• 电影名称 The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell

  • ——Based upon the events of American History at the end of the 21st Century.
  • 中文名称 地狱门口的海滩派对
  •  类型  喜剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 30 min (90 min)
  • 上映时间 2006 (USA)
Went to a midnight screening at the Crest in Westwood with some of myUCLA buds. Gotta say, I thought I might fall asleep since it started at12am, but that wasn't the case. The movie's frenetic pace made for anexhilaration from beginning to end. It's akin to that rare sort ofnovel where you find your...
I saw this movie during it's midnight premiere of the LA FILM FESTIVAL.I prepared myself to see a bad movie full of guts and gore, but insteadwitnessed a clever and engaging film. I loved it!! The characters werewell developed and highly entertaining and surprisingly, the cast wasactually talented. ...
I attended the world premiere of this film at the 2006 Los Angeles FilmFestival and enjoyed what I saw very much. It is hard to explain thismovie to someone who hasn't seen it...and I think that is a good thing,as it needs to be experienced to appreciate it for what it really is.This film is a compl...
I also attended the midnight screening at the LA Film Festival onFriday, June 23, 2006. I liked the film and got the impression thatmost everyone else did as well.For a midnight showing, I was impressed that nearly every seat wasfilled. There was also more audience participation than I'm accustomedt...
I got a chance to catch The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell at itsWorld Premiere at the L.A. Film festival. I would unabashedly recommendthe film--especially to indie film-lovers and cult flick-enthusiastsworldwide. The filmmakers worked wonders in bringing a post-apocalypticsatire to the big s...
Saw the film at the LA Film Festival and had a great time. It's not aHollywood film, it's very much an independent spirit and as such thestory telling is not your traditional formulaic arc. It feels like ahistorical chronicle of the end of the world and the rebuildingafterwards with sections of narr...
I was fortunate enough to enjoy this incredibly out-of-the-box,stylized cinematic treat at the LA Film Fest, and feel completelyencouraged that the next generation of filmmakers will usurp themainstream machine's unimaginative grip on the industry.The movie rolls by at a rapid pace, introducing you ...
Starting with the title, this campy, hilarious, New American film isgushing with the zeal of the youthful, hip, and edgy filmmakers.Charting a primordial course towards a new genre, Writer/Director/LeadKevin Wheatley and his directing collaborator Johnny Gillette, alongwith co-conspirator Cameron Pi...
This is an incomprehensible horribly low budget piece of awfulness.I don't even have the vocabulary to say how dire, turgid, boring,confusing, and just plain strange this effort is (Hey what d'ya know Ido....) Set in a post-Apocalyptic America some guys meet on a beach andslaughter and chaos ensue -...
This is the biggest pile of crap I have ever watched. DO NOT RENT! Themakers of this movie should be band from ever making another movie. Itstarts with some what of a plot, then fades fast to nothing. I think Iwould rather watch paint dry then to as much as looking at the cover.The actors were awful...
This movie was made by a bunch of white guys that went to schooltogether. Well there's nothing wrong with that, except it looks like itwas made by a bunch of white guys that went to school together. 90percent of the cast are white males about same age. It's almost likewatching a bunch of guys at boy...
Okay, I like a good bad movie as much as the next guy, but this one isjust plain bad. It looks like something a bunch of half-drunken fratboys threw together in their spare time. The attempts at humor areawkward and embarrassing. I would say the story is laughable, but itwould only be funny to high-...
This movie is a particular type of "theater of the absurd". Think ofsomething like "The Bed Sitting Room" post-apocalyptic, surreal moviestarring Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Of course, it's more gore-bent.However, it's the kind of violence where you can see spurting blood butnever have to look dire...
This isn't the film you're expecting. It may not be a film you willlike. I liked it. I think I liked it because I like to watch moviesthat don't turn in predictable directions, that have decent unknownactors, and that have a premise or storyline that gets my curiosity.This wasn't great, but definite...
There I was, minding my own business, fishing for cheesy movies towatch whilst enjoying a late night drinking session. I'd stumbled upona listing of post-apocalyptic 'classics' and knew I'd hit the jackpot.One of the movies in that list had an intriguing title: 'Beach Party atthe Threshold of Hell'....
Frankly, I was dragged to this movie by my girlfriend who works for amajor development company in town. The screening was at Midnight on theWestside and I was dreading it. She had heard good things as this moviehas quiet buzz growing around it already.In the end, she was right. I left the theater th...
I caught the premiere of "The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell" onFriday night as part of the L.A. Film festival and was highlyentertained. This film is a breath of fresh air with a truly originalvision at a time when the majority of movies labeled as 'independent'have begun to fall into the sam...
The story–written and directed by and starring Kevin Wheatley–meanders,jumps around, and pretty much confuses people and probably pisses offmore. The characters fight, eat other people, struggle against andabuse one another; indeed, few lovely virtues exist in this depictionof the American...
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to see this film in Tulsabefore it ventured onward to Toronto. I had seen the trailer onMySpace, and thought it would be something akin to "Bad Taste", whichis one of my favorite movies. It wasn't. But it WAS one of the funniestfilms I've seen in a long whi...
I saw this film while working at the Carolina Theatre in Durham, NC, itwas a feature film of the Nevermore Film Festival. I caught about 30minutes of the film before having to return to work but was instantlyhooked. My first thought was "how in the hell did they get JaneSeymour", I was intrigued at ...
Living very close to where most of B.P.T.H. was filmed, I was veryexcited to be able to see this at a public screening during thePensacola Bay Film Festival; I was even more fortunate to see most ofthe cast and a Q&A with Kevin Wheatley. One of the burning questionswas "how did you ever come up with...
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