This week the Hack or Slash team ventures back to 1982 to review the cult classic slasher The Slumber Party Massacre. The group examines double standards women have faced in the film industry, ponders whether lush carpeting is a privilege, and debates the purpose of washc
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This week the Hack or Slash team ventures back to 1982 to review the cult classic slasher The Slumber Party Massacre. The group examines double standards women have faced in the film industry, ponders whether lush carpeting is a privilege, and debates the purpose of washcloths in their showering workflows. Alexis questions the popularity of E.T. with today's youth, and Ryan begins the hunt for an 80's slasher Kris won't like. This episode contains spoilers.
Title: "The Slumber Party Massacre"
Run time: 1h 17m
Release Date: November 12, 1982 (USA)
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