Sleepaway Camp 2 - Unhappy Campers details
|Starring:||Anthony Higgins, Valerie Hartman, Pamela Springsteen, Renee Estevez, Renée Estevez|
|Director:||Michael A. Simpson|
Sleepaway Camp 2 - Unhappy Campers
|Run time:||1 hour 20 minutes|
|Rental release:||31 May 2004|
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AverageBy Simon Wells from Solihull, England , 10 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an entertainging follow up to the first film. I highly recommend seeing the first film beforehand due to an interesting twist at the end of the first. The violence is quite good, the acting fine, the story basic - pretty much what you expect from a late-eighties teen slasher.
Basically- if you like horror then great if not then not worth watching. There are better films than this in the same style.
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camp rolling hillsBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 14 Aug 2012Angela is compulsive killer with indiscriminate taste for both choosing her methods and victims. She just doesn't like anybody yet she is eminently sociable. Pacy horror although I did some scanning. Rocking.
You have to see this!!!By Morleychick (3 reviews) from Arbroath , 12 Feb 2009The sister of The Boss, she is superbly funny, has the most wonderful ways of killing people and great one liners, oh yesss! :)
You should have a no star ratingBy Paul from London , 16 Oct 2006The only good thing about this film was the duration!!!!!
I get better acting from a roll of mature Brie!
non stop killing!By Miles from hertfordshire, england , 21 Jun 2006I would recommend this film to people who want lots of bizzare murders, wrapped around a simple plot. Dont bother with this if your looking for much else!
However sleepaway camp 1 is better in my opinion, though i am yet to see the third one!
Better than the first...By moleman from Derbyshire , 26 Jan 2005Several years after the original cult movie, 2 sequels were shot back to back starring Bruce Springsteen's sister as the killer. Like most '80s horror sequels, this is faster paced and more enjoyable than the original, as it ups the gore and dispenses with the whodunit angle.
It's fairly fun and tongue-in-cheek (there's a Freddy / Jason / Leatherface pastiche at one point), but still not quite top notch stuff. If I'd have seen it when it first came out, I'd probably have loved it though!