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Mel Johnson Jr.
Three frat boys sneak into the Tri-Delt sorority to witness the initiation of new pledges and are caught. The pledges must go to the local bowling lane and steal a trophy, aided by the unwanted frat boys. An accident causes the trophy to break, releasing an evil imp who then begins wreaking havoc with the teens, who begin suffering an attrition problem. Written by
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Uncle Imp's Party Bowl... Well-worth the admission price!
In this clever low-budget variation on The Monkey's Paw, two sorority pledges, a trio of geeks, and a criminal misfit run afoul of a murderous, wish-granting imp. David DeCoteau offers up a hilarious medley of characters, headlined by scream queens Linnea Quigley, Michelle Bauer, and Brinke Stevens. Joining them in this romp is Nightmare on Elm Street 4's Andras Jones and Night of the Demons' Hal Havins, both hamming it up in hilarious ways.
While the effects are laughably amateur, the plot is fun, the settings are visually pleasing, and the evil "Uncle Imp" is quite iconic and quotable, long after the film is through. The late George "Buck" Flower shows up from time-to-time as a near-deaf janitor who knows more about the little monster than he lets on... and definitely adds to the fun.
Sorority Babes at the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama is a b-movie riot. Coupled with the equally amusing Slavegirls from Beyond Infinity (an equally-silly variation of The Most Dangerous Game), these two films make for a fantastic night of low-budget horror/comedy!
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