Courtney Bates, the younger sister of Valerie, and her friends go to their condo for a weekend getaway, but Courtney can't get rid of the haunting feeling that a supernatural rockabilly driller killer is coming to murder them all.
An unknown killer, clad in World War II U.S. Army fatigues, stalks a small New Jersey town bent on reliving a 35 year-old double murder by focusing on a group of college kids holding an annual Spring Dance.
An eighteen-year-old high school girl is left at home by her parents and she decides to have a slumber party. There is friction between some of the invited guests and the new girl, who is better at basketball than they, so the new girl decides to stay at home (which is conveniently across the street from the host's house). Meanwhile, a murderer of five people with a propensity for power tools has escaped and is at large, and eventually makes his way to the party, where the guests begin experiencing an attrition problem, with only the new girl to help them. Written by
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In the background when Kim is hurling ornaments at the killer in Trish's bedroom, you can see the book "Rubyfruit Jungle", by Rita Mae Brown, this film's writer. See more »
When Trish is putting some of her old toys away in a brown paper bag, she picks up her dog teddy. In the first shot the ear of the dog teddy is folded upwards, lying on it's head. In the reverse shot the ear hangs down, normally. See more »
[speaking for the first time; to Trish]
You're pretty. All of you are very pretty. I love you. It takes a lot of love for a person to... do this. You know you want it. You'll like it. Yes...
No... please... I don't even know you.
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A group of teenage girls hold a slumber party on a Friday night, but a recently escaped mass murderer with a portable power drill turns this slumber party deadly.
Adequately acted and casted film seems to play up to its cliches instead of trying to avoid them. Some funny moments, good gore effects, some scares and excitement, and sometimes clever direction make this a lot better then you would expect. Rated R; Extreme Graphic Violence, Nudity, Profanity, Drug Use, and Mild Sexual Situations.
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