And To All a Goodnight
An under-rated cult slasher film from 1980, directed by David Hess (The same bloke who did The Last House on the Left, mind). It's basically what you'd expect from an exploitation film, albeit a very well-made one: suffers from a lack of pacing, pretty sluggish and slow in many places with a continuous repetition of the "Are We Safe in the House or What"? mantra, to the point of causing a viewer to wish the kids would all get killed off quickly. The film is ridiculous in every respect yet it’s pretty enjoyable.
It's Christmas break at the Calvin Finishing School for Girls, and the students are planning a big party while the president of the school is away. A group of boys show up and the fun begins, until mysterious killer starts bumping off couples one by one. The police show up and promise to keep everyone safe, but they prove ineffectual against the crazed psycho. Could the killings have anything to do with the girl who was killed in an initiation stunt at the school a few years earlier?