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Courtney, the younger sister of the "new girl across the street" in the first film is all grown up now, but suffers from nightmares about the Big Wet Incident. She and the other members of her female rock group go to a condo for the weekend to play music and have fun with their boyfriends. Courtney's dreams are of her sister, who is in a mental institution, warning her of having sex, and the dreams begin to spill into real life, threatening Courtney and her friends as they begin experiencing an attrition problem. Written by
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Many characters in the movie have names in homage to other horror movies. Not only Officers Krueger and Voorhies, but Courtney's last name is Bates. The neighbors from the original have been renamed the Cravens instead of the Deverauxs in homage to Wes Craven. One of the main characters is named Sally Burns because Marilyn Burns played Sally Hardesty in the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974). See more »
Courtney makes reference to the events that happened in The Slumber Party Massacre, saying that she was 12 years old. But we know from dialog in that movie, that she was at least 15 in the first movie. See more »
Any unauthorized exhibition, distribution, or copying of this film or any part thereof [including soundtrack] is an infringement of the relevant copyright and will subject the infringer to severe civil and criminal prosecution as well as a midnight call from the Driller-Killer. See more »
Here's a gem. Can anyone tell me what the hell is going on here? I had so many questions at the end of this movie. Like how come at first the killer was only in Courtney's dreams, and then all of a sudden he was real? How did that fool kill all those kids without anyone being able to stop him? Why won't Blockbuster refund my money for this junk?
Overall, though, this movie rocks because it's so atrocious. The characters are all so lame that you end up rooting for the killer because he's the coolest guy in the movie! He's also got some sweet lines that should never be said anywhere unless you don't like having friends, because they're so corny. If you love bad-- and I mean really bad-- movies, rent this turd. It's an entertaining 90 minutes of your life that you can never have back.
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