History Film / TheSlumberPartyMassacre

9th Aug '15 6:11:58 PM DawnBTVS
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* DeadPersonImpersonation: Thorn briefly pretends to be the pizza guy behind the door of the slumber partiers' house. When they ask about the money they owe for the pizzas, he answer with his current bodycount.

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* DeadPersonImpersonation: Thorn briefly pretends to be the pizza guy behind the door of the slumber partiers' house. When they ask about the money they owe for the pizzas, he answer with his current bodycount.body count.



* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: The title tells everything what potential viewer needs to know about the film; that it has gratuitous fanservice and plenty of death.

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* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: The title tells everything what potential viewer needs to know about the film; that it has gratuitous fanservice fan service and plenty of death.



* ManBitesMan: Neil despereately attacks Thron with a knife. As they struggle on the ground Thorn bites him, takes the knife and proceeds to stab him repeatedly.
* NotQuiteDead: Mortally wounded Thorn falls into a pool, and as reliefed Valerie hugs her sister Courtney, he rises from it to attack them once more.

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* ManBitesMan: Neil despereately desperately attacks Thron Thorn with a knife. As they struggle on the ground Thorn bites him, takes the knife and proceeds to stab him repeatedly.
* NotQuiteDead: Mortally wounded wounded, Thorn falls into a pool, pool and as reliefed a relieved Valerie hugs her sister Courtney, he rises from it to attack them once more.



* ShoutOut: After the lights go out, Kim and Jackie mimic ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' theme when Trish tells them that the fusebox is in the (possibly spooky) garage.

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* ShoutOut: After the lights go out, Kim and Jackie mimic ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' theme when Trish tells them that the fusebox fuse box is in the (possibly spooky) garage.



* ThisIsADrill: Thorn picks up a power drill from the telephone van where he committs his first onscreen murder, and uses it as his WeaponOfChoice for the rest of the movie.

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* ThisIsADrill: Thorn picks up a power drill from the telephone van where he committs commits his first onscreen murder, and uses it as his WeaponOfChoice for the rest of the movie.
8th Jul '15 11:54:03 AM Indyclone77
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* ManBitesMan: Neil despereately attacks Thron with a knife. As they struggle on the ground Thorn bites him, takes the knife and proceeds to stabe him repeatedly.

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* ManBitesMan: Neil despereately attacks Thron with a knife. As they struggle on the ground Thorn bites him, takes the knife and proceeds to stabe stab him repeatedly.
4th Jul '15 11:04:45 AM ouijaboar
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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre, resulting in an IndecisiveParody.

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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical a satirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre, resulting in an IndecisiveParody.
23rd Feb '15 9:16:14 AM DawnBTVS
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* BetweenMyLegs: The movie poster, as seen above. Also, notice the placement of the drill.

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* BetweenMyLegs: The movie poster, as seen above. Also, notice the placement of the drill. The same shot (drill hanging between the legs) is done during one of the actual murders of the girls as well in the film.
14th Nov '14 7:51:55 AM erforce
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* OnceIsNotEnough: As Thorn attack Trish and Kim inside the room that they barricaded themselves in, Trish manages to momentarily knock him out with [[BatterUp a baseball bat]]. She and Kim then proceed to start removing the makeshift barricade, ignoring the unconscious killer lying helplessly on the floor.

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* OnceIsNotEnough: As Thorn attack Trish and Kim inside the room that they barricaded themselves in, Trish manages to momentarily knock him out with [[BatterUp a baseball bat]]. She and Kim then proceed to start removing the makeshift barricade, ignoring the unconscious killer lying helplessly on the floor.



* ShoutOut: After the lights go out, Kim and Jackie mimic ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' theme when Trish tells them that the fusebox is in the (possibley spooky) garage.

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* ShoutOut: After the lights go out, Kim and Jackie mimic ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' theme when Trish tells them that the fusebox is in the (possibley (possibly spooky) garage.
13th Nov '14 10:58:47 AM erforce
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: The girls read the horoscope for Scorpio, which is Diane's sign, that she's going to "get ahead" with the opposite sex. She later finds her boyfriend decapitated.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: The girls read the horoscope for Scorpio, which is Diane's sign, which states that she's going to "get ahead" with the opposite sex. She later finds her boyfriend decapitated.



* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: The title tells everything that potential viewer needs to know about the film, that it has gratuitous fanservice and plenty of death.

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* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: The title tells everything that what potential viewer needs to know about the film, film; that it has gratuitous fanservice and plenty of death.
13th Nov '14 9:15:24 AM erforce
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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre, resulting in an IdecisiveParody.

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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre, resulting in an IdecisiveParody.IndecisiveParody.
13th Nov '14 9:14:37 AM erforce
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* CatScare: Cleaning up the mess she made in the kitchen, Jana hears a strange scratching noise in her house. She goes to investigate, and pinpoints the source to a closet. She opens the door, and a screaming cat leaps out. How did it get locked in there? Nobody knows.

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* CatScare: Cleaning up the mess she made in the kitchen, Jana hears a strange scratching noise in her house. She goes to investigate, and pinpoints the source to a closet. She opens the door, and a screaming cat leaps out. How did it get locked in there? Nobody knows. The film then proceeds to do the same with pranking teens and a neighbor killing snails with a meat cleaver. At one point there is a streak of seven consecutive false scares before the killer shows up.
13th Nov '14 9:04:46 AM erforce
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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre.

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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre.genre, resulting in an IdecisiveParody.
13th Nov '14 9:03:57 AM erforce
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* SpoofedTheIronicFilmSeriously: The film was written as asatirical jab at the slasher genre for its victimization of women and excessive nudity. Its ''directors'' took it seriously, filming it as a straight example of the genre.
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