Release Date: August 1, 2012
Directed by: Richard griffin
Back in 1983 a series of murders took place at Greenwald college in New England now it
is twenty years later and the slayings have returned. Josh Greene is a freshman and
poor guy can't seem to catch a break. He is constantly being bullied, embarrassed, or
just beat down by jealous a boyfriend.
The Greensboro Devil is back and he's out to slash the shit out of everything he can get
his hands on- with a little help from some cloaked and masked friends. So studying hard
is not he only thing this guys got to focus on, staying alive is coming up close on him
since these satanic men knew his late father- and we're not sure if this is good or bad.
Detective Forrester is the one who has never let this case go and he's on the war path trying
to stop them before another body drops. He enlists Josh and even his own daughter Meg to help
sleuth around for clues to identify these killers. Can these two manage to get away in one piece
or will the Greensboro Devil claim them as his own?
Murder University could well become a cheesy B type classic with it's perfect synthesized 80's type
slasher music and corny kills. Who doesn't love the fakeness of the squirting blood or the hokey possible development of a budding relationship between two characters? I can almost see Rhonda Shears or Gilbert Godfrey introducing this as a weekend flick on "Up all Night."