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  • Actors: Michelle Michaels, Robin Stille
  • Directors: Amy Holden Jones
  • Format: Anamorphic, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: March 18, 2014
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GSTHD1G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,320 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

• New HD Transfer From The Original Camera Negative

• Sleepless Nights: The Making Of The Slumber Party Massacre

• Audio Commentary With Director Amy Holden Jones, Actors Michael Villela And Debra De Liso

• Theatrical Trailer


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Product Description

When Trish (Michele Michaels) decides to invite her high school girls’ basketball teammates over for a slumber party, she has no idea the night is going to end with an unexpected guest (an escaped mental patient and his portable power drill) crashing the party in the cult classic, The Slumber Party Massacre.

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Makes its high-def debut courtesy of Scream Factory, the newly crowned patron saint of horror movies. The 1080p transfer created from the original camera negative looks very good; this is a low-budget movie that's over 30 years old, but the Blu-ray is easily the best it has ever looked --DVD Verdict

Customer Reviews

I'm definitely not giving this 3 stars because of content.
Lord Darkseid
Alot of people say how they dislike this movie,i dont know i found it to be quite good...i mean its a slasher flick are u expecting it to be a 3 hour suspense movie?
John Doe
The original Slumber Party Massacre is one of the best slasher films of the early 80's and a hoot to watch.
Jonathon Knigh

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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Watts on February 7, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
At a time when many horror films are without nudity its always refreshing to watch one filled with nuditorial aspects. This 1980's slasher flick did of course come out at the time of the Halloween series, Friday The 13th series etc. but I don't bash it as a rip-off or anything, I look at it as fun horror entertainment. When the flick opens we get cool music, and cool shots that lead to a house with a girl who gets nude for a moment, telling us we're watching the right movie. The radio tell us a maniac has escaped from a looney-bin, and is now out killing every bimbo and boy in town with a three-foot long drill. Giving him the name : The Driller-Killer! Of course there's a large body-count including the poor 'ol pizza dude! And one of the babes actually eats pizza while going threw the hell, to calm herself. Plenty of dead bodies, gore and breasts to please horror buffs like myself.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on September 1, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I must be getting dense in my old age...why, you ask? Because, if you've seen this film, then you most likely picked up on the very phallic nature of the oversized drill the killer uses in Slumber Party Massacre (1982), something I didn't catch on to until near the end, during the sequence by the swimming pool, when one of the female characters went on the offensive and...well, again, if you've seen it, you know...if not, I don't want to give it away. My point is, looking back on it, the obviousness seems so, well...obvious. Oh well...originally written by acclaimed novelist, poet, feminist, orphan, humorist, nuclear activist, screenwriter, lesbian, and animal lover Rita Mae Brown (I don't know if her cat Sneaky Pie had anything to do with this), and directed by Amy Holden Jones (Maid to Order), the film stars Michelle Michaels (Death Wish 4: The Crackdown), the late Robin Stille (Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama), and Michael Villella (Wild Orchid). Also appearing is Debra Deliso (Iced), Andree Honore, Gina Mari (Fire Down Below), Joseph Alan Johnson (Hollywood Hot Tubs), David Millbern (Bikini Summer), Pamela Roylance ("Little House on the Prairie"), and scream queen Brinke Stevens (Nightmare Sisters, Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity), in one of her first credited roles.

As the film opens, we're enjoying a quiet, suburban morning on a quiet, suburban street, and the only one stirring is the paperboy on his rounds....hmmm, let's see the headlines...GOP Lifts Social Security Ax?! Oh wait...there seem to be another, something about an escaped mass murderer...anyway, we're now in a bedroom of a young woman (later we find out her name is Trish, played by Michaels).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By matt on October 17, 2000
Format: DVD
Slumber Party Massacre is a silly movie, but it's supposed to be. The plot, as it stands, revolves around the escape of a maniac from a local mental institution who begins terrorizing members of a high school female basketball team. This one really tends to be a lot of fun, it's by no means a great horror movie, but it's all done in good humor with a female director and writer. What's really surprising is the amount of female nudity in this film. Although it's not terribly explicit, this IS an exploitation film-one needs to look no further than the gym shower scene to understand that. Slumber Party Massacre also manages to pile on some great gore effects and some genuinely funny moments (the bit with the pizza boy is hilarious). For the brisk run time of 77 minutes, this is a fully loaded exploitation fan's dream and a great 80's slasher. It won't win any awards, but have some friends over, gather around and have a blast, you won't regret owning this one!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 18, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I first watched "The Slumber Party Massacre" on cable because I happened to catch that women both wrote (Rita Mae Brown) and directed (Amy Holden Jones). I am surprised that many reviewers criticize this 1982 splatter flick for not reflecting feminist sensibilities, but I have to say that my immediate reaction to the film was that it was different from the tradition being established by "Halloween," "Friday the 13th," and their host of immitators. Yes, early on in the film there is a shower scene and this provides a perfect opportunity to figure out which one of these young women is the "good girl" who is going to be alive at the end of the film. However, all those who enjoyed how "Scream" both honored and subverted the rules of this particular genre should appreciate that this film does the same thing. In fact, I am going to go way off on a sociological limb and argue that "The Slumber Party Massacre" is indeed a feminist splatter flick.
We all know that the supposed sub-text of slasher films is that those who have unsafe sex are (literally) risking their lives. Laurie Strode remains the icon good girl, who survives in the original "Halloween" because she is a virgin and therefore not sneaking around with her boyfriend while a killer is in the house (forget for a minute the "Halloween II" revelation that Laurie and Michael Myers are siblings). Even though she is a straight-arrow of the group, she is part of the group. Here friends hold out hope for her getting a date (remember Ben Craemer?). Her girl friends die because they are preoccupied with sex.
However, in "The Slumber Party Massacre" the good girl is much more than a virgin.
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