A Boatload Of Stills From A & P Productions’ ‘Slashlorette Party’

A & P Productions are responsible for 2 of my favorite indie horror films: Cinco De Mayo (2013 – read our review here) and Streets of Vengeance (2016 – read our review here). Awhile back, they announced that they were turning the fake trailer from Streets of Vengeance, for a movie called Slashlorette Party, into a feature. After launching a successful crowdfunding campaign, Slashlorette Party has officially entered production, which is expected to wrap soon. A & P Productions was kind enough to share some production stills with us to share with you. Check them out!

From the press release:

A & P Films, the directing team behind Streets of Vengeance, have just released the first images from their latest project, Slashlorette Party!

The 80s style of the movie is brought to life by cinematographer by Dan Zampa and producer/art director Angelica De Alba.

The film stars Molly Souza, Andrew Brown, Brooke Morris, Nina Lanee Kent, Robert Holloway and features Pool Party Massacre director Drew Marvick [read our interview with him here] and the legendary Ginger Lynn Allen in prominent supporting roles!

The film follows an anxious young woman who is taken to a cabin to celebrate her last days of being single. The fun and games stop as she and her friends are targeted by a vicious killer on the loose.

The film is currently in the last days of production and estimated to be complete by late spring 2020.

Slasherlorette Party is a film I have been looking forward to since I first saw the fake trailer way back when Streets of Vengeance was first released. These stills definitely have me even more excited than I already was. Are you looking forward to Slashlorette Party? Let us know. And while you’re at it, be sure to check out the fake trailer to get an idea of what to expect in the final film.

About Charlie Cargile

Indianapolis based Horror journalist. Lover of most things Horror (especially Indie), Pop Punk and the strange and unusual.

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