History YMMV / TheHorrorOfPartyBeach

8th May '16 12:15:41 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* FetishRetardant: The "[[DawsonCasting young people]]" on the beach dancing... [[{{Padding}} and dancing]]... [[{{Padding}}and dancing...]]

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* FetishRetardant: The "[[DawsonCasting young people]]" on the beach dancing... [[{{Padding}} and dancing]]... [[{{Padding}}and dancing...]]]] Well, except for the inexplicable hot Romulan girl.
15th Jan '16 1:14:50 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* TheyJustDidntCare

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* TheyJustDidntCare TheyJustDidntCare: Most notably, the monster costumes in the slumber party scene, for whatever reason, are completely different, looking more like mossy swamp creatures rather than the distinctive gill-men design. The movie later tries to lampshade the fact with a news reporter remarking on their "different forms", but it just raises further questions, since those specific creatures are never seen again.
23rd Jun '15 8:47:18 AM wrm5
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* {{Padding}}: The movie drags a bit following the revelation that elemental sodium can kill the creatures.

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* {{Padding}}: The movie drags a bit following After the revelation that elemental sodium can kill the creatures.creatures, the movie goes into a long segment of the scientists trying to figure out how to find the creatures, where to get the sodium, and other tedious minutiae that drags out a long time and probably should have been cut.
5th Apr '15 6:43:54 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Hank is ready to give up on finding enough sodium to effectively fight back when he hasn't even finished going down the list of chemical suppliers in the phonebook. The next one he calls has it, naturally.
1st Nov '14 8:28:41 AM AnotherGuy
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* AngstWhatAngst: Less than a month after his girlfriend gets killed by a monster, Hank returns to the very beach she died on and comments to a band member "pretty dead tonight, huh, Ron?"

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* AngstWhatAngst: Less than a month after his girlfriend gets killed by a monster, Hank returns to the very beach she died on and comments to a band member "pretty dead tonight, huh, Ron?"Ron?"[[note]]Poor choice of words there, Hank.[[/note]]
26th Jun '14 2:16:12 AM DivineDeath
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* FairForItsDay: Possibly an unintentional example. Eulabelle's characterization is based off the very dated [[EthnicMenialLabor "mammy" archetype]], with a few silly superstitions thrown in for good measure. However, she's also the only person who actually moves the slow plot along and comes across as the smartest person in it in her efforts to do so.

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* FairForItsDay: Possibly an unintentional example. Eulabelle's characterization is based off the very dated [[EthnicMenialLabor "mammy" archetype]], with a few silly superstitions thrown in for good measure. However, she's also the only person who actually moves the slow plot along and comes across as the smartest person in it in her efforts to do so.
26th Jun '14 12:19:05 AM DivineDeath
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* FairForItsDay: Possibly an unintentional example. Eulabelle's characterization is based off the very dated [[EthnicMenialLabor Mammy archetype]], with a few silly superstitions thrown in for good measure. However, she's also the only person who actually moves the slow plot along and comes across as the smartest person in it in her efforts to do so.

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* FairForItsDay: Possibly an unintentional example. Eulabelle's characterization is based off the very dated [[EthnicMenialLabor Mammy "mammy" archetype]], with a few silly superstitions thrown in for good measure. However, she's also the only person who actually moves the slow plot along and comes across as the smartest person in it in her efforts to do so.
26th Jun '14 12:18:32 AM DivineDeath
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* FairForItsDay: Possibly an unintentional example. Eulabelle's characterization is based off the very dated [[EthnicMenialLabor Mammy archetype]], with a few silly superstitions thrown in for good measure. However, she's also the only person who actually moves the slow plot along and comes across as the smartest person in it in her efforts to do so.
25th Jun '14 3:27:55 AM DivineDeath
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* NightmareRetardant: Any attempt at horror is lost by the monsters' incredibly silly designs. To say nothing of the quality of the costumes.
3rd May '14 4:43:43 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* DesignatedHero: Hank. He's a guy who hates fun, for some reason about being too old. ([[DawsonCasting I'll say.]]) The fight on the beach is caused by his girlfriend's flirting...you know, the girlfriend he pretty much broke up with not just five minute ago. He actually starts the fight, and comes close to actually ''killing the lead biker by strangling him.'' The people helping in the fight had to pull him off, and then he tries to break free, like he was a deranged criminal.

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* DesignatedHero: Hank. He's a guy who hates fun, for some reason about being too old. ([[DawsonCasting I'll say.]]) The fight on the beach is caused by his girlfriend's flirting...you know, the girlfriend he pretty much broke up with not just five minute ago. He actually starts the fight, and comes close to actually ''killing the lead biker by strangling him.'' The people helping in the fight had to pull him off, and then he tries to break free, like he was a deranged criminal. criminal.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Eulabelle. She's the only character to have any sort of personality, which happens to be quite lovable, and she's the character who really contributes most to moving the plot along: first by discovering that sodium can kill the monsters, and then by persuading Hank to get off his white-bread ass and go track down some sodium.
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