With school out for summer break and the thralls of teenage bliss fresh in the minds of a trio of teenage girls, what is there to do? Well, how about having a Slumber Party at the most conservative of the three's home, inviting your practical joker boyfriends to sneak in later at night? This is the premise of the victimization within The Last Slumber Party, plus the fact that a certain mental patient with an aggression displacement disorder has escaped from his scheduled lobotomization. Still, that's the least of the problems as another wildcard enters the fray, leaving only a few fish to fry in a feature packed with little else to keep it going.
Honestly, this was one of the worst films I've seen in a while, going beyond the woes of a bad movie and committing some of the worst cinematic sins known to audiences anywhere. The budget holding the movie together is awful at best, making certain that the quality of all things (effects, film, storyline, actors) would be painted in disappointing shades. Still, these were even worse that I had first anticipated, making me wonder exactly how the film managed to stimulate any revenue at all. The effects were bad even for a terrible film, making the chases that ended in slow motion assaults with a scalpel all the more forgettable as fake blood spurted from the weapon and not the person themselves and other, even less-appealing things, happened. Added to this was also the quality of the editing involved, which seemed to jump from place to place and circulated lighting in random ways, plus the cuts made the audio jump in uneven intervals. Then there were the bad actors, the lack of anything to keep the eyes appeased while they spewed the uselessness of poorly scripted dialog, and a storyline that kept even the term recycled from looking like a bad thing.
This, by and far, is something to avoid at all costs because you simply won't enjoy it. Even for lovers of bad movies, the end effect is almost insulting, making a B-movie watcher like myself constantly yearning to see the ending credits roll by. Highly deserving of less than one star.