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Creatures from the Pink Lagoon (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 2006 (USA)
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In 1967, a chemical plant near a discreet roadside restroom causes an outbreak of gay zombies. At a near by beach cottage a group of best friends must fight off the undead.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Garrison ... Phillip
... Stan
Evan Mosher ... Joseph
Philip D. Clarke ... Randall
Vincent Kovar ... Billy
John Kaufmann ... Gary
Bill Morrison ... Bobby
... Priest / Holy Zombie
Jody McCoy ... Mother Camembert
... Astrid Camembert
Danielle Doreen Adams ... Glenda Camembert
Jay Irwin ... Sebastian Camembert / Alpha Zombie
Cory Herndon ... Gravedigger 1 / Coatless Zombie
Cory Nealy ... Gravedigger 2
Jen Renee Paulson ... Velma


In a small town in 1967, plucky young sissy Phillip is about to celebrate his birthday at the beach cottage owned by his best friend Stan. All of Phillip's friends are gathered for the festivities, including Stan's hunky-but-impulsive boyfriend Billy, Billy's shy, nerdy cousin Joseph, and Randall, the chain-smoking, bitter queen of the bunch. Meanwhile, a horde of libidinous gay men - turned into ravenous flesh-eating zombies by toxic mosquitoes at a cruisy highway rest stop - are making their way towards our oblivious celebrants, eating every man in their path. With body parts washing up on shore and party guests disappearing, our heroes must find a way to stop the zombie onslaught. Will Stan keep the rotting corpses out of his spotless home? Will Joseph work up the courage to declare his love for Phillip? Will Billy keep it in his pants long enough to stay alive? Will Phillip's cheating boyfriend make it to the party - and if so, will he be there to save them, or to eat them? No one... Written by Anonymous

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Pink is the new black.


Comedy | Horror


Not Rated




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Campy homage to directors and playwrights
5 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

In the beginning, a giant mosquito attacks a guy. One can see the wires attached to the insect. With this cheesiness the tone is set: 'Pink Lagoon' is written and directed with all the panache of an Ed Wood movie...music included. Additionally, one can see the Romero low budget black and white style including the black male lead. Lines and scenes are shamelessly stolen from Mart Crowleys "Boys in the Band." And despite all this, I enjoyed the wit and the wonder of what can be done with gay zombies. I was not disappointed and hope for a sequel. Perhaps there could be gay zombie dating. Or perhaps there could be a great dance sequence where all zombies wear a top hat and become Rockets while Judy Garland sings. Zing goes the strings in my heart!

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