Bloody Homecoming


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled30%
IMDb Rating3.610726


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23.976 fps
1 hr 22 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 22 min
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Reviewed by nogodnomasters6 / 10


Billy Corbin(Jesse Ferraro) dies in a tragic accident after failing to score with Annie (Grainne McDermott). The accident was in part of his own doing, but of course our 80's slasher style film blames everyone who was there. This is a who-dun-it with the killer being dressed in a fireman's suit killing students with a spirit stick. The suspects are introduced after the first killing. The film drops weak clues, and even at the end when we know who it is, a student asks, "Why are you doing this? I don't understand." I felt the same way.

The plus side of the film is the proverbial creepy janitor (Jim Tavaré). The theme of the film is the subject taught in the classroom, in this case "Oroonoko" that is, class structured society. Much of the support acting was sad, especially the principal (Steve Earnest).

This is a run of the mill slasher throw back. Might be worth an inexpensive rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (Shower scene-porn star Penny Pax)

Reviewed by mjtsmm20277 / 10

By People who know their 80's slashers.

This is actually a good, fun low budget attempt to recapture the feel of an 80's slasher, with enjoyable results. Don't expect the reinvention of the horror film or anything approaching classic status. However it wasn't intended tone like that it seems.

It is made, I believe, by people who absolutely know their slashers and so all of the ingredients are here: the tragic back story prologue which sets off someone to take their revenge, the bitchy character, the red herrings and whodunnit, the killer's costume etc etc. Therefore lovers, like me, of great 80's slashers like My Bloody Valentine, The Prowler and so, can find something enjoyable here. A little love for it from me certainly..

Reviewed by Coventry5 / 10

The 80's called... They want their clichés back!

During the annual homecoming dance, the students' most anticipated night of the year, an irritating jock gets trapped in a classroom following a banal incident and burns to death when a fire breaks out. Three years later, all of his friends that were involved that night are savagely knocked off by a killer in a fireman outfit and mask. Hey now, wait a minute… Where have I seen this before? Oh I remember! This exact same plot already formed the basis of pretty much every 80's slasher ever made! But hey, I'm not complaining, especially not since I'm always nagging that they don't make any more horror movies like they used to in the eighties. "Bloody Homecoming" features all the yummy ingredients of a good old-fashioned 80's slasher-stew. Apart from the textbook plot synopsis, there's also the ensemble cast of stereotypes (nerd, joker, popular prom queen and the perverted principal),gratuitous nudity provided by girls in the shower that are otherwise irrelevant to the plot, a variety of nasty killings through sharp objects and a denouement (as in: the revelation of the killer's identity) that is totally absurd and far-fetched. And yet, there are a few important elements that are missing in order to make "Bloody Homecoming" a truly successful and recommendable slasher throwback. For some reason, director Brian C. Weed does not manage to truly capture that irresistible 80's vibe or light-headed atmosphere. There are too many boring sequences and uninteresting dialogs, and personally I was hoping for a bit more sleaze and sickness. What is the matter with all these politically correct horror movies nowadays? Either way, I appreciate the effort and at least the director didn't choose for the easier option and simply remake a classic, like the people behind "Prom Night", "My Bloody Valentine" and "Black Christmas" did.

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