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Stomp! Shout! Scream! (2005)

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Stomp! Shout! Scream!, a beach party rock and roll monster movie, is set in 1966 and features an all-girl garage rock band and the legend of the Skunk Ape (the Florida Everglades version of Bigfoot).



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Credited cast:
Brian Bell ...
Shana Coley ...
Ann Crawley ...
Jonathan Michael Green ...
John Patterson
Walt Hargrove ...
Edward Hastings ...
Skunk Ape (as Ned Hastings)
Christopher Hines ...
Deputy Bob
Lucie Ide ...
Manfred Jones ...
Radio DJ
Johnny Knox ...
Cecelia Loos ...
Ellie Margolis ...


Theodora, Jody and Carol, collectively The Violas, are on tour when their van breaks down in a small southern beach town. The local police are investigating a mass of mysterious debris on the beach and the disappearance of a little girl's parents after she's found walking the beach in a state of shock. Scientist John Patterson is called in to help investigate. Both John and local mechanic Hector Garcia fall for Violas lead singer Theodora, but she seems to have no interest in them, possibly because of a mysterious past. Hector convinces the girls to stay in town when he offers to repair their van in exchange for playing his party, but the mysterious creature is still on the loose. Written by Anonymous

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A Beach party rock n' roll monster movie!! See more »


Music | Horror | Sci-Fi



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2 June 2009 (USA)  »

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$150,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$3,730 (USA) (10 April 2009)


$112,739 (USA) (24 July 2009)

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1.85 : 1
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Deputy Bob: I don't like baloney. Now, fried baloney is OK.
Sheriff Doug Brag: Uh-huh.
Deputy Bob: Hey, that looks like a skunk ape.
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Featured in Toofy Film Fest 2005: HD Showcase (2005) See more »


Written by Dan Hall / Robert Huffman
Performed by The Woggles
Courtesy of Swank Tones Music (BMI)
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Stomp! Shout! Scream!
6 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Adult Swim wunderkind Jay Edwards' first full-length feature "Stomp! Shout! Scream!" is a nostalgic romp through the adjacent genres of kitch beach movies and even kitchier low- budget monster movies. A film for fans of both Edwards' AS work ("Space Ghost Coast2Coast", "Aqua Teen Hunger Force", "Squidbillies") and of post WWII nuclear age pop culture, S!S!S! is a real treat.

Set during an East Coast tour of a up-and-coming all-girl rock trio, the story plods faithfully through B-movie premises including forbidden love, comic authority figures, and "the big show". Nods to horror, beach, and water-themed movies from the last four decades are everywhere. The plot's punchline is a fun anachronism that fortunately wrecks any hopes of a deeper message, reminding fans that this is the same guy who makes cartoons about meal-deal superheroes and redneck calamari.

Stomp! Shout! Scream! Is shot on 16mm film and has a lot of the glorious primary colors and framing of the classic flicks, although at times some of the lighting and cinematography is downright gorgeous, jumping out of the simplistic realm of those genres. Otherwise, continuity on this film is commendable to even the most anal retentive prop watchers. The movie's soundtrack is a lot of fun and true to the period nature of the film as well.

By Edwards' own estimation, if you're looking for unflinching modern cinema, look elsewhere. But if you want a modern recreation of the early 60s most inexplicable movie constructs, hop aboard and enjoy the ride. Don't ask too many questions and don't dare take your tongue out of your cheek.

***For a valuable cult classic experience, please yell "Skunk Ape!!!" as loud as possible whenever the creature enters frame. And yes, I'm taking credit if the craze catches on.

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