In 1964, 20th Century Fox released an independent shocker – shot in two weeks
for $50,000 outside Stamford, Connecticut by local producer/director Del Tenney
– advertised as “The First Horror-Monster Musical.” More than 50 years later,
this “Absolute classic of exploitation cinema” (Legends Magazine), returns like
you’ve never seen or heard it before.
When nuclear waste dumped into the
ocean mutates a shipwreck full of corpses, it will unleash an onslaught of
bikini teens, surprising gore, dubious science, an intrepid maid, The Del-Aires,
and arguably the greatest, worst monsters in horror movie history. Severin is
proud to present this cult favorite from “Connecticut’s own Ed Wood” (Stamford
Advocate), now featuring a new 2k scan from the original negative and loaded
with all-new Special Features like nothing that ever stalked this earth!
- Return to Party Beach: A Retrospective Documentary on The Horror of
Party Beach. - It's the Living End: An Encounter with The Del-Aires -
Interview with band members Bobby Osborne and Ronnie Linares. - Shock
& Roll: Filmmaker Tim Sullivan on Rock & Roll Horror Movies. -
Archival interview with Director Del Tenney. - Trailer
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