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A few years ago, I finally got to see this film on late night television and I finally was able to judge how bad it was for myself and it definitely is one of the worst films ever made. This film came out when the "Beach Party" craze was at its zenith, so someone had the bright idea to make a horror beach flick, and in of all places Connecticut, not Southern California. However, this film isn't as bad as a film that came out around the same time, The Beach Girls and the Monster. At least the monsters in this one were "real" and not some psycho dressed as a monster as was the case in the latter film. However, I do have a soft spot for bad movies and its too bad that this one isn't out on video or D.V.D.. It is an all time classic turkey.
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