Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (1988)
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as Molly Nagle
as Sean Whitmore
as Ally Burgess
as Uncle John
as Rob Darrinco
as Woman in Truck
Critic Reviews for Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
Far more subversively comical than the 1983 original, Sleepaway Camp II admirably mixes things up in a way that not only manages to still be faithful to the spirit of the first film, but also takes some wild leaps in tone and approach.
If you have ever wanted to see bratpack adolescents get their bloody comeuppance, then this teen-trashing sequel might just put a smile on your acne-pocked face.
If your main reason for seeing a movie is a big quantity of corpses, then Unhappy Campers is right up your alley.
bunch af great death scenes in a lackluster flick
Audience Reviews for Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
Not as good as the first one, and it changes actresses for the lead role, but I liked it anyway. It's a good horror movie for the late 80s, not great but fun and enjoyable for 80s fans in particular.
As much as I like terrible horror movies, this one just didn't work for me. I'm not quite sure why.
Sleepaway Camp II has even more silliness than the first film. Stripping away the more "serious" overtones of the first, Unhappy Campers takes on a whole new approach to this tongue in cheek series. The film is simply a riot from start to finish, and Pamela Springsteen (sister of singer Bruce Springsteen) is awesome as Angela. The death scenes are hilarious, not to mention super silly. Unhappy Campers is a fun film to watch with friends over beers. A very original, and fun take on the series, Unhappy Campers is a prime example of a terrific Horror comedy that actually works. Fans of the first Sleepaway Camp are going to enjoy this film just as much due to it's over the top humour and silliness.
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