Student Bodies

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Student Bodies (1981, USA) is a Slasher-Comedy film directed by Mickey Rose & Michael Ritchie.


Main Details

  • Released in 1981
  • Color
  • Running Time: 86 Min.
  • Production Co: Allen Smithee Classic Films | Paramount Pictures | Universal Southwest Cinema
  • Distribution Co: Paramount Pictures (1981) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Mickey Rose & Michael Ritchie (uncredited)
  • Written by Mickey Rose
  • Starring Kristen Riter, Matthew Goldsby, Richard Belzer, Joe Flood, Joe Talarowski, Mimi Weddell
  • Produced by Jerry Belson, Harvey Miller, Michael Ritchie, Melvin Shapiro
  • Original Music by Gene Hobson
  • Cinematography by Robert Ebinger
  • Film Editing by Ruth Hope


  • 131/2 Murders + 1423 Laughs = Student Bodies
  • The Laugh Count Begins


Student Bodies is a 1981 comedy film written and directed by Mickey Rose, with an uncredited Michael Ritchie co-directing. A spoof of slasher horror films such as Halloween, Friday The 13th and Prom Night. Student Bodies was the first film to satirize the thriving slasher film genre. A prominent feature of the film is a body count that is superimposed onscreen whenever a death occurs. (Wikipedia)

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