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Slaughterhouse Slumber Party

What started as the debauched annual slumber party for a tight knit group of gal pals becomes a fight for their lives when supernatural evil threatens to destroy the world--and even worse, ruin the one night of the year the ladies get to have a nude pillow fight. Trapped by magic, surrounded by evil, and very underdressed, will they survive the night? Or will this slumber party become a slaughterhouse? SLAUGHTERHOUSE SLUMBER PARTY is the unholy hybrid of HARD TO DIE, EVIL DEAD II, and PARKS & REC the world never knew it needed.

  • Dustin Mills
    The Puppet Monster Massacre, Easter Casket, Halloween Spookies
  • Dustin Mills
    The Puppet Monster Massacre, Easter Casket, Halloween Spookies
  • Jason Coffman (Executive Producer)
    The Bad Man, Haunting Inside, Housesitters
  • Keith Gillis (Executive Producer)
    Art of the Dead, Attack of the Unknown, Teacher Shortage
  • Jay Sorensen
    Don't Go to the Reunion, Lycanimator, Party Night
  • Erin R. Ryan
    Key Cast
    Easter Casket, Babysitter Massacre, The Girl in the Crawlspace
  • Haley Madison
    Key Cast
    Haunted House on Sorority Row, Headless, Hunters
  • Alyss Winkler
    Key Cast
    Space Babes from Outer Space, The Bad Man, Plank Face
  • Roni Jonah
    Key Cast
    Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare Part IV, Shark Exorcist, Girl/Girl Scene: The Movie
  • Lucian Cline
    Key Cast
    "The Bone Queen"
    Harvest Lake, The Day I Met Her, Death-Scort Service Part 2: The Naked Dead
  • Reagan Wright
    Key Cast
    A Black Heart in White Hell, Invalid, The Hornet's Disciple and the Scars She Left
  • Jason Crowe
    Key Cast
    "Angry Skeleton"
    Kill, Granny, Kill!, Cannibal Cop, Hooker with a Hacksaw
  • J. Ania Lupa
    Key Cast
    The Hornet's Disciple and the Scars She Left, The Slit-Mouthed Woman, Horndogs Beach Party
  • Kayla Elizabeth
    Key Cast
    "Carol Anne"
    Ouija: Blood Ritual, Don't Fuck in the Woods 2, Night of the Living Dead (2014)
  • Oddtopsy FX (Marcus Koch)
    Special Effects
    We Are Still Here, Mohawk, American Guinea Pig, 100 Tears, The Theatre Bizarre
  • DMP Studios
    Visual Effects & Animation
    Plank Face, Lycanimator, Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh, Space Babes from Outer Space
  • Angie Franklin
    Makeup & Costumes
    Powerbomb, Public Axis 3000
  • Pleasurecraft (Jason Coffman)
    Original Score
    Rendezvous in Chicago, Housesitters, The Slit-Mouthed Woman
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  • Genres:
    Horror, Comedy
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 24 minutes 44 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 16, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    16,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Nightmares Film Festival
    Columbus, OH
    United States
    October 27, 2019
    World Premiere
    Official Selection; nominated for Best Horror Comedy and Best Ohio Film
  • Days of the Dead
    Rosemont, IL
    United States
    November 22, 2019
    Official Selection
  • Hexploitation Film Festival
    Hamilton, ON
    March 21, 2020
    Canadian Premiere
    Funniest Film, Best Supporting Actress (Haley Madison)
  • Slasher Film Festival
    Peoria, IL
    United States
    March 14, 2020
    Official Selection
  • Sadique-Master Film Festival
    March 14, 2020
    European Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Terrible TwoDay Fest
    March 14, 2020
    Official Selection
  • Windy City Horrorama
    United States
    April 25, 2020
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Dustin Mills

Dustin Wayde Mills is a Toledo, Ohio based filmmaker. He grew up in rural Indiana as a self described "Monster Kid," his childhood and adolescence spent worshipping at the altar of Godzilla, King Kong, The Universal Monsters, Ghostbusters, and The Monster Squad.

Dustin knew from a young age that he wanted to be involved with filmmaking. With scant access to formal resources, he set about to self educate himself in the ways of DIY production and finished his first feature "The Puppet Monster Massacre" in 2010 at the age of 25. Its novelty (a monster film with an all puppet cast) and unique execution (belying its nonexistent budget) garnered a following of loyal supporters.

In the time since, he has completed 17 feature films and numerous shorts. His films range from the dark and extreme ("Applecart" and "Her Name Was Torment") to the silly and cartoonish ("Easter Casket" and "Heart Attack"). Common among them are a penchant for world building, proclivity for colorful visuals, inventive special effects, and energetic camera work.

Most recently Dustin has completed "Slaughterhouse Slumber Party," a loving tribute to classic horror comedies and the horror cheesecake films of Jim Wynorski and Fred Olen Ray.

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Director Statement

As a filmmaker, I have made it my mission to make movies I want to see, and luckily for you those movies are creative, insane, colorful, and innovative. From the all puppet zaniness of "The Puppet Monster Massacre" to the foul and colorful antics of "Easter Casket" to the dark and disturbing artistry of "Applecart" and "Her Name Was Torment". "Slaughterhouse Slumber Party" is my biggest film to date. It's a full tilt, high energy, sexy ride through territory paved by the likes of "Evil Dead II", "Hard To Die", "Ghostbusters", "Poltergeist", and "Slumber Party Massacre."

As much as I love 80s and 90s Jim Wynorski and Fred Olen Ray flicks, they were often missing an important element that led me to a central question that helped form "Slaughterhouse Slumber Party": Is it possible to make a goofy, immature horror/comedy that features crazy monsters, tons of nudity, outrageous gross-out gags, *and* good characters? Part of my mission in this film was to make a movie where an all-female cast plays believable friends who don't spend the running time bickering--and none of their goals involve a man. Almost as importantly, I wanted to see a movie in which a bunch of very talented actors who happen to be women were set free to be as funny and crass as they could ever want.

In short, our hope is that when you watch "Slaughterhouse Slumber Party" you'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll barf. Let's get nuts!