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Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers

3.8 out of 5 stars 136 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Pamela Springsteen, Renée Estevez, Tony Higgins, Valerie Hartman, Brian Patrick Clarke
  • Directors: Michael A. Simpson
  • Writers: Fritz Gordon, Robert Hiltzik
  • Producers: Michael A. Simpson, Jerry Silva, Robert F. Phillips, Stan Wakefield
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2002
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006ADDE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,808 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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When I put this DVD in, I wasn't really expect much. All I expected was a crappy sequel to a really great film, since alot of slasher sequels aren't that good. Well, I was pleasantly suprised because what I got was a highly enjoyable late 80's horror cheesefest that all fans of corny slasher flicks can appreciate.

Basically, the plot revolves around a group of kids at a camp called Rolling Hills, which is apparently 60 miles from Arawak. Well, it turnes out that Angela did her time at the mental hospital and has had a sex change operation (She used to be a boy) and is apparently "cured". Haha. Boy, were the counselors that hired her wrong. Pretty soon, kids begin to start missing. Angela claims that she's sent them home for behaving badly, when really, she's been brutally murdering them in painful, gruesome ways. No one knows this, and of course, they believe her when she tells them she sent 'em home. Well, when more and more kids keep getting "sent home", the camp counselors get suspicious and fire Angela. Of course, Angela runs off into the forest and to the abandoned cabin where she likes to hang out. One of the remaining teenagers decides that she wants to try and cheer her up, and grabs her boyfriend and has him help her. Well, when they reach Angela's hangout spot, they soon find out her disgustingly horrible secret and now both of their lives are in danger. Will they make it out alive? Watch the movie and find out, damn it!

Well, there's a run-down of the main premise of this short, but incredibly entertaining bloodfest. Now, the story is really quite absurd. Wouldn't they check Angela's records or something before hiring her as a staff member? In real life, yes, they would have and they would have NEVER have hired her...
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The chick on the cover isnt in the movie at all lets just get that out of the way.This movie is just plain fun, lots of boobs, counselors and campers with serious mullets and really bad effects makeup. the continuity is lacking and so is the writing for that matter BUT I LOVE THIS MOVIE> because I love the "campy" aspect no pun intended. Angela is back on this movie but this time she isnt the wallflower quiet camper that secretly kills her fellow campers and the staff, no this time around she is UBER-COUNSELOR!!! She sings Kum-bay-yah and tries to keep her cabin full of girls(who are to freaking old to be campers) from losing thier shirts, literally, at all moments of the day. She clashes with other staff members because she sticks to the rules, and she Kills when she sees them being broke, She is the "angel of death" only slaughtering those who deserve to be killed. Angela practically skips through each murder with a giant grin and a biting humorous line or two. You want these brats to get offed, especially Allie the wet t-shirt, nappy-headed slut. This film outdoes the first one by a mile, so go rent a cabin, eat s'mores, grab your deep woods off and have a good time with this one!
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This is a fantastic sequel! It has everything a great horror movie should have- a likeable killer (played magnificently by Pamela Springstein), unlikeable victims, nudity, drugs, great death scenes (LOVE the toilet scene) and funny one-liners. I definately believe they topped the first one with this movie. This movie doesn't try to be scary (like the first one did unsuccessfully)--it tries to be funny, yet it doesn't lack on gore or great killings. I really enjoyed what they did with Angela on this sequel. She was so annoying in the first--you almost wanted to smack her! Props to this great little movie and to Pamela Springstein- our first female transexual physcho killer!!!
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What happens when you mix a campground full of unwary, hormonally -charged youngsters and the instructors that seem motivated by the same reasoning, a wonderfully nice lady by the name of Angela that is working around the aggression of her past follies by molding good little boys and girls through a healthy concoction of moral policing, torment, and the habitual killings that sometimes follow in suit, and the creativeness of drills, abandoned buildings, cooking out, and other dysfunctional ways of dealing with the masses that crawl beneath your skin? Why, you have a situation in which the councilor of the week can send people home in any bloody way she chooses in the sequential premeditation we like to call SleepAway Camp 2.
In this installment, Angela finds herself truly a female and "cured" of all the ghosts tormenting her previous camping experience. No more are the shadows of people mocking her plaguing a 14-year old memories, to the point that the doctors running evaluations on her mental condition say that she's fine. In fact, according to her, she has some good recommendations from them in regard to finding work when she is released, so finding a job was fairly easy. And what's the best line of work for someone who's trying to avoid a relapse into the world of campground butchery that she plunged into not too terribly long ago? Why, as a camp councilor, of course! This, of course, leads down highways that are a little more graphic than the last installment in the Sleepaway saga, letting Angela wholeheartedly embrace the multitudes with her own special brand of love while working her way through the bad apples in the bunch.
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