The film actually began life as a remake of The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), and writers John Huckert and Dan Acre were hired to pen the script. But after visiting the soon-to-be-demolished studio they came up with this idea instead. Producer 'Damien Akhavi' helped them write the story. Footage from the original 'The Slumber Party Massacre' can still be seen during a murder sequence as an inside joke for the production crew. See more »
The position of the girl's arm as she's holding the boom mic changes between shots. See more »
How are we possibly going to film it?
Gary's got a camera, it'll work! Tell 'em Gary!
I've... got a camera... it'll work
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Slaughter Studios was left abandoned after an actor dies on the set of a movie decades back. In the present day, Steve, an aspiring director plans to break into the Studios before it gets demolished. An unseen maniac soon starts killing the unsuspecting crew. This film has the gore. It has the copious amounts of nudity. I just can't help to feel that it would have been better if it were played straighter with less insanely stupid comedy. As it is, I've seen much worse horror/ comedies then this, trust me. Some of those said worse movies are used as stock footage in this one, by the way.
My Grade: C-
DVD Extras: Commentary by Brian Katkin and Christopher Farrell; Original Trailer; Trailers for "Stalled", "Shakedown" and "Lethal Force"
Eye Candy: Serra Ellison, Eva Frajko, Lorissa McComas, and Laura Otis get topless; Tara Killian does full body nudity
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