The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) (Shout! Factory 4k Remastered 1...
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An 18-year-old high school girl is left at home by her parents and decides to have a slumber party. Meanwhile, a mass murderer with a propensity for power tools has escaped from prison, and eventually makes his way to the party where the guests begin dropping off one by one.
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The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), Shout! Factory 4k remaster, directed by Amy Holden Jones, encoded in 10 bit HEVC with AAC sound, original theatrical dual mono, commentary track, and English subtitles.
IMDb : https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084695/
Video encoded in two-pass 9 600 kbps x265 10bit with the veryslow preset for archive quality image.
English SDH subtitles OCRed, proofed and corrected.
Note : This 1982 slasher was originally written as a parody of slasher films, but then the producers decided to play it more straight, although it still has more humor than is typical of slashers of its time. It's also notable for being one of the few (the only, maybe?) 80s slashers written and directed by women, and for being the feature debut of scream queen Brinke Stevens.
The story is straightforward and wastes little time, a murderer has escaped from prison just as a group of high school girls are planning a slumber party, although one of them, as well as another minor character, get offed before night even falls. Said murderer has a predilection for using a large power drill, and the girls have a predilection for long and meaningless conversations about baseball results, local gossip, and random stuff they read in the newspaper (remember that?) Things rapidly go downhill when the pizza delivery guy shows up dead with injuries that would logistically have been hard to pull off, and both the girls' coach and the girl next door, who's babysitting her younger sister, have to come to the rescue.
This remaster looks quite good, not much to complain about at all, really, good color and contrast, maybe slightly more noise reduction than I would have liked, but there's still some ok grain left. Sound is fine, commentary track informative.
Video : HEVC / [email protected]@Main / 9 596 kb/s / 1 920 x 1036 pixels / 1.85:1 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS / *Default
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Audio #1 : AAC LC / 192 kb/s / 2 channels / Original theatrical dual mono / English
Audio #2 : AAC LC / 128 kb/s / 2 channels / Commentary by director Amy Holden Jones, actors Michael Villella and Debra Del Liso, moderated by film reviewer Tony Brown / English
Text #1 : SRT / 54 b/s / English SDH
00:00:00.000 : Main Titles
00:04:19.050 : Your Number's Zero
00:11:53.087 : Locking Up
00:18:16.053 : Peep Hole
00:23:50.679 : Maui Wowie
00:32:45.088 : Today's Horoscope
00:39:42.964 : Girl Talk
00:46:35.418 : House Specialty
00:51:05.354 : Wrong Place, Wrong Time
00:57:18.810 : Help Is On the Way
01:05:24.337 : Final Showdown
01:14:42.895 : End Credits
Note from HeVK
- The.Slumber.Party.Massacre.1982.1080p.BluRay.x265.hevc.10bit.AAC.1.0.commentary-HeVK.mkv (5.3 GB)