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Pillow Party Massacre

USA 2023
produced by
Chad Buffett, Rich Wolff, Susan Helfrich, Scott Motisko, Michelle Cain, Jake Hershman, Marc Helfrich, Michael Conroy, Edgar Conroy for 7th Street Productions, Raptor FX Studio, Breaking Glass Pictures
directed by Calvin Morie McCarthy
starring Laura Welsh, Chynna Rae Shurts, Allegra Sweeney, Jax Kellington, Nicolette Pullen, Savannah Raye Jones, Stephanie Leet, Neil Green, Daniel Donlon, Jon Meggison, Calvin Morie McCarthy, Amy DiLorenzo, Tim Coyle, Sebastian Bjorn, Kai Pacifico Eng, John Reddy, Steve Larkin
written by Calvin Morie McCarthy, music by Feeding Fingers, special makeup effects by Chad Buffett, visual effects by Megan Noble

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Two years ago, the whole high school pranked prime prankster Ashley (Savannah Raye Jones) pretty badly, so much so that she shot dead the instigator of the prank, her boyfriend Carter (Sebastian Bjorn), and got locked away in an institution ever since.

Now, Ashley's best friends from back when, Sam (Laura Welsh), Barb (Chynna Rae Shurts), Miles (Allegra Sweeney) and Alana (Jax Kellington), meet for a weekend of partying at a cabin in the woods, in pretty much a desparate effort to get over what has happened back when. Thing is, the girls have different ways to cope, from the need to talk it over to the urge to drink everything away, which creates some awkward kind of tension. Also that their friend Mikki (Nicolette Pullen) has apparently never made it to their cabin but can't be reached doesn't exactly lift up the atmosphere. Then news breaks there has been a break-out at the institution where Ashley is held, and sure enough, soon a masked killer is roaming the premises who's clearly after our heroines but happy to kill everyone getting in the way ...


At its heart, Pillow Party Massacre is your typical slasher with pretty girls running from a masked killer, with the final girl being easily identifiable early on, and even with a silly yet promising enough title. But despite all the elements being in all the right places, Pillow Party Massacre manages to add some unexpected depth to things, by presenting the audience with fleshed-out characters and character arcs that go beyond the genre-typical stalk'n'slash - but when the killings set in, the film's right on the money as well, making this a pretty cool piece of genre cinema.



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