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|The Slumber Party Massacre|
|Title:||The Slumber Party Massacre|
|Directed by:||Amy Jones|
|Written by:||Rita Mae Brown|
|Produced by:||Roger Corman; Amy Jones; Aaron Lipstadt; Mark Allan|
|Music by:||Ralph Jones|
|Edited by:||Sean Foley|
|Distributed by:||Santa Fe Productions|
New World Pictures
|Released:||November 12th, 1982|
|Running time:||77 min.|
|Next:||Slumber Party Massacre II|
The Slumber Party Massacre is an American horror film of the slasher subgenre. It is the first installment of a series that yielded two direct sequels, and two spin-off films. The movie was directed by Amy Jones with a script written by Rita Mae Brown. It was produced by Santa Fe Productions and distributed through New World Pictures. It premiered in the United States on November 12th, 1982.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Michael Villela||Russ Thorn|
|Jim Boyce||John Minor|
|Ryan Kennedy||David Contant|
|Jean Vargas||Telephone repairwoman|
|Anna Patton||Mrs. Devereaux|
|Howard Purgason||Mister Deveraux|
|Aaron Lipstadt||Pizza boy|
|Francis Menendez||Paper boy|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Slumber Party Massacre, Slumber Party Massacre (1982), The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), and Slumber Party Massacre, The all redirect to this page.
- The tagline to this film is "Close your eyes for a second... and sleep forever".
- There are a total of nineteen credited cast members in this film.
- This movie was filmed in July, 1981. It was shot in Los Angeles, California. Scenes from Trish's house were filmed at 3662 Mountain View Avenue. Scenes of the high school were shot at Mark Twain Middle School in Mar Vista. 
- The Slumber Party Massacre, as originally conceived by feminist Rita Mae Brown, was intended as a satire on the slasher genre. Producers re-worked her script however to make it a straight-forward horror movie, much to Brown's lament.
- Director Amy Jones passed up a job to edit Steven Spielberg's E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial to direct this film.
- Valerie is watching the movie Hollywood Boulevard in this film. The movie was made in 1976 and was also produced by Roger Corman.
- This is the first credited acting work for Robin Stille. She also appears in Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama.
- Producer and production manager Aaron Lipstadt also plays the role of the pizza boy in this film, who is one of Russ Thorn's victims.
Credits[edit | edit source]
Body Count[edit | edit source]
- David Contant
- Pizza boy
- Kim Clarke
- Rachel Jana
- Russ Thorne
Recommendations[edit | edit source]
- Mutilator, The
- Sleepaway Camp
- Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
- Slumber Party Massacre III
- Sorority House Massacre
- Sorority House Massacre II
See also[edit | edit source]
- Slumber Party Massacre films
- Slumber Party Massacre pages
- Slumber Party Massacre images
- Slumber Party Massacre miscellaneous
External Links[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- IMDB; The Slumber Party Massacre (1982); Filming locations.