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The Slumber Party Massacre

The Slumber Party Massacre

The Slumber Party Massacre is a 1982 American slasher film directed by Amy Holden Jones and written by Rita Mae Brown. In the film, an 18-year old is left alone by her parents and plans on celebrating a slumber party with her invited friends, not knowing that a murderer using a power drill has been unexpectedly invited and begins a killing spree. The film was originally written as parody of the slasher genre, however, when it was submitted to the filmmakers, they filmed it not as a parody, but a straight genre film. As a result, the movie displays a lot more humor, both intended and unintended, than others of this genre. When originally released, the film received negative reviews, but ... more on Wikipedia

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