The Sleeper

January 31, 2012 0 By Fans
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It's 1981 and the girls of Alpha Gamma Theta sorority are having a party. As the new pledges arrive…

Release Year: 2012

Rating: 3.7/10 (201 voted)

Justin Russell

Stars: Brittany Belland, Tiffany Arnold, Riana Ballo

It's 1981 and the girls of Alpha Gamma Theta sorority are having a party. As the new pledges arrive, so does an uninvited guest. Little do the sisters know someone is watching them in the shadows. As the girls shower, study, eat and sleep the stalker studies the girls. One by one he finds the girls at their most vulnerable and murders them. The police hunt for the missing girls and their killer, but will they find them in time? Or will the girls be forced to fight for their lives…


Brittany Belland


Tiffany Arnold


Riana Ballo


John Bloom

Dr. Briggs

Jessica Cameron


Jason Jay Crabtree

The Sleeper

Ali Ferda


Bob Ferrato

Officer 1

Jenna Fournier


Luke Frost

Detective James

E. Ray Goodwin

Detective Drake

Dana Jackson

Pool Attendant

Beverly Kristy

Miss Joy

Elizabeth Lane


Paul Moon


If I die before I wake

Release Date: 31 January 2012

Filming Locations: Springfield, Ohio, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $30,000


Technical Specs


User Review

80s Slasher Homage

Rating: 7/10

The Sleeper is an homage to those slasher films of the 1980s. I
attended a screening of the film at the Grandview Theater in Columbus,
OH a couple nights ago and a large crowd had showed up for the Ohio
film makers who shot this thing in Springfield, OH. Set in 1981, the
film follows a sorority house whose pretty young members and
telephoned, stalked and killed by a maniac who likes to sit in the
basement, drawing things on their photographs and muttering
incoherently to himself. He calls up the house from time to time to let
those on the other end who is next victim will be. For a very low
budget movie ( the campus is virtually deserted and there are few
extras in the film), this came out pretty well. The acting is not
cringe worthy and The Sleeper's kills are pretty effective and gruesome
in some cases. Full of all the clichés and lapses in character logic
that the 80s slashers were infamous for….right up to the
not-so-shocking final scene, which makes no sense plot wise, but is
tacked on because that is what's expected from these films. During the
Q&A after the film, the director said there was distribution deal at
the moment, but hopefully some DVD label will pick this up.