Splatter University

"Unbearable"

Splatter University Review


What posessed Elite, known for releasing obscure and classic horror films, to reissue Splatter University on DVD I'll never know. The story is beyond awful, and the promise of co-eds getting slaughtered (as seen on the DVD case) doesn't even come to pass! Instead, we get a questionably Ivy League college with a teacher getting hunted by an escaped lunatic that we never get to see (until the end). But if you can't figure out his identity the first time he's on camera, well, maybe you're the one that deserves to be splattered next. Awful.


Splatter University

Facts and Figures

Run time: 78 mins

In Theaters: Friday 13th July 1984

Production compaines: Aquifilm

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

IMDB: 3.0 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Richard W. Haines

Producer: Richard W. Haines,

Starring: Forbes Riley as Julie Parker, as Mark Hammond, as Father Janson / Daniel Grayham, as Cathy Hunter, Mary Ellen David as Mrs. Bloom, as Cynthia


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