Sleepover Nightmare Reviews
At first, this movie started much like a Friday the 13th film (one of the first ones, anyway) but there's a few acts of silliness which we aren't even sure if they're intentional or not. In the "present" we see Porsche 928's, Jeep's, and Ford Aerostars (and even a late seventies security vehicle which is supposed to be a police car), but in a seven-years-ago flashback, we see automobiles from the fifties and sixties, and finally one Camaro from the early eighties. Plausable, sure. Silly, definitely. The violence was less gratuitious than some of the 1980's films that set out this "slasher-genre" recipe, although much like Michael Myers or Jason, he's a silent but deadly assasin. At one point, he procures a beer, and I myself rolled on the floor laughing.
Yeah, believe it or not, nothing better was on.
Oh, I should mention that this movie was made with the kind of special effects I could personally do with a camcorder and a few borrowed cars. If this movie cost more than $30,000 to make, the producers over-estimated the movie's abilities.