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Slumber Party Slaughterhouse: The Game (2008)

In SLUMBER PARTY SLAUGHTERHOUSE: THE GAME, audiences get the chance to put their horror movie trivia skills to the test while also helping a recently deceased high school geek take revenge ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tiffany Shepis ... Miranda
Masuimi Max ... Polaroid Dolly
Joanna Angel ... Ariana
Melissa R. Bacelar ... Angelgirl (as Melissa Bacelar)
Katie Nisa ... Devilgirl
Aaron Takahashi ... Paul Tard
Whisky Whisky ... Sally
Alister Angel Alister Angel ... Wednesday
Page Turner Page Turner ... Ms. Big
Daisy Sparks Daisy Sparks ... Tootie
Cali Nova Cali Nova ... Sunset
Morgan Mae Morgan Mae ... Hooker
Wendy McColm ... Silly Jilly
Mason Robb Mason Robb ... Clive
James Lynch James Lynch ... Hammer


In SLUMBER PARTY SLAUGHTERHOUSE: THE GAME, audiences get the chance to put their horror movie trivia skills to the test while also helping a recently deceased high school geek take revenge on his former friends. The story follows Paul Tard, a geek on the eve of his high school graduation. Paul's friends are throwing a graduation party with hookers and drugs, but, when they come up one hooker short, Paul is uninvited to the party. Drowning his sorrows in wine stolen from a homeless man, Paul decides to take a bubble bath and bring along his laptop for some internet porn. Of course, the laptop falls in the bathtub and Paul electrocutes himself to death. None of this would have happened if he'd only been invited to the party, so Paul sells his soul to a demon in exchange for the power to take revenge on his former friends. Structurally, SLUMBER PARTY SLAUGHTERHOUSE: THE GAME is a trivia challenge. Whenever Paul wants to kill one of his friends, the demon asks a horror movie trivia ... Written by Maddy Dawson

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A Good Round of Fun For Slasher Fans
8 November 2008 | by gavin6942See all my reviews

DVD games have been around for a while now, with varying degrees of entertainment value. Some, like Scene It are fun and sell very well. Others, like Family Feud are not worth the time to even put the disc in the player. Horror has been quiet on this front. I've awaited a horror Scene It with no luck... and now, finally, someone has made an attempt to break in to this untapped market with "Slumber Party Slaughterhouse".

The set up is very much geared towards the lower budget horror fans, those who like the sex and drugs and violence... the punks, not so much the auteurs. And what else would you expect from Halo 8? You play as Paul Tard, a recent graduate who is rejected from his own party and accidentally dies while watching porn. As a ghost, he is assisted by Devilgirl (or Angelgirl, played by Killer Reviews favorite Melissa Bacelar) in massacring his friends and a house full of prostitutes.

The catch is that in order to proceed, Paul (with the viewer's help) must answer questions about slasher films. Hope you know your "Friday the 13th" and your "Child's Play" because you'll need it if you want to see some splattered whores. And we're not just talking any two-bit actresses they found on the street, boys. Porn star Joanna Angel ("Re-Penetrator") is here, and so is one of my favorite actresses (and sweet lady), Tiffany Shepis ("Nightmare Man"). And more... directed by Halo 8's finest directors.

All the blood, sex and punk rock is a perfect mix... with only one real concern. What is the replay value of the game? I'd say it's a mid-level. You won't want to play it all the time, and the questions may become stale. But I also wouldn't say it's not worth picking up. Even as just a film it's pretty enjoyable, if you're into that hooker murder thing. I recommend you get your copy... order it from Halo 8 or a local vendor you trust for your horror needs. This one may slide under the radar but I can see it gaining a cult following.

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