"Stomp! Shout! Scream! does it better than American International Pictures ever did…as much fun as an episode of Hullabaloo-- snappy bouffants, earnest braniacs, hippy-hippy-shake and all!"

     --Austin Chronicle

 

“…a sweet can of camp… a ridiculously delightful cinematic experience.”

     --Film Threat

 

“Cinema that refuses to take itself seriously.”

     --Baltimore Sun

 

“… campy and fun with a lot of rock n roll thrown in for good measure… great recreation of beach-blanket mayhem.”

     --The Portland Mercury

 

“Stomp! Shout! Scream! was a total hoot. It's a note-perfect homage to '60s beach flicks and monster movies."

     --The Albuquerque Tribune

 

“Stomp! Shout! Scream! plays like a cross between Twin Peaks, Repo Man and Stranger Than Paradise with a little Beach Blanket Bingo thrown in to keep things interesting.”

     --Bradenton Herald

 

“… lighting was fabulous throughout - vibrant, evocative, sculptural. I loved it…the cast was great - just the right mix of real person and B-movie cliche, so that the whole movie came off like an episode of Mystery Science Theatre 3000, but with the 'bots' quips wrapped up into the movie itself.”

      --TheyreComing.com

 

“Edwards certainly knows how to make a film and how to pay homage to those wonderful old B-movies of our past.”

       --Filethirteen.com

 

“…a modern-day homage to that short-lived but eternally kitschy art form: the beach party rock-n-roll movie. With monsters.  Think Beach Blanket Bingo meets Creature from the Black Lagoon.  Edwards proves his devotion to B-movies and garage rock with this polished and entertaining bit of warm-weather fluff.”

      --SciFi Dimensions

 

“Stomp! Shout! Scream! is a groovy movie... Fans of Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello beach movies like Beach Blanket Bingo(1965) will dig it, as will fans of the Herschell Gordon Lewis film Blast-Off Girls (1967) or the “man in gorilla suit” movies like The Beast That Killed Women (1966).”

      --Pollystaffle.com

 

“Stomp! Shout! Scream! is a unique B monster movie romp that’s a lot of fun… Edwards never seeks to spoof, but tell an actual story, with great performances, and a wonderful soundtrack. I really enjoyed this in all its demented straight faced glory. John Waters would be proud.”

      --Cinema-Crazed.com