Starring: Laurie Lapinski, Stephen Sachs and David Snow
|They have no clue...|
We can easily assume he gets killed since nobody bothers to point out this deed as soon as we are introduced to four college kids, volunteers in cleaning up the aforementioned dorm as it's scheduled to be demolished some time in the near future. While I'm still having a hard time trying to digest how a building this big gets counted as a dorm, the gang goes around with their business, getting themselves freaked out by the creepy looking caretaker.
|"Not now, hun, Daddy has a splitting headache"|
As day break, those who survived long enough still have no squat of an idea to what happened to their friends so they just keep on to working. Until dinner that night, wherein they get disrupted by malfunctioning lights and somebody seen skulking around, finally realizing there's a killer on the loose and they're on the pecking order!
|Makes me wanna see Driller Killer again!|
In fact, the good gore in this film is its saving point. Luckily for those who have this mindset, Dorm is blessed with enough budget to do the nastiest fake blood gags and brutal kills to keep a bloodhound happy. Add an equally depressing ending involving cooked meat, a hilarious death by industrial steam cooker (No connection to Sleepaway Camp), and a killer's motive that a little overdone, you'll have yourself this cheese classic that has fans clamoring about it and me watching in an occasional basis as an answer for my need of bloodlust.
|See? Messy gore for the gore fans!|
1 male killed, hand chopped in half with a machete
1 male had his head beaten with nailed baseball bat
1 female garroted to death
1 female had her head crushed with a car
1 male gets a powerdrill to the head
1 male dismembered offscreen with machete
1 female boiled to death in steam cooker
1 male bludgeoned to death with wooden board
1 male shot on the head
1 female burned inside a chimney