If you want to see a wretchedly conceived, directed, and acted spoof that is not only stiflingly unfunny, but simultaneously boring, this is an excellent selection for you. Without question actual apes (teen or otherwise) could have made a much better film than this, and I can't recommend it to fans of any genre of motion picture, not even to hardened B-movie veterans that thrill in the discovery of a deliciously awful movie.
The premise: Teenape is summoned to be a counselor at Camp Arawak. Due no doubt to budgetary constraints there are no camp attendees, rather, the action takes place over a weekend training session for other camp counselors. After arriving in his Dodge Neon, Teenape vies for domination over all the other counselors. The jokes are pre-junior high school fodder, and while there is little explicit footage in the film, the conversation can't get two words away from sex, violence, or pointless profanity at any time. Note to the filmmakers: repetition does not make your movie funnier.
The whole mess devolves into "The Most Dangerous Game" with Teenape on the defensive. At one point the directors rip off "Jack Frost" (the Russo-Finnish production made famous by "Mystery Science Theater 3000") by having Teenape encounter Grandfather Mushroom in the forest. Here, after a gratuitous reference to Ivanushka, hero of "Jack Frost", Grandfather Mushroom gives Teenape a mystical headband instead of turning him into a bear (which would have made for a more interesting movie, by far).
The final ten minutes or so of the movie features pointless and cartoon-like violence as Teenape battles the remaining camp counselors in the woods. I was actually rolling my eyes when "Proudfoot" attempted to slay Teenape by playing him heavy metal riffs on his guitar. Watch for the only vaguely amusing character in the film, who interrupts the guitar-annihilation scene in a moment that must be seen to be believed.
The film has many extras, including an annoying cast commentary (which actually confirms the purloining of plot elements from "Jack Frost"), a documentary featuring the "Highgears", as they recorded the "Teenape Goes To Camp Theme", production photos, trailers, and an "On-Set Video Blog". I love B-movies more than just about anyone, but possibly excluding the "Baghead" cameo, there is nothing to like about "Teenape Goes To Camp." You have been warned.