Camp Slaughter Reviews
- 'Camp Slaughter' is a 2005 low-budget horror film written and directed by Alex Pucci. The film is a wink to the typical 80's slasher film. I absolutely love the genre filled with cliché's, but the acting, dialogues and most of the plot twists are silly. To me it was a night of brainless entertainment filled with annoyance, nothing more. It had potential; what a shame.
Four friends are travelling in a SUV towards Boston. On their way they get lost in the woods until their car breaks down. Spending the night inside the vehicle, Angela, Jen, Mario and Vade hear all sorts of creepy sounds. In the morning they are found by a group of camp counselors, who invite them to their camping ground. The quartet is surprised to find out that the people they have encountered still believe that they are living in the 80s. Then one by one, campers start to disappear. A killer is at work. A killer who is amongst them...
Definitely a "borrow," not a renter (good luck finding it though).
Bonus points for having the kid from Kyle XY be a well adjusted gay teen.