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Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland (Widescreen)

Pamela Springsteen , Tracy Griffith , Michael A. Simpson    R (Restricted)   DVD
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The film opens with Maria (Kashina Kessler) heading to camp. However, she is chased into an alleyway by a large truck, driven by serial killer Angela Baker (Pamela Springsteen), before being run over. Angela disposes of the body in a trash compactor, before posing as Maria and boarding the bus to Camp New Horizon, which was once Camp Rolling Hills where Angela massacred campers the year before. After arriving, news reporter Tawny Richards (Randi Layne) interviews the many campers who are taking part in "an experiment in sharing", seeing different social classes living together.

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By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER
Filmed back-to-back with Sleepaway Campers 2: Unhappy Campers, this third installment in the series falls quite a bit short of its predecessor and the unforgettable original. To the filmmakers' credit, they once again adapt their stylistic approach, refusing to merely copy what they had done before. As we enter this Teenage Wasteland (a nod to director Michael Simpson's fondness for The Who), we are now fully in horror-comedy mode. In that context, the movie is successful, as our killer tops off each kill with a one-liner and, but this approach ultimately lessens the impact of this film on the viewer. This is something of a robotic experience, lacking any of the emotion that attached itself to the nascent comedic aspects of the first sequel. Despite her prolific and heinous crimes, the Angela of Sleepaway Camp 2 was a somewhat sympathetic character. There was a depth and a degree of sadness to her character - if only those campers hadn't misbehaved and broken the rules, then she wouldn't have had to kill them. Only at the end of Teenage Wasteland does that kind of ambivalence reappear; up to that point, she's just a killing machine.

Angela is a true anti-hero this time around, and you won't even have to feel guilty for rooting her own once you meet the gang at Camp New Horizons. Set in the very location of Camp Rolling Hills (where Angela massacred all the campers a year ago), Camp New Horizons is an "experiment in sharing," bringing together six underprivileged teens alongside six teens from wealthy homes. Stereotypes abound. By and large, the poor kids are all juvenile delinquents of one kind or another, and the rich kids are snooty, racist brats. Only two out of the bunch are even remotely likeable. The camp itself is the brainchild of lecherous oddball Herman (Michael J.
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By falcon
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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This is the Legacy Entertainment edition of Sleepaway Camp 3. I wouldn't have bought this edition if I knew it was so inferior (compared to the Anchor Bay edition). First of all, the Legacy edition is in full screen and it has no special features. The "trailer" is just an advertisement for other Legacy DVDs. The Anchor Bay edition is a lot better - it has the film's theatrical trailer, an enjoyable audio commentary, and all the extra gore footage that they were forced to cut. Apparently, Sleepaway Camp 3 would've been given an X rating unless the gore was toned down. That goes to show just how draconian the MPAA can be. You won't get to see that extra footage on the Legacy edition. So if you like special features, and if you want to see that gore footage, you'll need to see the Anchor Bay edition. And the Anchor Bay edition is shown in widescreen. I like all three Sleepaway camp movies, but this Legacy edition doesn't cut it.
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1.0 out of 5 stars SO bad...(ZERO stars!...) July 2 2004
By Xanadu
What a dissapointment! After the fun of "Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers", theres this; one of the worst and stupidest movies I've ever seen. It just SUCKS! It could have been better if there had been more campers. Also, if the little campers there were weren't actually out camping the whole time in tents. And most of the deaths take place during the day, and there are no likeable charectors; well, except Angela, but she just seems depressed thorughout the whole thing. She barely says anything or acts funny at all! There are survivors in this one, a guy and a girl, but I didn't even care becuase they weren't even all that likeable. Why couldin't they have let Molly, a good charector survive in the last one, but had stupid Marsha and the Mexican guy survive in this one??? And it's just very borng for the most part, and the deaths are weak, and there's barely any gore. There IS another dead-bodies-ina-cabin thing at the end, but it's so dark in there, you can't even see anything! SOOOO not reccomended!
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4.0 out of 5 stars I'll camp until I die June 23 2004
By Colin
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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