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1980 film directed by Paul Lynch

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  • Jun 15, 2011
It's horrifying, all right - that this shoddy, wholly worthless slasher flick (starring numerous painfully overripe "teens") has a small cult fan base. Without Leslie Nielsen or Jamie Lee Curtis in its cast, this would have surely been lost and long forgotten by now.
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review by . July 06, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
* out of ****     "Prom Night" is derivative, boring, bland, ridiculous, stupid, and the worst "classic" slasher/horror film I've seen since "My Bloody Valentine". The film offers no surprises, no suspense, and no substance. It isn't scary, there's nothing worth anticipating, and all-in-all, it just plain sucks. Why it has garnered a semi-large cult following, I shall never know. I'll never quite understand what people see in such an unoriginal and unintentionally hilarious product …
review by . September 04, 2009
Prom Night was just another picture in a long line of slasher films that debuted in the early 80's. Jamie Lee Curtis and Leslie Nielsen star in this horror film. One of Canada's contribution to the slash and hack "teen" flicks that has maintained "cult" status due to a scene at the prom.  This movie also has a couple of nice set pieces. Too bad because a couple of nice set pieces do not necessarily make a movie "great". The proof is in the pudding it's just another …
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The first film of the Prom Night series.

Followed by three sequels and a remake.

The TV version has several scenes that are not included in the theatrical print.
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Genre: Horror, Mystery
Release Date: July 18, 1980
MPAA Rating: R
Runtime: 90 minutes
Studio: Quadrant Trust Company, Simcom Ltd.
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