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Surf II (1984)

R | | Comedy, Music | January 1984 (USA)
Evil Nerd Menlo wants to get revenge on some surfers by selling a bad batch of soda called Buzz Cola which turns people into mutant zombies. Its upto Jocko, Chuck, Bob and their surfer ... See full summary »

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Menlo
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Chuck's Dad
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Chief Boyardie
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Daddy O
Linda Kerridge ...
Carol Wayne ...
Mrs. O'Finlay
Peter Isacksen ...
Beaker
Biff Manard ...
Bob's Father (as Biff Maynard)
Tom Villard ...
Jacko O'Finlay
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Chuck
Fred Asparagus ...
Fat Boy #1
Jeffrey Rogers ...
Bob
Jim Greenleaf ...
Fat Boy #2
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Cindy Lou
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Evil Nerd Menlo wants to get revenge on some surfers by selling a bad batch of soda called Buzz Cola which turns people into mutant zombies. Its upto Jocko, Chuck, Bob and their surfer buddies to save the day. Written by Losman <losman@express-news.net>

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Comedy | Music

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Surf II: The End of the Trilogy  »

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Despite the title suggesting so, there never was a "Surf I". See more »

Quotes

Bob's Father: I'm gonna beat that kid like I don't know him.
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Referenced in The Big Box: The Body Shop (2010) See more »

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A.W.O.L.
Written by Chris Gibb and Kenny MacLean
Performed by The Deserters
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A most bitch'en slice of celluloid from the New Wave side of the early 80's
11 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

On behalf of the previous comment I must state-that I can only wish I was fortunate enough to see this film in theaters when it opened in 84, being that i was only 5 at the time, and don't believe it played in the 'god forsaken South, at least not in Arkansas. I'm sure it wasn't a possibility for my viewing pleasure.

Guess what, I hate big budget films, save the Bond epics, and I love B movies, mostly the ones from the 80's- if you want a hardcore piece of hilarity this film is it.

By the by, Eddie Deezen is a geek Hero if they're ever was one, and I rather liked Eric Stolts as a surfer dude. Last but not least a totally radical soundtrack. Stray Cats, Oingo Boingo, and the Circle Jerks all on one album-this rules!


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