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The Warner Archives Delivering Two Eighties Slashers: Night School and Killer Party

23 June 2011 4:53 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Oh, Warner Archives. How much do we love thee? You specialize in doling out obscure classics that haven't seen the light of day in ages, and as a result you make us want to shrink ourselves to infant size so that we may roll around playfully on your naked bosom. Happy sigh!

Next up from their vaults? Two Eighties slashers that we've been dying to see again - Ken Hughes' 1981 bloodbath Night School and William Fruet's 1986 flick Killer Party.

Here are some quick synopses for those who don't remember or have never heard of these goodies via IMDb -

Night School

A Boston police detective investigates a series of gruesome decapitations of various college coeds committed by a helmeted, black-leather clad serial killer, which leads him to suspect a well known anthropology professor as well as his female live-in assistant.

Killer Party

Three gorgeous babes decide to join a sorority, »

- Uncle Creepy

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