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Five college women buy the old Hokstedter place for their new sorority house. They got it cheap because of the bloody incidents from five years before. They decide to stay in it for the night so they can meet the movers in the morning, but begin to get the creeps when the weird neighbor Orville Ketchum starts poking around. Shortly after the women take showers and consult a Ouija board they begin experiencing an attrition problem.Written by
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This is a sequel in name only. It was conceived by Jim Wynoraski when he noticed some sets were available in Roger Corman's studios. He was given permission by Roger's wife, Julie Corman, to film there while she and her husband were out of town, only under the condition that Roger not find out. It was written, cast and filmed under the title "Jim Wynorski's House of Babes" in just seven days with no producer supervision. Roger was pleasantly surprised with how well the film turned out. The title was changed to "Nightie Nightmare" before the Cormans decided that it would sell better if it were a sequel to an existing film, hence why the film has nothing to do with the original "Sorority House Massacre". See more »
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I liked and enjoyed "Sorority House Massacre II" because it goes directly to the point since minute 0 of running time.
The movie's opening credits are cool enough. The music in the style of "Phantom Of The Opera" and the orange bright letters are indication of something. The movie follows the bright tone of the opening credits until the end.
For about 90 minutes we have hot, and I mean HOT women in skimpy lingerie running around the house and some bar while escaping from a possessed butcher. That's all you have to know.
"Sorority House Massacre" is an entertaining 80's flick but it isn't for everyone who is into the Slasher genre. There is minimal gore, violence, or even suspense. True, the House is creepy enough but mainly because of the decent cinematography and correct use of lightning and thunders. It's also true that this movie fits better in the cheesy category because there isn't room for logic or common sense.
So I would only recommend this movie for a teenager male audience who will be cheering our hot heroines anytime they run or scream.
This is sexy material in the Slasher genre. Nothing more or less.
Jim Wynorski created a decent cheesefest with lots of hot women. The man truly knows the business.
Gail Harris and Melissa Moore are excellent. They are truly beautiful and had some skills to become scream queens. Too bad it didn't happen.
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