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Genres: Horror , Thriller
Actors: Linda Blair , Vincent Van Patten , Peter Barton , Kevin Brophy , Jenny Neumann , Suki Goodwin , Jimmy Sturtevant , Hal Ralston , Carey Fox , Ron Gans , Gloria Heilman
Director: Tom DeSimone
Country: United States
Year: 1981
IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 (2625 votes)

Before being able to join Alpha Sigma Rho fraternity and its sister sorority, four pledges must spend the night in Garth Manor, twelve years to the day after the previous resident murdered his entire family. Some, however, say that one member of the Garth family survived, and still resides somewhere in the now-deserted mansion.

Film Review

Four college students, wishing to join the Alpha Sigma Rho fraternity and it's sister sorority agree to spend the night in the infamous Garth Manor which has quite a notorious mythic history with the gate locked. No escape until dawn and all that jazz. Peter Bennett(Kavin Brophy)the fraternity president and his pal Scott(Jimmy Sturtevant)decide to play tricks with them staging scare-pranks. May(Jenny Neumann)is the sorority pres and she comes alone for the ride since Peter is her beau. Gearhead Marti(Linda Blair)decided to give the sorority thing a try and will stay the night at the persistence of May. Love interest Jeff(Peter Barton)is a kind product of wealth joining the fraternity to please his rich father who was once a member himself. Seth(Vincent Van Patten)is the horny heavy-drinking student who wishes to bed uber-naughty hottie Denise(Suki Goodwin)who carries a number of drugs on her person. What all these guys and gals do not know is that there's merit to the Garth my…

Conventional, but well presented slasher with a large dose of dark Gothic atmosphere, remarkably garish art direction and spirited performances led by the delightfully charming Linda Blair. This item is another slasher that's not all that interested in exploiting (with gore taking a back step), but director Tom Desimone keeps things rather old-fashioned, slow burn and rallying up successful slabs of random suspense and hysterics. Sure the material is quite brief, but there's occasional wit, an odd air to it and the characters have personality. Co-stars; Vincent Van Patten, Peter Barton, Jenny Neumann and Kevin Brophy chip with amusing turns. The menacingly forlorn tone is laid on thick, where the creaky, old mansion becomes a prominent character and the deformed killer of the piece keeps mostly in the shadows. The make-up is not that imaginative, but still manages to hold a creepy vibe. Dan Wyman's lavished synthesiser score chalks up plenty of ominous stings, which perfec…