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"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.”


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


“…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).”


“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.”

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