Not enough deadites. 😉
So... It's taken me the best part of 40 years to see this movie and while not earth shattering, it is quite a fun early 80's slasher pic.
It's a simple plot. Mental mass murderer escapes from prison and goes around 'penetrating' a group of college (?) girls (and a couple of blokes) with an oversized power drill during the aforementioned 'slumber party'.
It's all reasonably tame with a few cool kills, and of course boobs and bad decisions are on show from the start.
Enjoyable schlocky, fun early 80's example of the Slasher genre.
Worth a look.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Surprisingly enjoyable re-telling of the 1983 novel by Stephen King and the original 1989 movie.
The biggest changes came in the last act and while it makes for a more rounded ending than the original, it was a bit dumb. Obviously the big flip as to which child is killed was a sore point with many, however I actually liked it and thought it made more sense with the story they were telling.
The acting on a whole, was much better than the '89 version, especially the leads. I missed Fred Gwynne though.
This is a fun, leave your brain at the door, popcorn Monster movie.
A team, charged with deploying a nuclear missile launch bay dig a little too far, and open up a huge underwater cave which releases a creature hell bent on causing trouble. The creature doesn't have to try too hard however, as one of the crew in particular is quite good at screwing things up himself. This includes detonating said nuclear missile, accidentally skewering another member of the…