– (1998) – A brother and sister who witness a parental tragedy grow up to kill college students in the name of poetry. Basically consists of shirtless men dying incredibly fake deaths at the hands of a shirtless woman. The humor and acting are dreadful, and any sense of fun is hard to find.
– (2016) – A clown puppet possessed by a college dean’s soul goes on a killing spree in a sorority house. Pretty awful on the surface, since killer dolls and bitchy sorority girls have been done to death, but the overall corniness does make for an easy watch. Lacks gore and nudity, but does have a quick pace and decent characters.
– (2012) – A bunch of college geeks deal with zombies by referring to popular movies. There’s hardly any story pertaining to the dead versus the living, aside from a few wide shots of zombie groups. A dirt cheap version of something that could have been made for even cheaper and still accomplish the same nothingness.
– (2015) – Frat brothers retreat to the woods where a murderer continues a spree that began in two movies that don’t exist. The lost-film aspect leads to some truly witty moments, but the comedy gets obnoxious fast. Best when serving blood, though most of the time focuses on guys who won’t stop yelling.
– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a hedge clipper killer, girls lost in a bad area, a radio DJ stalker, and the ax murderer wraparound. The college set-up isn’t bad, and leads to less obvious surprises than the stories told within. Pretty well made for a late ’80s effort that went nowhere.