Melody, Marci, and Mickey are three geeky college girls who can't get a date. One night, they invite some geeky college guys over and have a seance that results in the girls becoming ... See full summary »
A young woman develops a taste for human blood after undergoing experimental plastic surgery, and her victims turn into rabid, blood-thirsty zombies who proceed to infect others, which turns into a city-wide epidemic.
An unknown killer, clad in World War II U.S. Army fatigues, stalks a small New Jersey town bent on reliving a 35 year-old double murder by focusing on a group of college kids holding an annual Spring Dance.
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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The location for the sorority house was later used in two other Linnea Quigley movies: Murder Weapon (1989) and Linnea's Quigley's Horror Workout (1990). See more »
What is this, Midnight Wimp Bowling League?
Who are you? The Bride of Dracula?
Oooo. Jump back. Prom queen on the loose. Or is it high school hookers?
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The 1988 UK Colorbox video release (as "The Imp") was cut by 1 min 9 secs by the BBFC with edits to closeup shots of 2 women being spanked with a bat and a scene where a naked girl is threatened by woman wielding a whip. See more »
It's good that Joe Bob Briggs looks more alert and even-keeled here than in the previous entry, "The Prowler," because otherwise it would be damn near impossible to sit through David DeCoteau's execrable "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama." As with all of DeCoteau's movies, there's barely any direction going on beyond pointing a camera and shooting, leaving the actors confused about their cues and dialogue, which makes for a number of awkward moments and long silences. Although the three B-movie scream queens are all here (Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer), Quigley's the only one with any noteworthy screen presence but there's nothing for her to do. Briggs has some pretty interesting tidbits to share with the audience, but once you know that the movie was shot in little over a week, you know that it has little value. (The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs)
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