a manhunt.

Let's place the traps.

? We can not have fun

s? what we?

? For what? We Need Them?

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Charles Busch

Charles Louis Busch (born August 23, 1954) is an American actor, screenwriter, playwright and female impersonator, known for his appearances on stage in his own camp style plays and in film and television. He wrote and starred in his early plays Off-off-Broadway beginning in 1978, generally in drag roles, and also acted in the works of other playwrights. He also wrote for television and began to act in films and on television in the late 1990s. His best known play is The Tale of the Allergist's Wife (2000), which was a success on Broadway. more…

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