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Writers:
George Dugdale (written by) &
Mark Ezra (written by) ...
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Release Date:
14 November 1986 (USA) See more »
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There's Horror in the Halls... Lynching in the Lunchroom... Murder in Metal Shop. See more »
Plot:
Eight different people are invited to their 10-year high school reunion at their now-closed down high school where a former student, disfigured from a prank gone wrong, is there to seek revenge. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Caroline Munro ... Carol
Simon Scuddamore ... Marty
Carmine Iannaccone ... Skip
Donna Yeager ... Stella (as Donna Yaeger)

Gary Martin ... Joe
Billy Hartman ... Frank
Michael Safran ... Ted (as Michael Saffran)
John Segal ... Carl
Kelly Baker ... Nancy
Sally Cross ... Susan
Josephine Scandi ... Shirley
Marc Smith ... Coach
Dick Randall ... Manny
Jon Clark ... Digby
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mark Ezra ... Jester (uncredited)

Directed by
George Dugdale 
Mark Ezra 
Peter Mackenzie Litten  (as Peter Litten)
 
Writing credits
George Dugdale (written by) &
Mark Ezra (written by) &
Peter Mackenzie Litten (written by) (as Peter Litten)

Produced by
Stephen Minasian .... producer (as Steve Minasian)
Dick Randall .... producer
 
Original Music by
Harry Manfredini 
 
Cinematography by
Alan Pudney 
 
Film Editing by
Jim Connock 
 
Production Design by
Geoff Sharpe 
 
Makeup Department
Craig Berkeley .... makeup artist (as Craig Berkely)
Alison Hall .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Laurence Rooke .... production manager (as Lawrence Rooke)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chick Norris .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Aram Allan .... design assistant
Terry Allen .... property master
John Armstrong .... carpenter
Fred Bishop .... painter
Andrew Crimin .... construction manager
Paul Crimin .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Dick Hunt .... sound mixer
Dave Pierce .... boom operator
Ted Ryan .... dubbing mixer
 
Special Effects by
John Humphreys .... prosthetics
Peter Mackenzie Litten .... special effects designer (as Peter Litten)
Robert Turner .... special effects rigger
 
Visual Effects by
Rex Neville .... opticals
Richard Perkis .... mechanical designer (as Richard Pirkis)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Connor .... camera operator (as Mike Connor)
Len Duncan .... chief electrician
Len Emery .... gaffer
Jasper Fforde .... focus puller (as Jaspar Fforde)
John Fonseca .... still photographer
Richard Gibb .... additional camera operator
Ricky Hall .... grip
Randall Larsen .... still photographer
John Ward .... steadicam operator
John Ward .... director of photography: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Isabelle Blaire .... seamstress
Lee Scott .... wardrobe
 
Other crew
Chris Arkell .... production accountant
Emily Copping .... continuity
Nick Dugdale .... unit runner
Mike Halford .... production assistant
Ed Newstead .... titles
Corliss Randall .... assistant to producers
 

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90 min | 91 min (uncut version)
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Trivia:
A poster of "Pieces" (Pieces (1982)) is visible on the porno movie manager's office wall when he's talking with Carol over the phone.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When the bullies are manhandling Marty and dunking him in the toilet at the beginning, Marty has been replaced by a very obvious mannequin.See more »
Quotes:
Carol Manning:We'll take my car... it starts every timeSee more »

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12 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Another Review from SH's best critic, 22 April 2006
Author: rockusa3 from United States

I have lost count of how many reviews I've written on Slaughter High. I've read a lot of bad ones and I will say right now this is a fantastic movie. Simon Scuddamore made his fame in a short time for his well known suicide, and even though this was his only film, he is what made the movie so great. At first I did not know anything about Simon until I read a review about his suicide. Then I found out due to the current webpage at www.IMDb.com he was born in 1957, in Dayton, Ohio. Simon may have played the most pathetic character known to man, but his real life self certainly had their strenghths and weaknesses. He did a good acting job, who can disagree? I always wondered how he felt showing himself naked in a movie. Must have been pretty embarrassing to say the least. I first saw this movie when I was 12 in the sixth grade. I agree with some pointers like the girl would not take a bath after somebody was murdered, and that high schools do NOT have bath tubs! I think Caroline Munro who was 36 at the time was the only other star that had any dignified acting talent, and unfortunately for Simon's death he made no future films. The reason(s) for his suicide are a mystery, and hopefully will be discovered in the near future. Doing the math on his webpage it tells you he was 29 years old when he made Slaughter High. He looked like a teenager. I give this film two thumbs up, the best horror film made. Probably because of their horrible acting the others didn't make fame in the movie business. -Jacob Young

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