Killer Party

1986

Comedy / Horror

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 2098

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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 3 / 10

low grade horror

Vivia, Jennifer, and Phoebe are best friends who decide to join a sorority. The sorority is near a boarded-up former frat house where a killer roams. Guys release a jar of bees to drive naked sorority girls out of the hot tub and film them running around naked. The pledges are required to say "I myself prefer a big fat cucumber" which gets them kicked out of Professor Zito's class. Weirdo Martin starts hanging out with the girls. During initiation, Vivia plays a prank on everybody. All three are accepted into the sorority mainly so that Vivia can set up the coming April Fool's party in the old frat house.

The movie starts with two fake-outs and the low grade horror begins. It does some T&A. The horror is horribly slow. Sometimes, I wonder if this is meant to be camp especially with Paul Bartel in the movie. It's definitely not funny with its jokes. It takes awhile but it finally becomes a-killer-in-the-house movie. Even then, it's badly done. None of it is good.

Reviewed by Woodyanders 8 / 10

An unintentionally hilarious and hence quite enjoyable 80's college slasher hoot

Undoubtedly the most uproariously ridiculous of the popular 80's kill-the-collegians slasher movies, a cool little slice'n'dice sub-genre which includes such gnarly gems as "The Dorm That Dripped Blood," "The House on Sorority Row," "Girls Nite Out," "The Initiation," and "Sorority House Massacre." This one's wafer-thin plot is about a gala April Fool's Day bash held in a haunted house which turns sour when a psychotic lunatic in a deep-sea diving suit (yes, you read that correctly) starts to pick off moronic college students in assorted grisly ways (the guillotine decapitation qualifies as the definite splatter highlight). WARNING: Possible *SPOILERS* ahead. At very end of this gut-busting howler the killer is revealed to be the vengeful ghost of a college pledge who was accidentally killed twenty years ago! With its great deadpan direction by veteran Canadian schlock horror director William Fruet (who next gave us the lively big killer bug riot "Blue Monkey"), absurd plot, charmingly goofy characters, slick photography, funky score, a scene-stealingly geeky performance by Ralph Seymour (one of the imperiled campers in the superior sylvan slaughterfest "Just Before Dawn") as nutty campus nerd Martin, and a funny cameo by the ever droll Paul Bartel as uptight English Professor Zito, this sublimely silly affair overall sizes up as a delightfully dopey dilly.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 4 / 10

It's my party and I'll die if I want to.

Tongue-in cheek horror Killer Party begins in perfect cheesy, 80s fashion with a 'film-within-a-film-within-a-music-video' pre-credits sequence that features a big-hair metal band named White Sister. It's a fun, silly and irresistibly daft opening to a film, but, unfortunately, it's also the best part of the whole affair, and has absolutely nothing to do with what follows!

The bulk of this otherwise forgettable mess is a lame cross between Porky's and Hellnight, with a touch of the Exorcist thrown in for good measure. Elaine Wilkes, Sherry Willis-Burch, and Joanna Johnson star as Phoebe, Vivia and Jennifer, three girls desperate to become members of the exclusive Sigma Alpha Pi sorority. After suffering various humiliating rituals, the trio are accepted, and are given the task of organising a practical joke at the yearly April Fool's party (being held at an old abandoned frat house which is rumoured to be haunted).

During the celebrations, however, an evil spirit interrupts the fun by turning Jennifer into a demonic, scuttling creature (complete with long tongue and a nice line in guttural noises) who proceeds to butcher the other party-goers.

Although the possession at the end of the film does lend for some creepy scenes (with Jennifer crawling up vertical walls in a spider-like fashion), there are not nearly enough scares, and way too much silly student buffoonery (one fraternity plays a prank on the girls of Sigma Alpha Pi which results in some predictable gratuitous nudity), for Killer Party to be deemed a success.

Perhaps if the studio hadn't seen fit to cut out the bloody effects that were filmed (apparently they expected more of a comedy than a horror, got cold feet when they saw the graphic gore, and excised the lot!), then maybe the film would've been more bearable, but in its severely trimmed form, Killer Party turns out to be a bit of a non-event.

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