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Director:
Writer:
Deborah Brock (written by)
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Release Date:
30 October 1987 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Thrills, Chills and Guitar Drills See more »
Plot:
Courtney, the younger sister of the "new girl across the street" in the first film is all grown up now... See more » | Add synopsis »
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User Reviews:
Charming rocknroll driller killer flick See more (76 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Deborah Brock 
 
Writing credits
Deborah Brock (written by)

Produced by
Deborah Brock .... producer
Roger Corman .... executive producer
Don Daniel .... producer
 
Original Music by
Richard Cox 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
William Flicker 
 
Casting by
Kevin Alber 
Bruce Boll 
 
Production Design by
John Eng 
 
Art Direction by
Frank Novak  (as Franc Novak)
 
Set Decoration by
Rozanne Taucher 
 
Makeup Department
James Cummins .... special makeup effects designer and creator
Susan Reiner .... hair stylist
Susan Reiner .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Steve Barnett .... post-production supervisor
Don Daniel .... unit production manager
Matt Leipzig .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Don Daniel .... first assistant director
Tom Milo .... second assistant director (as Tom Migliaccio)
Steve Thomas .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Thomas Atcheson .... assistant props (as Tom Atcheson)
Todd Botkin .... swing gang
Tony Ferrero .... assistant set dresser
Richard Hench .... swing gang
Mike Ketchel .... swing gang
Charles Reimers .... assistant art director
Rozanne Taucher .... props
 
Sound Department
John Voss Bonds Jr. .... sound editor
Mike Dickeson .... foley artist (as Mike Dickison)
Dennis Fuller .... additional sound mixer
Dennis Fuller .... boom operator
Yvonne Preble .... foley artist
Chris Rabideau .... sound editor
Cindy Rabideau .... sound editor
Debra Ruby .... foley mixer
Andrew Schatz .... sound re-recording mixer
George W. Scott .... boom operator (as George Scott)
David Waelder .... sound mixer
Brian E. Wedewer .... sound editor (as Brian Wedewer)
David John West .... sound designer
David John West .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Richard F. Brophy .... special effects producer (as Richard Brophy)
Bill Corso .... special effects crew
Scott Coulter .... special effects crew (as J. Scott Coulter)
John Criswell .... special effects crew
Jeffrey S. Farley .... special effects crew (as Jeff Farley)
Bobbi Heller .... special effects manager (as Bobbi Heller Valentine)
Jim McPherson .... lead sculptor
Jim McPherson .... mold maker
Hal Miles .... special effects crew
Margaret Prentice .... special effects crew (as Margaret Beserra)
Robert Standlee .... special effects
Hal Miles .... animatronic supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Jean Malahni .... stunt double: Kimberly MacArthur (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Doug Chartier .... best boy
Doug Chartier .... dolly grip
Terry Clothe .... grip: shadowspreader
Rick Lamb .... additional camera operator
Rick Lamb .... first assistant camera
Michael Michaud .... gaffer
Michelle Pazer .... second assistant camera
James Lawrence Spencer .... key grip (as Jim Spencer)
David Watson .... electrician
David Watson .... grip
Derek Wells .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nadine Reimers .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
James Carter .... color timer (as Jim Carter)
Audrey Evans .... apprentice editor
Monique A. Le Bleu .... apprentice assistant editor (as Monique Le Bleu)
Larry Rennick .... assistant editor (as Larry Renick)
 
Other crew
Gayle F. Bohnoff .... production assistant
Waldo Brain .... production accountant
Patty Consoldane .... production coordinator
Kathleen M. Courtney .... production coordinator
Greg Hittelman .... production assistant (as Greg Hittleman)
Cindy Horowitz .... assistant: Deborah Brock
Benjamin Lipton .... production assistant
Barbel Parker .... production assistant
Cathy Santiago .... production assistant
Helen Pinkston .... script supervisor (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Brian Catalde .... special thanks
Frank Devany .... special thanks
Colin Edwards .... special thanks
Jed Horovitz .... special thanks
James Pavis .... special thanks
Ramona Pavis .... special thanks
Vincent Pavis .... special thanks
Mark Root .... special thanks
Randy Rudnick .... special thanks
Bruce Stubblefield .... special thanks
Daryll White .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
75 min | USA:90 min
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Certification:
Australia:R | Canada:R | UK:(Banned) | UK:18 (TV rating) | UK:R (original rating) (1988) | USA:R | West Germany:18

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Trivia:
This movie was filmed under the title "Don't Let Go."See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When the girls are driving up to the cottage and Courtney is staring out the window, when the camera focuses on her you can clearly see the green screen in the rear passenger's window.See more »
Quotes:
T.J.:[after Courtney, half-drowned, is helped out of the swimming pool] . How's your headache?See more »
Movie Connections:
References A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)See more »
Soundtrack:
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FAQ

What are the differences between the R-Rated Version and the German VHS Version?
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9 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Charming rocknroll driller killer flick, 14 December 2004
Author: ThrownMuse from The land of the Bunyips

I'm a fan of the original "Slumber Party Massacre" and its half-hearted attempt at breaking slasher rules. Included on the DVD is an insane trailer for this sequel, and I bought it because I thought the trailer was so hilarious. I knew it would be an awful movie. Almost everything about it is technically bad. I was a bit bummed that the trailer gave the whole movie away (and, in my opinion, was more entertaining than the movie!) Even still, this is a super fun piece of 80s camp. We have an all-girl rock band (a la The Bangles) who go out to a condo for a slumber party/band practice weekend. The lead character is a grown-up Courtney, the youngest girl who survived the original SPM, played by Crystal Bernard of TVs "Wings." She has terrible nightmares about her institutionalized sister and the Driller Killer. Except the killer isn't the nasty old schizo from the original. He's a sexy leather-clad psychobilly (think Lux Interior of the Cramps) with a spiky red electric guitar that has a drill coming out of the neck! Courtney's dreams start to seem all too real, and just when her friends begin to think she is insane, the driller killer crosses over from her dreams into reality and starts offing her friends, performing an obligatory song and dance before each kill. The basic plot is a ridiculous cross between "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Friday the 13th," but that doesn't matter because the movie is just an excuse to be hilariously twisted (the driller killer, a flying dead chicken, a gigantic exploding zit). This movie clocks in at 75 minutes, with most of the drilling occurring in the last 20 minutes or so. But if you like cheesy 80s horror and sleazy rocknroll, then "Slumber Party Massacre II" is for you. I loved it! My rating: 7/10

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