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  • Actors: Jennifer Ritchkoff, Joe Hagerty
  • Directors: Brad Sykes
  • Writers: Brad Sykes
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Razor Digital Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 14, 2004
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002IQEU0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #258,412 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Out and about on a camping trip in the woods without a care in the world, four campers found themselves in an unknown world. With the death of their guide and at the mercy of a cold blooded killer, the trip of fun in the sun soon took a wrong turn. With friends slowly disappearing, so does the chance of getting out alive.

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They are both the best movies I have ever seen.
Bethie Ruthie and Petie
The film wasn't that great or even decent but it was watchable and entertaining/funny and that is hard to do with a script that looks bad and sounds bad.
POD JAWS
Everything you could imagine going wrong with a movie happens here.
Jeffrey Leach

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on January 4, 2005
Format: DVD
Let's see a group of campers go to a place called 'Camp Blood', but they are warned not to go by a crazy old man on the side of the road. They end up facing a homicidal maniac who kills them with a machette. Do you think they might have lifted this from 'Friday the 13th'? Well there you go for a plot.

The blond birdwatcher who gets killed in the beginning is the hottest chick in the film, she's also the only one with a topless scene and she looks real good. The other girl that sparins her ankle is cute, but she keeps her clothes on, as does the overweight girl with the huge chest. Harris the guide is pretty butch, but she also keeps her clothes on. So if you're looking for T&A, it's over before the opening credits.

The acting isn't that bad. Except for the rich kid with the cell-phone. He's pretty hammy and lays on the schlock pretty thick.

Spoiler ahead be warned.....

This is pretty stupid because HArris is the first to die. She's hacked up and burned when the campers discover her in the morning. They are killed one by one until the overweight chick with the short haircut runs down the killer in a truck. It turned out to be Harris the guide. Yeah right, OK.

The end of ther flick has the survivor in an insane asylum and all her friends arrive as a doctor, cop, and a nurse. The last scene is the clown approaching with the machette.

This is a pretty stupid movie. Not much more can be said.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Cromlich on May 1, 2008
Format: DVD
For a movie with a budget this low, it was actually very impressive. It looked like a group of friends went camping for the weekend, got sauced, and came up with this idea for a movie. It was good in a really funny/retarded way. I think that I write stories that have a better storyline than this.
Now the acting, it wasn't that too bad, but it was bad. I did not know that the person who was the killer would end up being it, but I did know that the helper person had something to do with the killings, and I think that it had a twist-kind of-in the end.
If you like movies that are suppose to be scary, but are acutually funny as hell,and movies that look like they were made on a maximum $1,000 budget, check this movie out,, but if you like movies that actually look like they took more than a week to make, stay the hell away from this. In my view. I liked this movie, but I don't have the same opinion as a lot of people.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sean on January 28, 2006
Format: DVD
i honestly can't remember the last time i laughed this hard at a movie.

people are looking way to far into this, but in reality, if you can't laugh at this you don't have a sense of humor. it is right up there with return of the living dead.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on April 15, 2004
Format: DVD
I rarely have problems watching a shot on video production. I figure budding new filmmakers have to start somewhere in the quest for a Hollywood career. If that means picking up Mom and Dad's camcorder and shooting a film with your buddies, so be it. It's not like you can walk into a Tinseltown studio with a script tucked under your arm and get a job making a summer blockbuster by the end of the week. Making films is a lot like writing; it takes a great amount of time and effort to create something other people will want to experience. I have seen plenty of movies where the director had almost nothing to work with yet created a truly engaging picture. Look at David Cronenberg's "Shivers," for example. He had so little money that he couldn't film anywhere other than in an apartment building, yet the movie works nicely because the idea is original. Unfortunately, "Camp Blood" is an example of the other extreme, a prime example of sloppy filmmaking, bad acting, and a horrible and highly derivative script. "Camp Blood" looks bad, feels bad, and is bad. I find it incredible that you can rent this atrocity at the video store.
A group of young people (sigh) decides to camp out in the woods near an abandoned summer camp that the locals in the area have since rechristened Camp Blood. We know the place is dangerous because a couple looking for rare flora and fauna die horribly at the hands of killer clown (!) before the kiddies get there, and the locals tell our hapless heroes not to go there. Well, one local tells them, a guy dutifully fulfilling the cliché ridden Crazy Ralph role seen in the early "Friday the 13th" films.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim Verheyn Junior on July 27, 2003
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Wow! What can I say about this movie? I fell in love with it after just 1 viewing. I saw it in a video store shortly after The Blair Witch Project hit the theaters and rented it. It is independently-made so the camera work isn't spectacular, but the special effects make up for that! The characters and dialogue are believable, and the action is intense and scary. A must-see for all horror movie fans!! Needless to say, I own this and the sequel.
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It lacks a good story but all in all it was well put together. I know there is a lot of hate towards this movie but for such a low budget I thought it was superbly done! I have no idea why people have to be so hard on this movie.... put the directors in your shoes... it must have been as back-breaking and complex to make as "The Evil Dead (1981)" was! My main concern for this movie is how many movies it rips off!

Plot: four friends and a guide go for a little adventure in the quiet solitude that the dense thick woods of Camp Blackwood (A.K.A. Camp "Blood") provides even though they heard of a missing girl in the same area and they were flat-out warned about it and told not to go. But as they settle in for a night's rest they hear screams in which they also ignore but come to find out that there guide has been barbecued in there illogical fire that can engulf in flames by just throwing a match in it! Now the four friends are being stalked by a lunatic and are being picked off one by one.... who can survive the long day of the Camp Blood nightmare!

Review: As I said earlier this film rips off many movies mainly being "Friday the 13th Part One" and it even has ghost tales around a camp fire about there being a lunatic in the area just like in "Friday the 13th Part Two"! Another film that really inspired the ending scene for this movie was "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"! It really copied a lot from that ending as seen the killer slices at the girls back with a weapon and the "SPOILER ALERET" killer is hit by a truck and there are two killers that chase after her in the end "END SPOILER"! And what is with the extended nudity scene that inquires no actual sex but just her looking all seductive towards a man that clearly is as dumb as they come!
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