Friday, August 10, 2012

Day 10 of the Birthday Murder Mystery Giveaway

Welcome to day 10 of the Birthday Murder Mystery Giveaway. Tonight we have the next featured shop from our big giveaway. We also have the next clue in our Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt. Play along and you'll have the chance for 15 extra entries. And, since it's Friday, we have a birthday themed Fear Friday post. First off lets get to our featured item of the night from Laughing Vixen Lounge.

Funny Vintage Ladies Compact - Mistakes  $15

Purchase any item(s) from Laughing Vixen Lounge through August 31st and get 10% off your order. Use code AUGUST10 at checkout.

Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt Clue - Day 9

Each day you'll find the next clue in our Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt. It will be hidden at the top of an item listing inside one of our participating shops. You'll be given a quick clue as to where the main clue is hiding. Collect all the clues and you can get an extra 15 entries in the big giveaway. Make sure to read all the fine print on how to submit your answers on the main giveaway page! Do not post them anywhere on the blog.

Day 9 - Gasps fill the room as guests try to see inside the sitting room. "What happened to her?" someone whispered. Find the next clue to reveal the murder weapon.

Today's clue is hiding in Junkmill[Relics].
Need a little help finding the clue? "Shuffle and deal"

Once you've found the clue come back here and post "I found it!" in the comments. Just don't post the clue! 8)

Featured Shop - Junkmill[Relics]

Junkmill[Relics] is run by Chandra from Rockford, Michigan. Her shop is filled with Vintage ephemera, embellishments, oddities and upcycled items.

Vintage Liquor Labels  $4

Junkmill[Relics] has a great assortment of original and reproduction labels which make for great craft projects.

Vintage Paper Dolls  $14

You'll also find fabulous goodies like these vintage paper dolls or pin up matchbooks. Use them for inspiration for projects, decorating or just to collect.

Vintage Pin Up Matchbooks  $6.50

You'll have a chance to win a custom assortment of original and reproduction vintage labels from Chandra's shop.  Enter now on the main giveaway page.


Visit Junkmill[Relics] and use the coupon code VIXEN at checkout for free shipping on your order.

Come back tomorrow for our last birthday giveaway. This is a one day only giveaway!!! Plus the next featured shop and the next scavenger hunt clue. Oh, and don't forget to enter the big giveaway. You could walk away with some fabulous to-die-for goods from all 12 of our shops!

Fridays at the Laughing Vixen Lounge Blog are Fear Fridays where we review a different horror/scary/thriller/classic horror movie. Tonight our Fear Friday movie is keeping with our Birthday theme...

Fear Friday - The Slumber Party Massacre

Tagline - Close your eyes for a second... and sleep forever
               The Ultimate Driller Killer Thriller

Directed by Amy Holden Jones (Maid to Order and Rich Man's Wife) and released on November 12, 1982 (Rated R). A group of high school girls have a slumber party when one of the girl's parents go out of town. Unfortunately for them it's the same day an escaped murderer is on the loose in their neighborhood. Hmmmm... I wonder what's going to happen?

This movie is exactly what you'd expect from it. Lots of half naked young women being chased by a looney tune with a power drill. A really big power drill! If you like 80's styled slasher films this one will not disappoint. It's silly, cheesy and a fun watch.

Take a look at the original trailer (spoilers and lots of boobies!)...

Some trivia about the movie...
1. Rita Mae Brown wrote a screenplay for a parody of teen/slasher flicks and titled it "Sleepless Nights". However, when she submitted it to the producers, they filmed it as if it weren't a parody and retitled it "Slumber Party Massacre". As a result, the movie displays a lot more humor, both intended and unintended, than others of this genre.
2. The original first draft of the script was called "Don't Open The Door".
3. Michael Villella deliberately avoided talking to the other cast members during the shooting of the picture.
4. Michael Villella read the book "Helter Skelter" in order to research the role of Russ Thorn.
5. The entire score was done on a Casio synthesizer.
6. The big conclusion in the backyard with the swimming pool was added to the movie in a reshoot.


  1. I found it, yeah!!


  2. Found it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  3. found it!

    and that movie makes me laugh XD

  4. I found it.