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Title: Party Crasher
Post by: The Necrofile-Crocodile on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
This piece of garbage is a lame shame! But much better, than every part of the "god-awful" Friday the 13th series.


Title: Party Crasher
Post by: Randy Ackerman on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
Hello all, I played young Henry in Party Crasher.  I was just curious, did anyone get paid for this movie besides Mark Mason?  I do remember signing a contract stateing that I was to recieve one point of gross.  Interesting how those contracts came up missing, yet Mason was able to buy a big house, a moving company, a ranch in Texas and have the money to film a couple more movies after Party Crasher.  I don't really care to much about the money, but I was insulted when I had to pay Mark Mason for my own copy of the movie, which wasn't even complete.  I have since joined the Navy, and am curently fighting the war against terror.  I just returned from a six month deployment, where I was stationed abord the USS John F. Kennedy.  I returned from the war in the middle east to find out that Mason was filming another movie in Tulsa with Gary Busey. I just hope that his contract doesn't misteriously come up missing like mine did.  I doubt that he will have to pay for his own copy of the movie.  It is still my dream to be an actor, and one day my dream will come true.  Until then, I will continue to fight for the freedom and security of all of those who bring us the entertainment that we live for when we are so far away from home.  You would be surprised how much talent is wasted by people joining the military and never persueing their dreams.  Regards, Randy Ackerman
The original Party Crasher


Title: Party Crasher
Post by: on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
This is probably the lowest of the low in the "Slasher" genre. It's unispired, formulmatic, and just plain lame. The movie doesn't even strive to even create an original character. This movie isn't just bad, it's horrendous.
"Zero Stars" (I'd give it less if possibly)


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: darwin873 on May 29, 2008, 09:44:19 AM
This is a very good bad movie.  Hilarious.  I have no doubts as to whether the filmmakers were sincere, judging by what he says in the introduction, Mark Mason actually thought that he could "pull off a scary movie"! 
This guy actually admits that he stars in the movie only because the original lead got caught for beating up his wife!?!  He then goes on to dedicate
the movie to "all the people who said we couldn't pull it off".  Well, they were right, you couldn't make a scary movie.  However, Mark Mason, you have created a hilarious movie instead.   Even though you are generally lacking actors who have much competence.  It is very fun to debate with another viewer over who is the worst thespian.  The cranky old nurse?
The nerdy wig rockin' best friend?  How about the director's kids, or the sherriff, who each deliver their lines with a complete absence of
dramatic ambition or understanding.  Priceless.


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: Psycho Circus on July 25, 2008, 06:11:20 AM
I once stayed awake for 4 days straight and this was the film that was on when I finally surrendered to sleep.
This film was really boring and I hated every single character, it was like watching some bad wrestling promo.


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: Thee Dr. on October 25, 2008, 08:16:31 AM
Thank you for your service Randy.


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: Stephanus on March 24, 2010, 08:11:45 AM
I'm marrying "Becky" in September! SUCK IT!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: Psycho Circus on March 24, 2010, 10:29:09 AM
I'm marrying "Becky" in September! SUCK IT!!!!!!!!

I'm sure she will.  :wink:


Title: Re: Party Crasher
Post by: Melanie McMillan on April 15, 2010, 05:06:09 PM
Don't bet any money on it because the song in the movie is indeed "Rising Sun Blues" aka "House of the Rising Sun".  That's my band from the mid 1980s, The Garage Doors.  The musicians are John Wooley on keyboards, David Averill and Mike Averill on guitars, Brad Thompson on drums and me on bass.  Yes, this movie is horrible and hilarious at the same time.  It was, however, a fun way to spend an evening at a run-down Econo-Lodge in east Tulsa.  David Averill also makes a cameo appearance at the police station sitting at a desk.