Slaughter Studios has a legendary reputation as the place where a slew of classic low-budget horror movies were made. Long since abandoned and now in ruins, a group of aspiring filmmakers ...
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Slaughter Studios has a legendary reputation as the place where a slew of classic low-budget horror movies were made. Long since abandoned and now in ruins, a group of aspiring filmmakers led by director Steve decide to break into Slaughter Studios so they can shoot one last B-grade creature feature on the premises before it meets the wrecking ball. However, things go awry when Slaughter Studios proves to be the stalking grounds of a vicious psycho. Written by
Though the principal photography took place in February 2001, the final sequences were not filmed until July 2002. The long break was necessitated by the fact that the scenes were to be shot in Malibu, but the rainfall was unusually heavy, so the completion of the film was postponed. Director Brian Katkin actually shot another film during the break in this movie's production. See more »
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I've got some girls in my acting class that'll totally do it.
Some of them are even good too.
That doesn't matter, this script is bulletproof!
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A new generation of filmmakers has snuck into the abandoned Slaughter Studios to make one last film. However, the studio is haunted by a killer... and, you know, that's bad.
Okay, so I had this DVD sitting on my "to watch" pile for a while, and I thought it would be a pile of trash, coming from New Concorde (who the heck are New Concorde?) and with a cover that seems like a ripoff of "Hell Night". But, surprise, I actually really loved it and my girlfriend laughed hard.
The plot, that this is going to be the last film shot at Slaughter Studios, is sort of true... it was indeed the last film shot at Roger Corman's studio before it was torn down. And it started off as a remake off "Slumber Party Massacre" before a script change, which I think saved it...
Additionally, the DVD has a director's commentary (I haven't listened yet) and some trailers... including a trailer for "Lethal Force" that is pretty funny.
But not as funny as the film's ending (you really have to wait for it).
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