Slaughter High Reviews
Years later the teens come back to the highschool and are killed off one by one.. Who could be the killer?
There are some cool special effects and an old abandoned highschool that make the film very entertaining.
Slaughter High is ridiculously set in America despite it clearly being filmed in England, it is however silly fun, if a load of 30 year old Brits pretending to be Yankee teens is your thing you might just love this.
If almost all slasher flicks are B-movies, then this is without doubt a C-movie. And this lets the audience know strait away that the quality is going to be as rock-bottom as the tiny budget will allow with super cheapo 80's synth rock from the very start. Which is at least nice of the makers to be so open about the movie's limitations so early on. The plot itself manages to be both stick thin and broken at the same time, as the reunion at the slashing end of the "story" takes place at the now derelict school. Why travel miles to have a party there? It's run-down, dirty, dark, and very likely dangerous. How stupid are these people? But then again one of the party goers gets blood on her after some guy's gut explodes for reasons not really clear (although it is the best part of the film) so she strips off and takes a bath. Have a guess if she lives or dies because of it. This really isn't worth a look except for maybe big slasher movie fans who can see past 27 year old men and women playing high school students, terrible lighting, bad writing, and awful performances.