Bloody Bloody Bible Camp Reviews

  • Oct 29, 2017

    Not as tasteful as its title suggests. lol.

    Not as tasteful as its title suggests. lol.

  • Feb 14, 2016

    Great B-movie. Awesome gore, very funny at times, and overall pretty fun. A few filler scenes could have been cut for more B-movie fun.

    Great B-movie. Awesome gore, very funny at times, and overall pretty fun. A few filler scenes could have been cut for more B-movie fun.

  • Sep 21, 2015

    Pretty Good For An Almost Micro Budget Horror Comedy Laughed Nonstop To Lol!

    Pretty Good For An Almost Micro Budget Horror Comedy Laughed Nonstop To Lol!

  • Aug 22, 2014

    "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" is a traditional slasher horror comedy directed by Vito Trabucco. The film plays upon the classic standard affair that slasher horror adheres to as axiomatic truth, with special emphasis on exaggerated caricature personalities, in campy comedic precept. The film stars Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan, Ron Jeremy, Ivet Corvea, Matthew Aidan and Elissa Dowling. The story follows a group of Christian campers returning to the Happy Day Bible Camp, the scene of a brutal massacre of campers years earlier by the notorious "Sister Mary Chopper", a masked killer. "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" isn't actually a return to classic 80's style slasher films but it is more of a celebration of the sub-genre in horror. The director of the movie highlighted and accentuated all that was glorious and gory of the decade that gave us the slasher not to mention the urban legends of masked killers lurking in the dark just beyond the yellow glow of the campfire. There are some moments in the film that "ham" it up a bit too much but they are very few and do not detract from the entertainment value of the complete picture. The characters are less than stellar, however they create a fun energetic vibe as rightful prey to the sinister Sister Mary Chopper. The film is a great indie fun time with plenty of set up scenes that strike instant nostalgia of the genre that thrives on body count. There are some weaknesses in the story that implies a greater desire to play on the gore rich kill scenes instead of a strong story but non of it really ever collapses the complete story line. Actually the film is so much fun to watch and is truly a great homage to the slasher genre that there is no real moment that would produce any emotion other than an instant love of the movie. Plus Sister Mary Chopper is just a great and terrible on screen monster that sparks all the happy thoughts of those other masked homicidal maniacs from decades past. I would say that all horror fans would enjoy "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" but don't go into the film expecting a high production value or Indie gold acting. It is a great low budget film that is big on guts 'n' gore, tits and trash topics not to mention the over the top campy humor. This isn't a top notch scary horror but it holds it's own when it comes to body count, blood and guts and presenting fans with a cool new psycho killer. Check it out if you like a bit of cheese with your gore! It really is a fun little flick.

    "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" is a traditional slasher horror comedy directed by Vito Trabucco. The film plays upon the classic standard affair that slasher horror adheres to as axiomatic truth, with special emphasis on exaggerated caricature personalities, in campy comedic precept. The film stars Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan, Ron Jeremy, Ivet Corvea, Matthew Aidan and Elissa Dowling. The story follows a group of Christian campers returning to the Happy Day Bible Camp, the scene of a brutal massacre of campers years earlier by the notorious "Sister Mary Chopper", a masked killer. "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" isn't actually a return to classic 80's style slasher films but it is more of a celebration of the sub-genre in horror. The director of the movie highlighted and accentuated all that was glorious and gory of the decade that gave us the slasher not to mention the urban legends of masked killers lurking in the dark just beyond the yellow glow of the campfire. There are some moments in the film that "ham" it up a bit too much but they are very few and do not detract from the entertainment value of the complete picture. The characters are less than stellar, however they create a fun energetic vibe as rightful prey to the sinister Sister Mary Chopper. The film is a great indie fun time with plenty of set up scenes that strike instant nostalgia of the genre that thrives on body count. There are some weaknesses in the story that implies a greater desire to play on the gore rich kill scenes instead of a strong story but non of it really ever collapses the complete story line. Actually the film is so much fun to watch and is truly a great homage to the slasher genre that there is no real moment that would produce any emotion other than an instant love of the movie. Plus Sister Mary Chopper is just a great and terrible on screen monster that sparks all the happy thoughts of those other masked homicidal maniacs from decades past. I would say that all horror fans would enjoy "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" but don't go into the film expecting a high production value or Indie gold acting. It is a great low budget film that is big on guts 'n' gore, tits and trash topics not to mention the over the top campy humor. This isn't a top notch scary horror but it holds it's own when it comes to body count, blood and guts and presenting fans with a cool new psycho killer. Check it out if you like a bit of cheese with your gore! It really is a fun little flick.

  • May 20, 2014

    Davantage une comédie de série z qu'un véritable film d'horreur, il s'agit d'un amalgame particulièrement exagéré des plus grands clichés des slashers des années 80. Le film lui-même mériterait une bien meilleure note s'il n'était pas aussi mal réalisé. Les acteurs n'ont aucune crédibilité et l'apparition de Ron Jeremy n'améliore en rien la situation.

    Davantage une comédie de série z qu'un véritable film d'horreur, il s'agit d'un amalgame particulièrement exagéré des plus grands clichés des slashers des années 80. Le film lui-même mériterait une bien meilleure note s'il n'était pas aussi mal réalisé. Les acteurs n'ont aucune crédibilité et l'apparition de Ron Jeremy n'améliore en rien la situation.