So many indie films try to differentiate themselves by going extreme. Often that means lots of gore, or lots of nudity. Few films travel the road of Psycho Sleepover. Yes, it has its share of gore and nudity, but it differentiates itself with mega-doses of surreal humor. Sure, the sleepover plus psycho killer combo has been done before. More than once. This takes it to the next level. Not one, not two, not even three psychos menace our heroine Debbie. No, we get forty. That kind of genre excess epitomizes the film. Where we expect one or two things to happen, twice as many happen instead. It leads to a level of surreality that's surprising in an indie horror film, and one that's appreciated.