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Slumber Party Massacre [Import]


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  • Actors: Michelle Michaels, Robin Stille, Michael Villella, Debra De Liso, Andree Honore
  • Directors: Amy Holden Jones
  • Writers: Amy Holden Jones, Rita Mae Brown
  • Producers: Amy Holden Jones, Aaron Lipstadt, Mark Allan, Roger Corman
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: New Concorde
  • Release Date: Sept. 17 2002
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305976414

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on Nov. 24 2003
Format: DVD
Here is a terrific flick in my collection (I only review what I own) that I wanted to review. So lets get down to it!
Trish Devereaux invites her basketball teammates over her house for a slumber party one evening. The party is crashed by Neil and Jeff, two horny 17-year-olds, However, little does she know, mass murderer Russ Thorn has escaped from a mental institution and has decided to crash her party as well...with his oversized "crotch-like" drill (You know what I mean!). Like what a total creep! For sure! (Sorry, I had to use my 80s lingo). Well, their only hope for getting out alive is by going across the street to laughing stock, teammate Valarie's house. (She denied the invite when she heard some of the girls teasing her) The thing is, each of them is starting to die quickly and if they don't get out alive, their weekend is going to be a total bummer. (Here I go again).
Needless to say, SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE is a fantastic film. The idea of using a portable drill is great and the fact that the killer actually talks is a breath of fresh air from the "quiet, stalking, killing" murderer. Filled with enough humor to fill a whole 'nother movie, SPM rocks. Pure and simple, it rocks. Valarie may be a joke to some, but it's her who has to save the girls....
RECCOMENDED TO FANS OF:
Halloween (1978)
The Fool Killer (1968)
Party Crasher (1994)
CAST
Michelle Michaels.....Trish Devereaux
Robin Stille...............Valerie Bates
Michael Villella..........Russ Thorn
Debra Deliso...........Kimberly Clarke
THE MOVIE: 4/4
THE PICTURE QUALITY: 9/10 It's in widescreen-letterboxed and has been digitally remastered. There are some minor specs and grain but nothing too overbearing.
THE AUDIO QUALITY: 10/10 2.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Oct. 19 2003
Format: DVD
I bought this movie fully expecting nothing but T&A and maybe a little gore. It delivered on those two expectations, with enough of the cheesecake to keep it interesting but going surprisingly light on the gore, with some of the killing actually taking place off-screen. Of course character development is given low priority, which hardly comes as a surprise.
But you can imagine my surprise when, halfway through, this thing actually turned out to be scary! Yes, the whole atmosphere of the film was done quite nicely, and it worked well enough to make me a bit uneasy. While watching it, my cat was sitting in the window, and he suddenly jumped back and ran out of the room - so I went over and somewhat cautiously closed the window and locked the door! LOL.
Overall, if you're looking for a nice slasher flick with all the things teenage boys most enjoy, or maybe you just want to relive those memories of drive-ins in the early '80s, you'll probably be quite satisfied with this little gem.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 15 2012
Format: DVD
Given all of the gratuitous nudity and clichéd storyline in evidence during Slumber Party Massacre, you would never know that the film was written and directed by a pair of feminists. If there were ever a slasher film where a girl victim actually finishes the killer off once she has him down, you would think it would be this one. You would be wrong. You won't find any of the girls in this movie singing "I am woman, hear me roar" because they're too busy dropping their weapons and running away like almost every other female victim in every other slasher film ever made.

When her parents go away for a few days, Trish (Michelle Michaels) decides it's the perfect time to kick it old school with a good old-fashioned slumber party with the girls. No one seems to know there's a killer in their midst - an escaped prisoner who murdered five people back in 1959. After twenty-plus years of not killing, Russ Thorn (Michael Villella) eagerly starts killing people in broad daylight (although no one notices) long before the slumber party even begins. Truth be told, it isn't much of a party - only four girls are there, and they barely get a chance to start drinking and smoking weed before the fun begins - although they do find time to titillate a couple of high school boys by changing clothes in front of an open window. Then the killer shows up, at which point all the girls turn into stereotypical slasher victims. Meanwhile, the hot new girl in town, Valerie (Robin Stille) - who lives next door but wasn't invited because some of the girls are jealous of her--and her annoying younger sister begin to wonder what is going on at the party. Needless to say, they eventually find out.
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Format: DVD
...There's not much plot, not that we really need one. Basically, there's a madman on the loose. His name's Russ Thorne and he's stalking and slashing a group of girls who are having a slumber party. The girls are part of a high school basketball team and the one holding the party is Trish (Michelle Michaels) There's also the girl next door, who's sort of a teacher's pet, and a weirdo neighbor who's obviously just there for the body count.
Yeah, that's about it for plot. But what part of what makes Slumber Party Massacre enjoyable schlock is the fact that it's written and directed by women, feminists no less. And the movie they've crafted is really no different than anything a male director would have come up with. Most of the female cast are damsels in distress (there are a few exceptions), there's gratuitous nudity, and typical genre cliches that rely mostly on characters acting extremely stupid.
But that's expected in a slasher, and as long as the movie's entertaining and not that poorly made, than it's passable, which is the case here. Heck, there are even a few suspenseful moments here and there, amazingly enough. I can only imagine that the attempted scares would have probably been more effective if the killer were given a mask of some sort (seeing his face dampens any effect of terror) or if he used a weapon other than a lousy drill... The stalk and slash scenes are nothing spectacular. Halloween or even Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter this is not. But they're reasonably effective for what they are, thanks to tons of blood and gore and some good jump-in-your-seat shocks. The movie runs at a pretty fast pace, and at 76 minutes, runs quick without being too big a waste of time. Slumber Party Massacre isn't a good movie, but I know I sure had a good time.
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