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Creatures From the Pink Lagoon
     

Creatures From the Pink Lagoon

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Director: Chris Diani

Cast: Nick Garrison, Lowell Deo, Philip D. Clarke

 
Filmmaker Chris Diani made his feature debut with this campy horror comedy, on which he served as director, writer, editor, and producer. The film centers on a group of gay men who converge on a beach house for a birthday party in the late '60s. Unfortunately for them, their fun is cut short when some monstrous mosquitoes begin turning some of the townspeople into

Overview

Filmmaker Chris Diani made his feature debut with this campy horror comedy, on which he served as director, writer, editor, and producer. The film centers on a group of gay men who converge on a beach house for a birthday party in the late '60s. Unfortunately for them, their fun is cut short when some monstrous mosquitoes begin turning some of the townspeople into flesh-eating zombies. Creatures from the Pink Lagoon screened at the 2006 Seattle True Independent Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/25/2007
UPC:
0631008064192
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
NR
Source:
Ariztical
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:11:00

Special Features

Cast & crew commentary with director Chris Diani; "Zombie Pride" - promotional short for Seattle Pride featuring "creatures" star Nick Garrison; 6 behind-scenes featurettes/official trailer/production stills; Trailers for EO2, Stray Cats, Sex Movie

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Creatures from the Pink Lagoon
1. Funeral for Sebastian Camembert [14:27]
2. Aren't Birthdays the Greatest? [13:52]
3. Mr. Hastings [9:00]
4. I Think Those Zombies Are Homosexual! [12:43]
5. Stan Has a Plan [14:41]
6. Credits [5:40]

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Creatures From the Pink Lagoon 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
treemanTK More than 1 year ago
The story of a group of gay friends gathering at a lake cabin for a birthday party, only to find..... Set in the early 1960s, this has elements of classic horror, mixed with enough camp and cheese to make you ask that eternal question, "Who do I have to blow to get to the remote?" There is no middle ground here, you'll hate it, or love it (but probably only after last call, and with the lights off.) I understand it's something of a cult film, and I can see it appealing to fans of bad gay jokes, closeted self-loathing and poor production values. It has a few classic lines in it like, "Nothing breaks the ice like water sports!" I'm sure there is an aesthetic here that is completely over my head, and a few film buff friends have watched it over and over, so I know there is SOMETHING there. I just can't figure out what it could be.