The Beast That Killed Women/ The Monster of Camp Sunshine 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
It’s a nudist’s nightmare as naked terror runs amuck in this delirious Horror-Film Nudist-Camp Drive-In Double Feature! “The Beast that Killed Women” (1965, 60 min.) - Unable to get an even tan, Delores Carlos and hubby Byron Mabe scurry off to a Miami nudist camp at precisely the same moment the camp is invaded by The Beast that Killed Women, a goofy-looking gorilla with an appetite for the ladies. Murder and panic quickly spread before a pretty policewoman volunteers to enter the camp as ape bait. “The Monster of Camp Sunshine” (1964, 74 min.) - Hugo, the tubby gardener of a New York nature camp, turns into The Monster of Camp Sunshine when he unwittingly drinks from a stream contaminated with a mysterious chemical that releases his “killer instinct” and he attacks a bunch of birthday-celebrating sun worshippers.
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