Two low-budget horror movies. In 'Pranks' (1982), a group of college students stay behind during the Christmas holidays in order to help clean out the soon-to-be-demolished Morgan Meadows Hall. A small group of students? Cut-off and isolated over the holidays? Of course they are going to be stalked by a murderous psychopath, and in this case it just happens to be one wielding a spiked baseball bat. In 'God Told Me To' (1976), a series of mass murders are committed by seemingly unlikely killers and it is up to devoutly-Catholic police detective Peter Nicholas (Tony Lo Bianco) to investigate. The connection between the killers is that they all make the same dying confession: 'God told me to'.