|release date||October 9 2007|
|studio||Camp Motion Pictures|
|director||John Polonia, Mark Polonia|
|starring||Erin Brown, Erica Smith|
SynopsisTonya, Rodney and Rupert are out-of-towners joining a crowd of young people gathered on the beach for an all-weekend music festival. Even after several townspeople are torn apart and devoured by the humanoid creatures, the partygoers remain oblivious to the horror that has risen from the sea. Bonus CD includes Splatter Beach Soundtrack!
Camp Motion Pictures first in-house production strives to justify the entire company’s existence into one very short (just over an hour) feature film—SPLATTER BEACH. Up until now, Camp Motion Pictures has been a conduit for disseminating the very best of the worst in 1980’s Shot-on-Video gore fests. SPLATTER BEACH is a catch-all for the philosophy that propels the maverick movie makers behind the label. Producer Michael Raso and his crew of pop culture delinquents collectively run a gamut of indie film labels (POP Cinema, Secret Key, Bloody Earth Films, Shock-O-Rama, etc…). Their goal is to create cinema that is pure joy—cinema that exists for the love of film…and flesh…generally lots of flesh. After all, this is the home of sexy starlet Misty Mundae (Erin Brown) and even the least perceptive genre fan should have a good idea of what that means. …Read More