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Murder Party (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Horror | January 2007 (USA)
A random invitation to a Halloween party leads a man into the hands of a rogue collective intent on murdering him for the sake of their art, sparking a bloodbath of mishap, mayhem and hilarity.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Sharp ...
Kate Porterfield ...
Ticketed Lady
Tess Porterfield Lovell ...
Ticketed Little Lady
Puff Snooty ...
Damon Lindsay ...
Subway Rapper
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Macon
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Lexi
Skei Saulnier ...
Sky
Paul Goldblatt ...
Paul
William Lacey ...
Bill
Alex Barnett ...
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Zycho
Sampson Saulnier ...
Hellhammer
Beryl Guceri ...
Photo Assistant
Michael Clomegah ...
Party Doorman
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Storyline

On Halloween Eve in Brooklyn, an average Joe loser named Chris finds an invitation to a costume party. Arriving at the "party", Chris discovers he's fallen prey to the lethal trap set by deranged artists. As the night wears on, rivalries within the group flare up. A body count accrues, and Chris must take advantage of the ensuing chaos if he's to survive the night. Written by Magnolia Home Ent

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"Everybody Dies!"


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Trivia

Filmed in February 2006 with no money. See more »

Goofs

(at around 1h 5 mins), the boom mic is reflected in the window during the art gallery sequence. See more »

Quotes

Bill: Fuck the scene! Everyone dies!
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Crazy Credits

Instead of "The End," the final listing in the credits is "Party's Over." See more »

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Referenced in Winnebago Man (2009) See more »

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National Lust
Performed by Drunk Horse
Written by Eli Eckert
Tee Pee Records
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Great fun
24 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Really can't compliment this movie enough considering it's no doubt tight budget constraints. The last scrappy indie movie to come up with a smart concept and execute it this well was Blair Witch. Quite refreshing to see a low budget "genre" picture that's actually well-made and delivers the goods. Filmmakers were smart about locations (Brooklyn industrial areas) and using Halloween night in NYC as a backdrop. Very nicely shot, well-edited, but above all it's the acting that makes this movie stand out. Has both broad and subtle humor and it's a lot of fun. Expect creators behind this production to go on to do other bigger and better things.


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