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Slumber Party Slaughter
File:Slumber Party Slaughter.jpg
Directed byRebekah Chaney
Produced byRebekah Chaney
Written byRebekah Chaney
Production
company
Seraphim Films, Incorporated
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Slumber Party Slaughter is a 2012 American indie horror and slasher film. It was written and directed by Rebekah Chaney, grand-niece of Lon Chaney, in her directorial debut.[1][2] The film stars Chaney, Tom Sizemore, Ryan O'Neal and Robert Carradine, and was produced by Seraphim Films and Chaney. The feature received nine nominations at the 2012 Action On Film International Film Festival, winning three awards, and Chaney won the best director award at the 2012 Boston International Film Festival.[3][4]

Plot[edit | edit source]

Randy and his buddies are in a strip club drinking booze and enjoying the show when Tom Kingsford shows up. William O'Toole, a brutal voyeur is the owner of the club. An eccentric movie star, Tom decides he wants to hire four of the strippers to tag along with him for an evening of fun. What they don't know is that upon leaving the lounge, they are being secretly followed by a deranged and frequent customer of the club who is only known as Dave. Tom takes them to a spooky cemetery, which also happens to be an existing crime scene. When Tom is accidentally killed and buried in the graveyard, the four girls decide to stay silent about the tragedy, not realizing they had actually been set up. They certainly don't need any trouble from the local cops, considering their profession, and they vow to start new lives.

Fast forward to a year later, on the anniversary of Tom's murder, one of the girls is found decapitated. The other girls decide to have a reunion at a slumber party, relying on strength in numbers. But their worst fears are realized when they, along with Randy and his friends, all start getting slaughtered one by one. Those present at the club that night when Tom mysteriously showed up, have no idea who the butcher is, could it be William the sadistic owner or Dave, the unhinged club patron, or is it somebody else.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Actor Role
Tom Sizemore Tom Kingsford
Ryan O'Neal William O'Toole
Robert Carradine Dave
Tyler Jacob Moore Zach
Stephanie Romanov Victoria Spencer
Rebekah Chaney Casey Reitz
JC Gonzalez Randy
Elyse Levesque Nadia
Caroline Macey Nicole Stevens
Jarrod Bunch Leonard
Michael Bowen Mod man
Casey Brown Bobby Reitz
Marissa Skell Felicia
Scott Reitz Agent Reynolds
Robert Allen Mukes Gardener
Max Kleven Sheriff Bowden
Jocelyn Saenz Tom's wife
Patrick Cox Bouncer #1
Christopher Cross Wolf Man
Martin Taylor Deputy Shawn

Release and reviews[edit | edit source]

The film premiered on April 4, 2012 at the Phoenix Film Festival and on April 14, 2012 at the Boston International Film Festival.[5][6]

In their review of the movie, Apocalypse Later was "disappointed with the film", writing, "the actors are consistently good but none of them are good enough to carry the picture...the various subplots are worthy but distracting from the bigger picture, and Rebekah Chaney can write and she seems to have a lot to say, but she doesn't seem to be able to stand back and see her script at a distance...so much potential here simply isn't realized as it's lost in the mix.[1]

Awards and Nominations[edit | edit source]

Year Festival Category Recipient Result Ref.
2012 Action On Film International Film Festival Best Director Feature Rebekah Chaney Won [7]
2012 Action On Film International Film Festival Best Sound Design Feature Slumber Party Slaughter Won [7]
2012 Action On Film International Film Festival Best Special Effects Feature Slumber Party Slaughter Won [7]
2012 Boston International Film Festival Best Director Rebekah Chaney Won [3]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Astell, Hal C. F. (August 22, 2012). "Slumber Party Slaughter (2012)". www.apocalypselaterfilm.com. Apocalypse Later Film.
  2. Shanahan, Mark; Goldstein, Meredith (April 14, 2012). "Tom Sizemore says he's doing better". Boston Globe.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Boston International Film Festival Announces 2012 Winners". Boston IFF.
  4. Wells, Mitchell (September 24, 2012). "Slumber Party Slaughter Produced By Seraphim Films". Horror Society.
  5. Hallam, Scott (April 13, 2012). "Slumber Party Slaughter Screening in Boston to Bring Out Stars". Dread Central.
  6. Slumber Party Slaughter, retrieved September 18, 2018
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 "Action On Film 2012 Official Award Nominated Films" (PDF). Action On Film. 2012.

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