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Subject: Do You Know This Movie?

Written By: CLN on 1/28/1999 at 3:30 a.m.

If this movie sounds familiar, PLEASE drop me a line and tell me what it is. I've been trying for years now to find out what it is so I can finally watch the entire thing.

I saw bits and pieces of this movie one night when we went to see "Urban Cowboy" at the local drive-in (this places the movie in late 1980 or early 1981--I remember it was rather chilly). We arrived early and got to catch the tail end of the movie before "Cowboy", which was this really interesting horror film. I slept through "Cowboy", but was wide awake for the horror film.

Of the bits and pieces I saw (my chaperoning cousin was steadily beating on me--"STOP WATCHING THAT!") I recall a woman living in a sorority house or dorm, wearing a light-colored nightgown (she resembles the way Sandy looked at the sleepover in "Grease"). She sneaks into the kitchen in the middle of the night and gets a butcher knife, which she uses to stab her roommate (?) to death. In later scenes, the woman is on a date and goes parking at the top of a hillside/cliff. Her date begins to rape her, and she manages to dig a nail file out of her purse and stab him with it. She claws her way out from under him, and pops the car into neutral and watches as it rolls off the hill. If memory serves, this latter scene ends the movie.

Sound familiar? If so, a quick note with a title or any further information would be greatly appreciated. You can e-mail me at clnorman@usa.net, and please accept my thanks for any help you can offer.