73: Nightmare Beach (Andy v Mitch)

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Having rescheduled this week's guest in the light of his recent fatherhood, Andy and Mitch decided that the time was right for another head-to-head episode. So here we are, Episode 73!

His chosen film? Nightmare Beach!

Here we go! A film that may r may not be directed by Umberto Lenzi and certainly one of his better offerings if it is, Nightmare Beach is a fun, if often problematic slasher that has largely flown under the radar, but one that features good performances from John Saxon (Enter The Dragon, A Nightmare On Elm Street) and Michael Parks (From Dusk Til Dawn, Red State)

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The synopsis is as follows:

A criminal is executed, but returns on his motorcycle to carry out his revenge on the residents and tourists of a town in Florida.

Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.

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