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 ...
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While doing the inventory for a lingerie outlet in a high rise office building, five attractive women are terrorised by a series of bizarre killings. They suspect that the strange janitor, ... See full summary »
Courtney Bates, the younger sister of Valerie, and her friends go to their condo for a weekend getaway, but Courtney can't get rid of the haunting feeling that a supernatural rockabilly driller killer is coming to murder them all.
It's Cheerleader Camp time and the beautiful, busty teams are ready to compete for the State Championship. On their way, one team is brutally murdered by a masked maniac, now the Red team will fight for more than the title.
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 »
When the basement door creaks open as Janie approaches sipping tequila, it is apparent that there is no locking mechanism, simply solid wood. Earlier they have to unlock the door. See more »
[after the ouija board's planchette inexplicably flies off of the board and into the fire, which erupts in flames; the girls scream]
Hey, fuck this!
This is getting too weird.
I mean, really, what was that?
Look, lightning must've hit the house and caused a huge electrical charge, or something.
Yeah, right, that explains everything.
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More thongs and teddies than you can shake a butcher knife at
(*1/2 out of *****) I gotta admit -- it was tough giving this one a low score simply for the base reason that viewers are treated to an absolute cavalcade of bodacious babes in the skimpiest of lingerie, and every single one of them has her own topless scene to boot. But, I gotta be true to myself and rate this according to how it represents the horror/slasher genre, and, unfortunately, it's represented pretty poorly with this derivative junk. This was released the same year as Wynorski's Hard To Die, and both movies have some of the same actors and use flashbacks from the original Slumber Party Massacre rather than the first SHM (don't ask me why.) The plots are also nearly identical, right down to the ho-hum demon posession that's thrown in for laughs. Orville Ketchum also repeats the same role he played in Hard To Die. I don't know if his character is supposed to provide comic relief or what, but, under Wynorski's terrible direction (as in Hard To Die), he gets real tiresome real fast. Overall, this is a poorly-written, highly exploitative, and frustratingly tedious mess, but -- damn me for being a sexist male -- them girls is hot!
HIGHLIGHT: Not to beat this thing into the ground, but I honestly don't think this flick goes five minutes without a gratuitous T&A shot (or two). I need to get out more. ...
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