Over the last two years for Halloween, I've done nothing but review Scream Factory releases. Though entertaining as heck movies (not to mention they're currently having a sale every week in celebration of this glorious holiday), this year I sought something more. Due to how you love to see me in utter dismay through my various Michael Bay experiences and see in me gittiness over things I do like), This year I decided that YOU would choose what I'd see. So I sent the word out to various friends and people via the forums/twitter/Facebook. These are the choices. These are the Thirteen Slays of Halloween that I will endure. Will a film from these various selections break me or entertain me? Only one way to find out! Yes, this is going to be a reoccurring theme at the beginning of this article.
Day Ten, is an entry well the entire film series was recommended to me. However I chose one of the three and that's the one that started it all, The Slumber Party Massacre (1982). I've heard a lot about this film series, but never ever watched a movie from the series, well until now. Here's the trailer (NSFW warning. The hell? It took ten days to get this kind of trailer?!! HA!):
Here's my thoughts on the movie:
As for the scene I was talking about in the video review, here's that insane clip from the first sequel. I'm still scratching my head at this. THE HELL?! This is either the most awesome thing I've ever watched or the craziest. I'm thinking a mixture of both actually. Speaking of insanity. I've been putting it off for too long, but now I must face my fears again. Tomorrow I've got a grade A stinker of a movie, The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961).
13 Slays of Halloween
Day One: American Mary (2012)
Day Two: Altered (2006)
Day Three: Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
Day Four: Zombie Ass Toilet of the Dead (2011)
Day Six: Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
Day Seven: The Keep (1983)
Day Eight: Venom (2005)
Day Nine: Demoni (1985)
Day Ten: The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)
Day Eleven: The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961)
Day Twelve: John Carpenter's The Thing (1982)