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Slumber Party Massacre II (1987) Poster

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Former "Playboy" Playmate Kimberly McArthur had it stipulated in her contract that she wouldn't do any nudity.
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The dead pigeon used in the film was an actual, frozen dead pigeon supplied for the film.
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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).
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There was a consideration to have the same actor play both Matt and the killer to "show two sides of the same coin".
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The punk rock band The EverDead recorded an album entitled "Slumber Party Massacre II" which was inspired by this film. The cover art even portrays a drawing of the killer with a guitar drill as featured in the movie.
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This film was presold to Europe before the script was even written.
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The Nest (1988), also a Concorde picture, used the same condo for its scenes. As a result, the crew of this film was forced to contend with a roach problem.
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Cindy Eilbacher ran out of the room crying during her audition for the part of Valerie.
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This movie was filmed under the title "Don't Let Go."
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Director Deborah Brock had a confrontation with executive producer Roger Corman regarding the catering; Corman finally agreed (more or less) to see things her way when she made a wisecrack that caused him to laugh. Brock says that if a person can get Corman to laugh, then it makes things easier in these types of negotiations.
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In order to get word out about his presence on set, without arousing his suspicions, the cast and crew would use the code name "Jennifer" when referring to executive producer Roger Corman.
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Producer Don Daniel had been a radio DJ and in addition to appearing on screen as a neighbor provides the voices of DJs in the film.
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The two cops are named Officers Voorhies and Kreuger as a nod to slasher-film characters Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger.
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Juliette Cummins (Sheila) and Heidi Kozak (Sally) are both alumni of the "Friday the 13th" series. Juliette had previously played Robin in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) and Heidi would go on to play Sandra in Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988).
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The driving scenes were shot without permits.
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The UK video certificate was rejected by the BBFC in 1988 after the distributor refused to make the (heavy) cuts requested.
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Atanas Ilitch was the first person to audition for the part of The Driller Killer; director Deborah Brock was still obliged to look at other actors for the role, but in the end came right back to Ilitch as the best choice.
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Juliette Cummins hurt her knee after she fell for real while running outside.
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Heidi Kozak noticed that the cutoff jean shorts she wears were getting shorter and shorter every day. She later found out that the costumer would pull threads out of them at the end of each filming day to make them shorter. After the discovery, she got herself a new pair of shorts.
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Heidi Kozak filmed her death scene on her birthday. She ate cake in her death makeup.
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