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B. Harrison Smith
After accidentally murdering her boyfriend, Debbie Dicky moves to a new town and meets three girls who invite her to a sleepover. The very same night there is a breakout at the local insane asylum where forty serial killers escape and head over to crash the party. However, the girls at the slumber party might not be as helpless as the killers think.Written by
Awesome title. I love Troma and indie films in general (proper indie films, I mean, not rebranded big studio, Oscar-hunting rubbish) and Psycho Sleepover's one of the best. These guys also made Yeti: A Love Story, which kicks similar amounts of ass. PS has some really cheap, shoddy gore effects, but that just kinda makes it funnier. It's well lit with good sound and all the actors are enthusiastic and funny, even if some of them aren't Daniel Day Lewis. Seriously brilliant film. If you're not into the high-budget/low-imagination Hollywood horror-comedies (Scream 4, you suck) but still want some killing and maiming between jokes, then totally check out Psycho Sleepover.
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