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Party Night

USA 2017
produced by
Renee K. Smith, Troy Escamilla, Kevin Sommerfield, Alex Maccaro (executive), Brad Stengel (executive) for Fright Meter Films
directed by Troy Escamilla
starring Laurel Toupal, Ryan Poole, Tommie Vegas, Destinie Orndoff, Billy Brannigan, Drew Shotwell, Lawrence McKinney, Jimmy Phillips, Candice D'Meza
written by Troy Escamilla, music by Mark D'Errico, special makeup effects by Heather Benson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A prom's just a prom, it's the afterparty that really counts - and thus, Nelson (Drew Shotwell) has invited his girlfriend Amy (Laurel Toupal), their friends Molly (Tommie Vegas) and Olivia (Destinie Orndoff) and their respective boyfriends Travis (Billy Brannigan) and Andrew (Ryan Poole) to his uncle's house by the lake in the middle of nowhere, USA, to really get it on for one last time before they all go to different colleges and might not see each other anymore. Thing is, as good as the plan sounds on paper, it's not that good anymore once the "house" proves nothing but a rundown cabin in the middle of an area where plenty of girls have just gone missing of late. Even a shitload of beer can do little to lift the spirits, and before you know it Molly and Andrew have a fall-out, Molly wanders off to never be seen again, and ... well, there's a masked killer roaming the premises, with a predilection of slaughtering teens in various ways, and our heroes don't even notice it before half of them are dead - and the other half don't seem to do too good a job to stay alive either ...


Now if you're looking for anything terribly original here, you'll probably be disappointed - but Party Night is pretty awesome as being what it intends to be, and that's a slasher movie in the tradition of genre pics from the 1980s: The formula is really down to the T, there's violence in all the right places, the murders are gruesome, the masked killer looks creepy, and while the teens do stupid things in this one, they are intelligent enough to be respected as human beings (not always the case in slashers), and likeable enough to be cared for.

Basically, you ought to not expect the wheel to be re-invented here, but for slasher night, you'll be perfectly served!

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