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Prom Night (1980)

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Curtis and three popular girls, who are responsible for the accidental death of a little girl six years earlier at their high school's senior prom, finds themselves pursued by a vengeful hooded slasher who ruins prom night.       
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eFilmCritic.com
By the time the killer fully emerges from the shadows, clad head to toe in black, leaping around like some Filipino ripoff of Spider-Man 3, the game is pretty much lost.
April 12, 2008
Reel Film Reviews
Unusually incompetent from start to finish...
July 25, 2008
City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
Pop Culture Rule No. 1: Wait long enough and even the stinkiest trash gets recycled into art.
September 01, 2009
TV Guide
You'll just have to enjoy the scenes of Curtis disco-dancing and wonderful moments such as when the severed head of a victim rolls across the dance floor.
April 10, 2008
Film4
The prom setting does little except provide the opportunity for a ridiculous disco interlude, while the killings are nasty rather than scary or effective and the outcome eminently guessable.
April 10, 2008
Variety
Director Paul Lynch seems to capture the spirit of the genre here, but spends a little too much time setting up each murder, thus eliminating some suspense.
April 10, 2008
Chicago Sun-Times
Why do people go to these movies?
October 23, 2004
New York Times
Because it's quite easy to figure out the killer's identity by simply keeping track of who is off screen a lot, much of the movie is just vamping for time.
August 30, 2004