My Best Friend Is a Vampire/Repossessed/Slaughter High/Silent Night, Deadly Night 3 [2 Discs] [DVD]

  • SKU: 18910511
  • Release Date: 01/04/2011
  • Rating: R
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Synopsis

Repossessed
This is almost a follow-up to its relative The Exorcist, since it stars Linda Blair, also the leading lady in the '70s head-spinner tale. In Repossessed, a grown-up Blair plays a housewife who becomes possessed by the Devil while watching TV. Leslie Nielsen plays Father Mayii, who gets called to exorcise the intrusive being. ~ Phillip Erlewine, Rovi

My Best Friend Is a Vampire
This '80s teen comedy involves a youth (Robert Leonard), who is seduced by a sexy schoolgirl and then transforms into a blood-sucking vampire. Instead of fighting his affliction, he tries to cope with the change. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!
It is difficult to believe that this wretched sequel was Monte Hellman's first American film since Cockfighter (1974), and even more difficult to believe that it is the work of the man behind cult classics like Two-Lane Blacktop, The Shooting, and Back Door to Hell. The grown-up Ricky (Bill Moseley from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) comes out of the coma in which he ended the last film and goes on another murderous Christmas Eve rampage despite the fact that his brain is exposed under a glass dome after reconstructive surgery. There's a confused subplot about a doctor (Richard Beymer from Twin Peaks) investigating the dreams of a blind psychic girl (Samantha Scully), whose visions have something to do with Ricky's past. The glass-plated killer shows up at the girl's house, pursued by the doctor and a grumpy policeman played by Robert Culp, for the final standoff. The cast includes Eric Da Re, Elizabeth Hoffman, and Leonard Mann, there are flashbacks to part two (which consisted mostly of flashbacks to begin with), and obligatory in-jokes like several scenes from 1963's The Terror (which Hellman co-directed), and an homage to the original Carnival of Souls. There are some interesting camera angles, and one envisions Hellman thinking he was doing something different with the series, but the script and acting are terrible and Ricky's story had pretty much run its course anyway. The next sequel was a completely unrelated gorefest from Brian Yuzna (Society), whose unique vision -- if roundly rejected by series fans -- was at least a change of pace. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Slaughter High
When the school geek (Simon Scuddamore) is physically scarred by his classmates' ill-conceived practical joke, he vows to get revenge. When the guilty students travel back to Doddsville High for a ten-year reunion, they begin to die off in mysterious and violent ways. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Linda Blair
    Linda Blair - Nancy Agler
  • Leslie Nielsen
    Leslie Nielsen - Fr. Mayii
  • Anthony Starke
    Anthony Starke - Fr. Brophy
  • Ned Beatty
    Ned Beatty - Ernest Weller
  • Jesse Ventura
    Jesse Ventura - Himself

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