Prom Night (1980)

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Oct 19, 2018

Jamie Lee Curtis – Scream Queen Series Episode 2

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Fans crowned Jamie Lee Curtis a Scream Queen on Halloween, but the actress didn’t receive her tiara until she walked the catwalk on Prom Night.  Is the actress playing another innocent  high school student under attack? Or could Curtis be the one under that glittery ski mask, slicing up the bullies responsible for her sister’s fatal hide-and-seek accident?  Most important of all, does this flick deserve to rank with Friday the 13th as one of the biggest holiday-themed slashers of 1980?  Cast your vote with Brock, Arnie, and Stuart when you Donate Today!

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Movie Details

Series
Jamie Lee Curtis - 1980 Scream Queen
Original Title
Prom Night
Title
Prom Night
Director
Paul Lynch
Author
Producer
Peter R. Simpson
Writer
Actors
Leslie Nielsen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Casey Stevens, Anne-Marie Martin, Antoinette Bower, Michael Tough, Robert A. Silverman, Pita Oliver, David Mucci, Jeff Wincott, Mary Beth Rubens, George Touliatos, Joy Thompson, David Bolt, Brock Simpson, Melanie Morse MacQuarrie, David Gardner, Sheldon Rybowski, Rob Garrison, Beth Amos, Sonia Zimmer, Sylvia Martin, Elizabeth M. Mason, Pam Henry, Ardon Bess, Lee Wildgen, Leslie Scott, Tammy Bourne, Dean Bosacki, Debbie Greenfield, Karen Forbes, Joyce Kite
Runtime
1 h 32 min
Release Date
18 July 1980
Genres
Horror, Thriller
Overview
This slasher movie follows a relentless killer who is out to avenge the death of a young girl who died after being bullied and teased by four of her classmates. Now high-school students, the guilt-ridden kids have kept their involvement a secret, but when they start being murdered, one by one, it's clear that someone knows the truth. Also coping with the past are members of the dead girl's family, most notably her prom-queen sister, Kim Hammond (Jamie Lee Curtis).

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