Chances are you haven't heard of the film Murder Party. If you have, chances are you thought its title was indicative of some shoddy horror flick that wasn't worth a netflix subscription. If you're responsible for either of these faults, you are sorely mistaken. But perhaps you didn't get around to googling the cast photo to give you some easy incentive:
Observe: an undead cheerleader, a cardboard knight, Pris from Blade Runner, and one of the Baseball Furies from The Warriors. All in the same dingy warehouse room. In a horror movie. And almost all of them are hipster art students. What more do you need to eloquently equate horrific, black comedic madness?
Murder Party kicks off when the vanilla, Jon Arbuckle-esque protagonist discovers a mysterious invitation to a murder party on Halloween night. Alone and with nothing better to do, he arrives upon the scene only to find that he's walked into a collective of artists, impatiently waiting for 'some jackass' to artfully murder for grant money. With enough gleeful gore effects to satisfy the horror lover and a plentitude of ironic art jokes to tantalize the indie movie fanatic, Murder Party is just waiting for you to watch it.
So do it. Now. Oh, and here's the trailer: