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Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor (2012)


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  • Actors: Ruben Gomez
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Rainbow Productions
  • DVD Release Date: March 23, 2012
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000N6O9C6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,921 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Allison Kramer (CARRIE CHAMBERS) suffers recurring nightmares and selective amnesia. She returns to camp to discover the truth only to find dark memories coming to life before her very eyes. In her exploration she encounters a sleazy ranger (JOHN LODICO) and kindly hunter (Scarface's VICTOR CAMPOS). Death awaits them, as the secrets of infamous killer Angela Baker are revealed.

Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor is a sequel in the long running cult classic franchise. A test shoot directed by legendary grindhouse editor Jim Markovic was conducted in 1992 which never graduated to full filming. However, over the past 20 years the footage was rescued and painstaking work began on reconstructing the project using archive scenes from previous films as well as newly recorded narration and visual effects to create a "clip" movie that would approximate the original intent to as final a degree as possible. The result of years of work is now available as a 70min feature approved by the director.

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Maybe 5-9 minutes of new footage and it is crappy footage.
sharon
I don't even understand why the movie is titled ... 'The Survivor' unless I read into it how I want to.
~ShadowDancer~
I only recommend this film to hard core Sleepaway Camp fans and Z-grade movie buffs.
Jorge A. Zarco

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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By K. Sommerfield on March 27, 2012
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"Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor" was the dreamchild of 1992 that sadly never came true. The film was originally intended to be the fourth installment "Sleepaway Camp" series. It was partially filmed in October 1992 but was never completed due to lack of funding. In 2002 the unfinished footage from the first day of shooting was released and made available as an exclusive fourth disc with the Best Buy edition of the Region 1 "Sleepaway Camp" box set.

But...all was not lost! John Klyza, webmaster of SleepawayCampFilms, helped put together an official final cut of the film which they said would bring closure to the Survivor's legacy. The final film would be 70% material from the first three films and 30% new Survivor material. Is the final film one to be cherished into the hearts of Sleepaway Camp fans everywhere or does it deserve to stay as archived material?

Well, the answer my fellow slasher fans is one that you do not want to hear. "Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor" is not good. Everything about it is terrible in every way that you could only imagine and in several ways that you would have thought they wouldn't have been able to screw up. What's wrong with it? In honor of this terrible movie I will be taking my comments and editing them into a half hearted review. Here we go!

* The flashback clips are the worst quality clips they could find. I'm talking VHS copy of a copy bad. It is grainy, distorted, and hard to make out.

* The sound quality is not good. The "new" footage is far too loud and you can't even hear the old footage. Prepare to have the remote handy for adjusting the volume...every few seconds!

* The new material doesn't make any sense whatsoever and doesn't flow with the editing of the first three films.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ~ShadowDancer~ on July 28, 2012
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Oh. My. Gosh.

Where should I even begin?! Well, let me start by saying that I have been an avid 'Sleepaway Camp' fan since my childhood years. So, the late 80's, let's see. I was around 12 and I was always into the horror genre. I also remember watching the first three movies in this series and wishing for a long time that the franchise would come out with a fourth sequel. Alas, you know how the old saying goes: Be careful what you wish for!

Now, I will share that I went into buying this movie with an open mind. I had already read the negative feedback before viewing it, along with some of the VERY limited positive feedback, but like I always do, I watch first and then pass my own judgement after the fact. Yup, and sadly, this time ... I got to say majority opinion rules here. How should I put this delicately for any sensitive fans out there who may have 'liked' this release?! I can't really, I'm so sorry, plain out: It SUCKED! I'm sorry, it did, and this is coming from a fan who usually ends up taking a liking to the 'underdog' films. I was one of the few fans who advocated for Halloween 5 when so many other fans put it down. Yeah, you heard me right: I liked that movie. But I don't like this one. AT ALL.

Which brings me to my main point: Why is this even called a movie again?! Essentially, it's a recap of the first three films in flashback form. This is what almost makes up the entire 'movie', which wouldn't be so bad in and of itself if the viewer wasn't deceived into believing that this, ahem 'movie, had it's own new and cohesive plot line. Seriously, this should have been labeled as nothing more than a special feature DVD, celebrating the first three movies and the lost footage for the uncompleted film of '92.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Byrdman on June 4, 2013
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It wasn't good as the first 3 movies and the 5th one. It's okay I just didn't know it wasn't like the first ones
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Avery on March 28, 2014
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While I do agree this film wasn't as good as the others and the quality wasn't great, I think the filmmakers had a good idea going. Personally, instead of making Allison Angela (which i think was what they were aiming for), I think they could have made her someone who happened to survive all three experiences or that movie 2 and 3 and Angela was a different person from Peter and that she's the movie 2 and 3 one but had also been there for the first movie and was a copy cat killer.

The hunter looked a little like Lenny (John Baker's boyfriend from the first movie) to me and could have been written as his father, dealing with the loss of his son(who had turned to different people to replace John) to Aids (these movies were filmed during the Aids crisis after all). I also think, since the hunter said their was no ranger, but we saw one, that ranger was really Peter trying to kill Allison for taking his identity. The movie could have ended with the hunter defeating both Allison and Peter, who he would also know was some what of a step-grandson. I also think, in that scene from the first film where Peter and Angela are sitting on a bed after they see John and Lenny together, think Peter did something bad to Angela, so he would have had to deal with the pain of knowing that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on August 13, 2013
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This one was a waste of my time and money. Very disappointed with this movie, I could have kept my money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryn Johnson on February 2, 2013
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Awful movie would not recommend! The quality of the video and playback was great though the movie itself was horrible
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