Slumber Party Massacre II

Year: 1987

Director: Deborah Brock

Written by: Deborah Brock

Threat: Psychopath

Weapon of Choice: Guitar Drill

IMDb page: IMDb link

       Slumber Party Massacre II

Rish Outfield's reviews
At times like these, I wish we had made up a couple more categories. Categories like "Fast-Forward Button Necessary," "Dirty Feeling After Viewing," "Impossibly Boring/Useless Subplot," "No Explanation of Important Plotpoint," and "Inconceivably Un-scary Villain." This movie was awful, but not in the same way that other slasher movies are awful. I hated it because of how dull it was, how it kept feeling like an Afterschool Special, how unmotivated the ‘horror' was, and how tempted I was just to turn it off. We've got another "Wings" star here--Crystal Bernard this time, but even if you're her biggest fan, don't consider this movie. Pointless dream-sequences abounded, repeatedly displaying the effects that would occur later in the show. Even the nudity, usually so pervasive (and entertaining) in this type of movie, was garishly absent. The villain, a cross between Andrew Dice Clay, Val Kilmer, and...well, Andrew Dice Clay, was never explained, so we don't know if he was a psycho, a ghost, or the figment of someone's imagination. Plus, worst of all, he would say the stupidest things like "I can't get no satisfaction," and would laugh, as if this was supposed to be either funny or scary (I couldn't tell which, because I was neither). When the movie was over, I was depressed that I had wasted almost an hour of my already pathetic life.
Best Scare: There were no scares, boys and girls, but there was a cool pus-squirting effect.
I'd Recommend It To: Someone who needs to be humbled. But not in your case.

The tyranist's thoughts
There really is nothing to recommend this movie. It is bland and slow through most of the plot. Then when the killer does show up and start killing people I uttered the biggest "What the Hell?" of my short career. Unfortunately, this movie starts out like it is going to be kind of cool and much better than a lot of little slasher films. Don't be drawn in. Use the remote whenever someone starts to sing and don't worry about turning this off half way through. You haven't missed a thing.

Sequel skull
Owes everything to/rips off earlier film
Sequel setup
Bad title
Bad premise skull
Bad acting skull
Bad dialogue skullskull
MTV Editing
OTS skull
Girl unnecessarily gets naked skull
Wanton sex skull
Death associated with sex
Characters forget about threat
Secluded location skull
Power is cut
Phone lines are cut skull
Someone investigates a strange noise
Someone runs up stairs instead of going out front door skull
Camera is the killer skull
Victims cower in front of a window/door skull
Toilet stall scene
Victim locks self in with killer
Killer is in car with victim skull
Cat jumps out
Fake scare skull
Laughable scare skull
Blood hits camera
Killer doesn't stay dead skull
Stupid discovery of corpse skull
Dream sequence skullskull
Victim running from killer inexplicably falls skull
No one believes only witness skullskull
Blood fountain skull
Poor death effect
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Music detracts from scene skullskull
Horror film showing on TV/in theater in movie
Future celebrity appears skull Crystal Bernard
No one dies at all
Death in first five minutes
Virgin survives skull
Geek/Nerd survives
Little kid lamely survives
Dog/Pet miraculously survives
Villain is more sympathetic than heroes
Unresolved subplots skullskull
"It was all a dream" ending skull
Unbelievably happy ending
What the hell? skullskull

Total Skulls: 34

Other movies in this series:
The Slumber Party Massacre
Slumber Party Massacre III
Sorority House Massacre 2: Nighty Nightmare
Hard to Die
The Cheerleader Massacre