Bikini Bloodbath

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Bikini Bloodbath
Directed byJonathan Gorman
Thomas Edward Seymour
Produced byRobert Cosgrove Jr.
Sheri Lynn
Written byJonathan Gorman
Thomas Edward Seymour
StarringDebbie Rochon
Robert Cosgrove Jr.
Sheri Lynn
Russ Russo
Music byTim Kulig
CinematographyMike Anderson
Edited byChristopher W. Doyle
Distributed byBlood Bath Pictures
Release date
  • September 16, 2006 (2006-09-16)
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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.[1]

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,[2] 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.[3] Debbie Rochon stars in all three films as a lesbian volleyball coach.[4] Other actors in the series include Lloyd Kaufman, Rachael Robbins, Monique GATA Dupree and Sheri Lynn.

Cast[edit]

  • 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

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