TTickets available at Egyptian Theatre box office day of show starting at 1pm; 2 tix per person max.

“Thrills, chills, guitars, and drills!”

Revving from its slumber five years later, the only female written and directed slasher film franchise returns louder than ever.

Courtney has nightmares about a power drill-wielding maniac who terrorized her sexually repressed sister years ago.

Hoping to clear her mind, she and members of her all-girl rock band rent a condo to play some music and party hard.

However, Courtney’s nightmares spill into reality as the driller killer returns, looking to make some noise.

Continuing with the original film’s feminist slant, director Deborah Brock keeps things fun while slyly dissecting the slasher genre obsession with virginal purity and fear of penetration (via the metaphorical phallic drill bit). (James Branscome)


Free Screening in the Shudder Theatre

Director: Deborah Brock
Country: United States
Runtime: 77 minutes
Year: 1987

Director Deborah Brock in Person


Co-presented by Etheria and Cinematic Void!

Etheria Film Night is the world’s most respected showcase of new horror, comedy, science fiction, fantasy, action, and thriller films made by emerging women directors.

Cinematic Void is a crazed film party screening an eclectic mix of cult classics, grindhouse horror, and weirdo oddities at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Get immersed in the cinemadness!

October 1
3:45 pm (1h 20′)

Shudder Theatre @Egyptian

Free Screening