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Surf Nazis Must Die
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Surf Nazis Must Die (1987)

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Directed by: Peter George
Starring: Gail Neely, Robert Harden, and Barry Brenner

Surf Nazis Must Die Movie Summary

What happens when you try to combine the movies Beach Party, Clockwork Orange, and Mad Max? Then mix in a healthy dose of poor writing, shitty 80s music, and atrocious acting? You get post apocalyptic opus known as Surf Nazis Mist Die.

Sometime in the future, an 8.6 magnitude earthquake levels Los Angeles. Since today’s media only covers Justin Bieber peeing, or Miley Cyrus’ sex toys, it’s easy to assume that The Apocalypse is upon us. Brace yourselves for the Big One, because all h-e double hockey sticks breaks out on the beaches. It’s not that the Pipeliners or Samurai Surfers want total control, and even the Designer Waves share their tight space. All you have to do is ask, but those dirty, rotten Surf Nazis led by Adolf, want it all, and they want it now.

Meanwhile, Leroy Washington escorts his “elderly” mother out of her ruined abode, and drives her down the street to The Stardust Retirement Home. The destruction of the massive quake spares the home, but the place still displeases Mama. How dare her only son forsake her like this. Mama is feisty, and she hangs up her American flag on her mirror, lights up a stogie, and plays some Five Card Stud with the other committed grandmas…

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