Prom Night review

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON THE HORROR HOTHOUSE REVIEW

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I love 80s movies (both horror and in general) and I love Jamie Lee Curtis, so really this film is somewhat of a dream come true for me. After earning her scream queen crown in John Carpenter’s Halloween just two years prior and securing it in The Fog, Jamie Lee made it a hat-trick with this little gem.

The story centres on Kim Hammond (Jamie Lee Curtis), who, along with her friends, for six years has been living with the terrible truth of what happened to her sister whose body was found in an abandoned convent. The police arrested a known child molester who was in the area and Kim and her friends Kelly, Wendy, Nick, and Jude kept silent about how they taunted and teased Robin causing her to accidentally fall out of a window to her death. Now high school students, the group are gearing up for the prom, when they start receiving obscene phone calls and they find out that the man who was jailed for killing Robin has escaped and is on the loose in the area…

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