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The Slumber Party Massacre 4K 1982 Ultra HD 2160p

The Slumber Party Massacre 4K 1982 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Movies 4K , Horror 4K
Country: USA
Time: 77 min
IMDB: 5.6
Director: Amy Holden Jones
Actors: Michelle Michaels, Robin Stille, Michael Villella, Debra De Liso, Andree Honore, Gina Smika Hunter, Jennifer Meyers, Joseph Alan Johnson, David Millbern, Jim Boyce, Pamela Roylance, Brinke Stevens, Rigg Kennedy, Jean Vargas, Anna Patton, Howard Purgason, Pamela Canzano, Aaron Lipstadt.

Story Movie

The Slumber Party Massacre 4K 1982 Ultra HD 2160p
While her parents are away, high school girl Trish and her friends decide to have a sleepover. She has no idea that a maniac named Russ Thorne, who killed five people in 1969 and recently escaped from a mental institution, has already armed himself with a drill bit and is creeping closer and closer.

Review 4K Movie

Slasher evolved most vividly in the '70s and '80s, though from the outside this evolution was like a state of lethargic sleep - bad people with shifts in their heads and with developed (judging by their strength) muscles were extremely viciously chopping up people who weren't any good themselves: can you count the total number of naked boobs and smoked joints in the history of slashers? It's like saying that Oka is small; you can, but it's useless.

Judging by the fact that now they're trying to push (horror!) social background and something else clever and unnecessary into horror movies, you begin to realize that it would be better for the lethargic dream to go on and on. No, there are some good horror movies coming out these days (I wish I could see more of them), but they need a good old slasher injection in my opinion.

It's true that in the eighties they played their game: the crisis of ideas led to the fact that enthusiasts began to go out into nature and stamp out scarecrows at the rate of five scenes taken per second. Obviously, this couldn't stay away, so the parodies began to slowly come out.

With all due respect to 'Bloody Party' (there is another name - 'Girls Night Massacre', but it is too long) it reminds us of a parody in some places - some scenes build up to it, and considering that this film is made mainly by women, the thought of feminist rage arises by itself - after women have been faithfully slaughtered in slashers for twenty years running.

The film is very convincing - murder, blood, good music (I'm not a fan of synths, but at least the track in the scene where Russ Thorn - the maniac - was chasing a girl around the school amused me), also the girls are not bad (they just piss and are deaf, yeah), the school scene again - the girl was fine, though there's plenty more besides her.

Somewhere in the middle the director takes note of such a rare and original gimmick as 'False Threat' - when someone abruptly puts a hand on someone's shoulder, the frightened man turns around and sees his girlfriend, mother, hubby, matchmaker, houseboy - anyone but a maniac (this also includes the moments when someone jumps out in front of someone from behind a corner with the duty 'Sorry, I did not mean to scare you'). This gimmick is repeated seven times in a row, but when the patience begins to run out and the viewer is ready to whip the creators of the picture with all the brass basins for the monotony, the massacre comes on again, which faithfully pleases to the very end.

The blood, which is poured out here a lot, serves the same function as in every one-dollar slasher of those days - to distract the viewer from the lack of real special effects, which are few here (except for the severed hand), but the old as Alla Puga... uh, world formula works well and the kills are extremely satisfying.

From the actors we would definitely like to mark out Michael Willella, the maniac who plays Russ Thorn - he is a real one, but the screenwriters didn't bother to explain how he got to this life, and it would have been nice to know. The rest of the cast is average, but they don't really get in the way of the movie.

So there's that kind of pie, as one TV reporter who got the power of God used to say. It's easy to berate the horror films of those days for their monotony, but few actually bother to watch them. Instead of watching some lame 'Pulse' for the 200th time, it's better to turn on this film, which is not particularly interesting in terms of plot (you can't be interested in something that doesn't exist), but by the amount of action is a quintessential slasher of the time.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (77.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 2.0

English SDH.


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