|Directed by||Jonathan Gorman|
Thomas Edward Seymour
|Produced by||Robert Cosgrove Jr.|
|Written by||Jonathan Gorman|
Thomas Edward Seymour
|Starring||Debbie Rochon |
Robert Cosgrove Jr.
|Music by||Tim Kulig|
|Edited by||Christopher W. Doyle|
|Distributed by||Blood Bath Pictures|
Bikini Bloodbath is a 2006 comedy film that parodies the horror-slasher movies of the 1980s. Written and directed by Thomas Edward Seymour and Jonathan Gorman, the film focuses on a high school girls’ volleyball team that plans to host an end-of-semester party. Two members of the boys’ football team crash the party, but problems begin when the maniacal Chef Death, a serial killer portrayed by Rob Coz, who wields meat cleavers and culinary one-liners, interrupts the proceedings by slaying the partygoers.
Shot on locations across Connecticut in 2005, Bikini Bloodbath was planned as the first in an ongoing horror/comedy series. The film was released on DVD in December 2007, and its sequels – Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash (named the "#1 Ridiculous(ly Awesome) Horror Movie Titles of all time in 2010 by Mark H. Harris, About.com Guide). and Bikini Bloodbath Christmas are also out on DVD. Co-director Seymour cited the Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings trilogy for the inspiration of creating back-to-back films. Additional films in the Bikini Bloodbath series are being planned. Debbie Rochon stars in all three films as a lesbian volleyball coach. Other actors in the series include Lloyd Kaufman, Rachael Robbins, Monique GATA Dupree and Sheri Lynn.
- Debbie Rochon as Miss Johnson
- Robert Cosgrove Jr. as The Chef / William Leschenski (as Robert Cosgrove)
- Sheri Lynn as Smelly Suzy (as Sheri Bomb)
- Russ Russo as Mike M.
- Leah Ford as Jenny
- Anna-Karin Eskilsson as Sharon
- Katie Gil as Portia
- Natasha Nielsen as Tawny
- Olja Hrustic as Ginger
- Bikini Bloodbath on IMDb
- Bikini Bloodbath at Rotten Tomatoes
- Profile of the film's production in the Hartford Advocate
- Profile of the film series in Play New Haven
- “The Knights who say BIKINI: An Interview with Thomas Edward Seymour,” DVD Town, Dec 1, 2008
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