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  • Actors: Pamela Springsteen, Tracy Griffith, Michael J. Pollard, Mark Oliver, Haynes Brooke
  • Directors: Michael A. Simpson
  • Writers: Fritz Gordon, Robert Hiltzik
  • Producers: Michael A. Simpson, Jerry Silva, Robert F. Phillips, Stan Wakefield
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: Aug. 20 2002
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006ADDF
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #88,073 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BuddyBlue76 @ MySpace on July 18 2002
Format: DVD
Finally, at long last, the Sleepaway sequels are soon to be released, and it's about time (on DVD format, not to mention the VHS versions are long out of print).
Pamela Springsteen returns as the "angel of death" Angela, in this 3rd installment of the Sleepaway series. A group of select teenagers, some from wealthy families, some from lower class families are pulled together by new owners, Herman and Lilly Miranda, for an experiment in "caring and sharing" at Camp New Horizons, formerly Camp Rolling Hills.
Angela disguises herself as a registered camper for this camping trip (that's why the campers will know her as "Maria" in this one), and that's how she grabs the opportunity to take part in this project. Upon arrival, the campers are split into 3 diverse groups, and they go seperate ways to set up campsites for a few days of camping, and are supposed to meet up afterwards before they leave. Of course Angela finds that these campers are no different than the previous campers that she's dealt with before, so she sets to do what she does best - disposing of immoral teenagers. When she's finished with her original group of campers, she trades places with another camper from another group to join them, and then finally joins in on the third group when she's done with group #2. Of course the final night of camp is a thrilling adventure with the final 4 surviving campers, so I'll save that part for you to see. All I'll say is like in the "abandoned cabin sequence" in Sleepaway 2, you will get to see all the corpses of the dead campers one last final time in the "find Marsha" game that she sets up for Tony, Anita and Greg. The end of the film is a battle to the death fight between Angela and Marsha.
Definitely a cult horror favorite, as it's a no holds barred film...almost.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Colin on June 23 2004
Format: DVD
Angela is back in the second sequel to 1983's "Sleepaway Camp." As this film begins, she kills a girl heading to Camp New Horizons and impersonates her for the rest of the film. Camp New Horizons is an experimental camp, as half of the campers are from the upper-class portions of society, and half are from the lower-class. But economic status doesn't really matter, because they're all dumb as dirt, willing to show skin whenever possible, and all have loose morals and like to sin a lot, which we all know Angela is not happy about.
The campers are supposed to be young teens, but all look about 26. And there's only about ten campers in the whole gosh-durn camp, which seems illogical, but whatever. We come to see teens dying! And teens dying you shall see. As Angela gets to know her fellow campers, she soon sees what evil individuals they really are - some curse at her, some use firecrackers for bad purposes, and others fornicate when they're supposed to be fishing and doing other wholesome activities. So Angela has to do what she thinks is right and clean up the camp. There's even a wistful moment as Angela recalls what camp used to be, when she won the award for camper of the week (from SC2). "You like me! You really, really like me!"
There's humor and silliness, and a ton of funny throwaway jokes. For instance, while fishing Angela hooks a hockey mask that looks suspiciously like one used by that villain in that other horror film franchise. "What day is this?" she asks. Why it's Saturday...Saturday the 14th, someone alerts her.
It ain't Citizen Kane, but that doesn't really matter, does it? It's just a fun slasher film that'll have you laughing and groaning, and isn't that what life's about.
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Format: DVD
this movie is not good.the first one almost sucked,but had that unreal
ending to make it worth watching.this one has nothing.there's zero
scare,zero tension or suspense.this isn't really a horror movie.most of
the kills don't show anything.there's no gore to speak of.this could
almost be a TV,except for a bit of nudity and a bit of violence.the
acting is not very good,either.and don't get me started on the
dialogue.as for the surprise ending,surprise,there isn't one.i suppose
it could have been worse,although i don't see how.but then again,it is
less than 80 minutes long,so i guess that's a good thing.although it
felt a lot longer. apparently this is the cut version of the film.i
found it for a very cheap price,but it still not worth it.if you want
the uncut more graphic version,check out the Anchor Bay
edition.anyway,this version of Sleepaway Camp II:Unhappy Campers gets a
big fat 1/10 from me. p.s.if you watch this movie,you will probably be
a bored and unhappy camper.if you are a real fan,you might want to pick
up Anchor Bay's Sleepaway Camp(with survival kit) three disc collection
containing the first three movies uncut and with special features
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Format: DVD
Sleepaway Camp III was overall decent but it was missing what the second one had; don't ask me because I don't know what.The characters weren't extremely likeable as they were in the second one.Angela is still quirky and funny as usual though thanks to a great performance from Pamela Springsteen.The dialogue is not original but above average for an 80's slasher sequel.The plot is nothing really original either, but it has individual good scenes and some humorous dialogue.That's all I can really think to say about Sleepaway Camp III- Teenage Wasteland.Check this one out if you have the time.Welcome to Camp New Horizons, where an autumn retreat brings together a group of obnoxious rich kids and surly city thugs for an experiment in sharing.But when notorious transsexual psychopath Angela Baker joins the teens, she shares a lesson in butchery with axes, trucks, firecrackers, lawnmowers, and more.Tracy Griffith co- star in this third wild installment of the cult body- count saga, packed with all the cruel killings you love and a bloody cabin full of exclusive extras you've only imagined.Welcome to Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland!(6/10)
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