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Prom Night (1980)
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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June 09, 2013

A special movie. Not by any means a great one; only barely and inconsistently a good one.
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Reel Film Reviews
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July 25, 2008

Unusually incompetent from start to finish...
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Chicago Sun-Times

October 23, 2004

Why do people go to these movies?
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Film4
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April 10, 2008

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.
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Cinemaphile.org
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October 07, 2016

As I came to the movie for the first time in a very recent marathon of classic horror pictures, I was baffled, aghast and left overcome with insurmountable eye-rolls. But I was never bored.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

If you forget motivation, the visual trick-or-treat of slow revenge is entertaining enough.
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Blu-ray.com
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September 27, 2014

A mixed bag of delights, but Prom Night retains appeal through its unusual tone and care with motivation, adding just a hint of real-world torment to ground the masked killer shenanigans.
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New York Times

August 30, 2004

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.
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City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
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September 01, 2009

Pop Culture Rule No. 1: Wait long enough and even the stinkiest trash gets recycled into art.
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TV Guide
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April 10, 2008

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.
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Variety
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April 10, 2008

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.
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eFilmCritic.com
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April 12, 2008

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.
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