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Slasher one-off (non-franchise) films with cult standing. Year One of Double Feature is returning! Details within! Studios marketing a film ...
Posted May 22, 2014
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
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Slasher one-off (non-franchise) films with cult standing. Year One of Double Feature is returning! Details within! Studios marketing a film differently with each home video release, essentially telling audiences it’s about something different now. Prom Night is watching a slasher film before “slasher” became a genre. The red herring. Consider: if it’s worth doing, it’s worth over-doing. How the 80s slasher film disrespects its audience, and how its audience came to love that. Horror films based on events and holidays. Another return of Mean Creek kids being mean as pranks go wrong. Revising the group lie / cover-up. Peer pressure and the pack mentality. Why the memorable slashers (Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers, etc) are the least personal characters in their films. The all female cast of The House on Sorority Row. When you call for the police.
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Released: July 18, 1980
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Director: Paul Lynch
Writer: William Gray, Robert Guza Jr.
Starring: Leslie Nielsen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Casey Stevens
A masked killer stalks four teenagers, responsible for the accidental death of a little girl six years earlier, at their high school's senior prom.
The House on Sorority Row
Released: January 21, 1983
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Director: Mark Rosman
Writer: Mark Rosman, Bobby Fine
Starring: Kate McNeil, Eileen Davidson, Janis Ward
After a seemingly innocent prank goes horribly wrong, a group of sorority sisters are stalked and murdered one by one in their sorority house while throwing a party to celebrate their graduation.