Sunday Bloody Sunday: ‘Guitar Drill Kill’ From ‘Slumber Party Massacre II’ (1987)

I have always said that my site needs more Rockabilly.  Today, I fulfill that random realization with a clip from a horror sequel that’s was so bad, so terrible, and so damn good.  And because of all that bad terribleness, it naturally deserves to be praised!

On this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday, I’m taking you back to the year of 1987 and to the wonderful world of Slumber Party Massacre II.  A sequel to 1984’s The Slumber Party Massacre, this follow-up made no fucking sense and involved a random Rockabilly killer with a guitar drill as a weapon.  Let’s not kid ourselves here, The Slumber Party Massacre wasn’t winning any Oscars, so accepting the sequel wasn’t that hard to swallow.  Tons of puns and some decent gore make it worthwhile, so let’s watch a guy get the guitar drill shoved through his chest below and honor the madness!

Do You Remember 20/20’s ‘VCR Horrors’ Segment From The 80’s?

If you ever had a gross-out party when you were younger, then you’re going to love this post.  What’s that?  You never had a gross-out party?!  Oh wow.  It was all the rage apparently in the 80’s according to 20/20’s fascinating piece called ‘VCR Horror‘ which focused on the influence that horror movies have on kids.  Take it away Barbara Walters!

I think the first thing that comes to mind after watching that is the fact that 17-year-old Shereen Palatini is turned on by blood and guts.  Ok then!  The other observation is that little smug shit Caston Jarvis (fantastic name btw) mocking all of the kids who come to school and talk about horror movies.  What did you end up doing with YOUR life Caston Jarvis???  Oh – according to Google, it looks like you’re a Web News Manager.  All joking aside, how amazing is this introspective?  Any piece that can incorporate scenes from Splatter University and Cellar Dweller is ok in my books.

It was pretty shocking that ABC and 20/20 did this piece and even more shocking that there were kids in it putting Slumber Party Massacre up high on a pedestal.  The editorial does take a darker turn when talking about murders that were committed possibly due to the influence of horror movies (kudos to you Faces Of Death).  But overall, this is a joyous piece of nostalgia that will make any true horror movie fan grin from ear to ear.  Standing ovation to 20/20 for even having the balls to do a story like this, and for allowing us to form our own conclusions about whether or not a giant drill going through a guy’s chest can harm or help the children of the world.