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Raising Hell on Camp again!,
This review is from: Return to Sleepaway Camp (DVD)
25 years after the horrific massacre that happened in Camp Arawak then in 1988 and 1989 there were other massacres in other camps in the New York state done by Angela Baker (Felissa Rose) as she has been confined to a asylum with her cousin Ricky (Jonathan Tierson) now is a construction worker. At Camp Manabe, the kids and teens have great fun even if it's sex and drugs, they do someones get provided by supervison by Counselers including Ronnie (Paul DeAngelo). However there is this tormented teen boy named Alan (Michael Gibney) who gets picked on all the time and sometimes bullies some of the campers, he feels like a social reject that just doesn't belong to camp. However some of the campers and staff members begin to be disappear one by bloody one leaving them as dead bodies, Ronnie is reminded of the horrible murders that happened when he worked at Camp Arawak. Who is this mysterious killer? could be Alan on the verge for revenge, some member of the staff or could be it Angela Baker back for crazy revenge?
Exciting and vibrant comeback for the Sleepaway Camp franchise! this new installment is a reunion movie with some of the original characters and cast members. Issac Hayes in one of his final roles co-stars as a Chef whom is a homage to his "South Park" character, this one won't disappoint fans of the series including the cult original as it offers sexy girls, gory violence like the memorable gasoline with drugs death sequence that has to be seen to believed, decent acting, and of course a suprise ending just like the original as this is the best sequel of the franchise. Hell even the original's writer/director/producer Robert Hiltzik has returned.
This DVD offers a few good extras like Behind The Scenes featurette, interviews, Photo Gallery and music video.