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Sleepaway Camp

3.7 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews

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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Legacy Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 1 2005
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00077BOO2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,635 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: DVD
...the wardrobe department from this movie! Man! Ultra high tube socks! Midriff baring T-shirts(for the guys!)! Super high and tight shorts!(also for the guys! let's sing Soprano!)
But really, from the opening scene, you know you are in for one sweet and (unintentionally)funny ride. If you haven't seen it, let me go over the very beginning.
Hair helmet sporting lifeguard lends boat to cute but inattentive girl. Both fail to hear pleas from the waterskiing
girl(who no doubt gradutated from the William Shatner school of acting) who has spotted a man and his two children in the water after capsizing their boat. From the ultra fake body which gets run over to the lament filled utterance "John" by the man's "significant other" to the girl screaming so loudly you would think she was the one who was run over...I haven't laughed this hard in a while.
And it gets better after that.
Witness the obscenity filled male softball game with players in the ranging in the ages of 9 to 25!
Witness men walking around in their underwear alot more than they should at a camp for little kids!
Witness the girl who gets hit by a water ballon drop like she has just been shot!
Witness Mel(who looks like a crack addicted Norman Fell) put on the most dramatic performance of 1983!
You think Johnny and gang from the Karate Kid were mean? Check out this gang!(Guys and Girls!)
Shockingly funny ending! I won't give it away here, but it just seems like it fits with the rest of the weirdness of the film.
Get some beer, get some friends, enjoy the campiness.
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Oh f%^&! That was my bona fide reaction to the final scene, and I'm pretty sure it will also be yours as long as you go into this film with no outside knowledge about what happens. I laughed off this film's claim to offer "the most shocking climax in the history of American cinema," but I'm here to tell you these guys were serious - and they deliver the goods. This may or may not be the most shocking ending of all time, but I'm here to tell you that it's way up there on the list. Up until that point, this was just a slightly better than average slasher, but now I want to out and shout "Sleepaway Camp" from the rooftops. It has been so long since any slasher offered me even the smallest of surprises, then here comes along this cult classic from 1983 to totally blow me away. If you have even the smallest iota of interest in horror films, you simply must watch Sleepaway Camp.

What parent wouldn't want to send their little angel to Camp Arawak? The guy who runs the place is a dirty old man, the head cook's a pedophile, and the counselors are worse than the kids. Here, your child can take part in water balloon fights atop a sloping roof, wander out into the lake to skinny dip or dump his canoe passengers any time night or day, and be as mean to the other kids as he wants. Yep, this is a great place for kids to go camping. One kid who does not enjoy the experience, however, is Angela (Felissa Rose), who is sent there along with her cousin Ricky (Jonathan Tiersten) by Aunt Martha. Martha is a strange one; she looks weird, she talks weird, and she's completely loony tunes - but she has been Angela's guardian ever since a tragic boating accident made her an orphan. It's no wonder - after all she's been through - that Angela is shy and withdrawn among the other kids at Camp Arawak.
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I will say, I am huge horror fan, but always steered clear of the "Sleepaway Camp" series until today. I always thought the movies looked and sounded really stupid. And I was pretty much right, but in a good way. ;P
Sleepaway camp is one of those movies that has cheesey and over-the-top acting, plenty of stereo types, but somehow it all works.
This movie is about a girl named Angela and her cousin Ricky going away to summer camp. It of course is supposed to be a lot of fun. But Angela is very shy and doesn't want to talk to anyone or play any games or anything so she is picked on a good deal. And not to far after they get to camp, people start to die.
Its pretty clear who is the killer from the get-go, but it still keeps you interested because its a fun movie, and you keep wondering "WHY?" are they killing. It actually has a nasty little twist of an ending too. And the sad thing is, that what happened to the killer isn't far from what has happened to some people(seen a similar case on dateline, except without all the murders).
I didn't think this movie was slow, but I don't have a short attention span either. But I'd say that if you like horror movies, or movies that are so bad their good, then you'll like "Sleepaway Camp", its worth at least one view, its pretty darn funny(unintenionally most of the time.). The gore is pretty good too, its not to explicit so it leaves some to the imagination, but it shows just enough. All in all, worthwhile horror film. :D
God Bless & *enjoy* ~Amy
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Format: Blu-ray
This movie has a cult following. I don't understand why. It's just weird. Like many Scream Factory releases, the HD transfer is great, and the cover is the best part. A dream come true collectors of a movie that could previously only be found in the clearance bin of old video stores. The movie itself might please movie buffs, but I can't see any of these viewers having girlfriends. In terms of feel, this movie resembles the Friday the 13th atmosphere. Wooded area, camp grounds, teenagers doing what teenagers do. Acting is as bad as any B-movie from that era. The strange flashbacks with the mother is the most disturbing part of the movie. The ending is an attempted plot twist that falls flat. I won't spoil anything, but will simply say the cover of sleepaway camp II gives it away entirely.
As much as I like bad horror movies, this one is just too bad to be any good. And its entire cult following can be owed to the fact that it mimics the feel of the far superior Friday the 13th.
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