Slumber Party Massacre III

Synopsis: After a hard day of volleyball at the beach, a teen whose parents are away decides to have a slumber party with her girlfriends. Their boyfriends predictably show up to scare them, but a stranger from the beach is also seen lurking around the house. Soon the group begins experiencing an attrition problem.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Sally Mattison
Production: New Concorde Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.5
R
Year:
1990
87 min
140 Views


- Oh, I got it!

- No way! No way! No way!

Jeez, Susie,

you sure pack a load.

No, you a**hole, you made me...

Duncan,

you're in the way, Duncan.

- Hey, Duncan.

- What?

'Guys let s fne I "Go! p ay!

Come on, guys, let him play.

- He'll help, anyway.

- Think of it as a challenge.

I don't know, fellows.

What do you think?

We're history as it is.

Duncan,

why don't you just keep score?

- I wanna lay back anyway.

- Okay.

Okay, let's see.

Where are we?

All right! Huddle up!

Okay, okay, on three!

One, two, three!

Break!

Whoa-hoe'.!

8-3 girls.

Got it!

Mine!

Got it!

Got it!

Ah!

Yep'. Whoa'.!

Whoa'.!

Look up!

Get it!

All right, all right, all right.

Jackie, let's be logical.

You can't stop your parents

from moving,

why don't you just

move in with us?

My mom wouldn't notice.

She's going through menopause.

I can't do that.

Besides, since my mom

found my diaphragm,

and I told her it was yours,

she thinks

you're a bad influence.

You got one year of school left,

Jackie.

Are your parents Nazis?

My mom's always working at her

job with the Washington Bureau,

and my dad, he says lawyers

can get jobs anywhere.

Got it!

Alright, alright,

right, right, right!

Jesus, Torn! What are you,

sabotaging us, huh?

Huh? They promised you

something? Yeah? Maybe? Hmm?

Jackie...

Do I detect an unnatural

interest in Frank Reedy?

Well?

Oh, talk to me when you stop

lusting after Michael.

He asked for it.

Just look at him,

flaunting that bod.

Frank!

It's no use. This is not

a good time to fall in love.

Hey, Jackie, how long has

that guy been sitting there?

A while, I think.

He looks weird.

Yo, buddy!

Keep your eyes to yourself!

Did you see that?

He averted his eyes.

That's a sign of submission.

I learned that studying

orangutans in biology class.

You're an orangutan,

Duncan.

I know what you're thinking,

you're thinking,

A guy like that is just

the kind of guy we need

at the party tonight."

Duncan, it's a slumber party.

And no one wants

to slumber with you.

Slumber outside.

Eew!

Okay, I got it!

- Yeah!

- Whoo!

I'll get it!

So, what's it worth to you?

- You're Ken.

- Stop flirtin'! Come back!

Ken Whitehouse. You went

to Maya Vista High, fight?

That's right, and let's see,

you're Juliette,

Craig's little sister?

Go on without me, you guys!

Yeah, that's right.

Pleased to meet you, officially.

- Alright, alright.

- Right.

Sightseeing?

- I like what I see.

- I got it! Here, out! Out!

- Out!

- Where were you?

- You, too!

Jeez, Juliette.

If you didn't want him,

you could have at least

given us a chance.

For your information,

that was Ken Whitehouse,

of former water polo fame.

Are you kidding? And you

didn't bring him over here?

Well, he said he had to go talk

to his uncle or something.

But he said

he'd call me tonight.

I gave him your number.

Oh, great, Juliette. I'm glad my

mom pays to have it unlisted.

Don't you wanna give him

my number, too?

Get outta here!

Oh, the weirdo's gone.

What weirdo?

What's she talking about?

Uh, nobody.

All right, all right, all right.

Hold on a second, you guys.

I'll be right back.

- Hurry!

- Okay!

- Hurry up!

- All right!

Sh*t!

Sh*t.

H'

Thanks for the ride,

and I'm sorry I put you

so far out of your way.

Don't mention it.

Well... Bye.

Jackie?

Um... about last night...

I, uh... I wanna see you again.

Frank, I... I just don't want it

to be just another thing.

You know, that may be okay

for you, but it's not for me.

Hey, I don't want you

just for like a day or a week.

So you like me?

Yes, yes.

I like you. I like you.

So, call me.

All right.

Morgan.

What are you doing

in the house?

Jackie, Jack, I, um...

I just got home.

And...

I saw your sign, and...

and the door was open.

And I thought you were having...

an open house.

It's okay, it's okay.

I just must have left

the door open.

My morn would kill me.

- Do you mind if I go by?

- Of course.

Of course not. No.

I'm, uh...

I'm just going to, um...

I'm... I'll just, uh...

I'm just gonna go.

No, no. Um...

Come on in. Take a look.

I didn't realize

you were in the market.

Oh, yes. Uh...

My accountant tells me I-

I have to buy something.

I have to buy something.

It's a nice house.

Why don't you just

look around yourself?

I mean, the layout's

really normal.

The bedrooms, they're upstairs.

Hi, honey. I hope you're not

making a mess.

It's snowing here,

but we're getting to see

some great houses.

Our flight leaves

around noon tomorrow.

I'll give you the details

in the morning. Bye-bye.

Hello?

Hello?

Anyone home?

Morgan! Do you want me

to show you around?

I... I looked... already.

Is there anything else

I can do for you?

No.

No.

No. No, thanks.

I think I'd better go.

Yeah. Yeah.

L.\ \ \ \ I Q a

Boo!

Jerks!

How come you didn't come

to the volleyball game?

- Sorry.

- I couldn't.

- Did you bring beer?

- That's not all we brought.

[Laughing 1

So, put your stuff down.

What'd you bring?

Rum and vanilla ice cream.

And champagne, for the

more discriminating palate.

I don't know if anyone who wears

underwear in public

could be called discriminating,

Juliette!

And I brought brownies

with hot fudge sauce.

Well, didn't anybody bring

anything but dessert?

C'mon into the kitchen.

I got a barbecue going.

[Laughing 1

What are you making?

Chocolate-chocolate chip

cookies.

I saved some dough.

It's on the counter.

Oh, you are a friend.

You should've come to the beach.

It was great.

God, Janine,

you are disgusting.

Excuse me if I don't

beat the sh*t out of you.

Mmm...

I think I'm having an orgasm.

Am I missing something?

Oh, no more than usual.

Ooh!

What are you eating?

So, Miss Harlowe,

Can we expect a call from

your latest victim tonight?

Oh, he'll call.

Mm-hmm.

I'm gonna put these out back.

There's no room in the fridge.

Damn these things!

"Hi!

"Hi!

- Need some help?

- Nope.

The coals are almost ready.

There's nothing else to do

until Sarah gets here

with the food.

Wow, this place is great.

God, I wish my parents

would go away for a while.

I know what you mean.

I love it when

my parents are gone.

Mine hardly ever go away.

There must be something

we can do

to take advantage of this.

Before they come home tomorrow.

I don't know. Your parents

are really nice, though, Jackie.

I mean, mine are so strict.

They expect me to dress

like a little girl.

I have to change my clothes

in the car every time

I leave the house.

I think you're really lucky.

- So you like your new job?

- Yeah, it's okay.

I make pretty good money

with the tips.

The food's good, and the

people are nice.

So, do you meet

anybody interesting?

Well, there was a guy

that came in last weekend,

I saw him looking at me, then he

started coming back every night.

Even the nights that

I wasn't working.

One of the other girls told me.

Last night, he comes up to me

and starts talking to me,

and we're going out,

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