This campy horror sequel to the original 1983 feature is laced with doses of dark humor and blood-spattering special effects. Camp Rolling Hills is losing enrollment as the "bad teens" are being murdered in various gruesome manners. Angela Baker (Pamela Springsteen) is the moralistic camp counselor who tells people the campers have been "sent home." The victims are beaten, slashed choked, and one is even drowned in an outhouse as others die in creative and grisly ways. Renee Estevez stars as Molly, the heroine of the film who somehow manages to avoid being killed. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
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Cheese Factor: 5
This was a great, classic, excellent B rate horror movie! It was so cheesy but at the same time totally entertaining could have been more gore but what are ya gonna do? It very ovbious that Bruce Springsteen's sister (Transsexual lunatic Angela Baker...in the movie that is) did not inherit his vocal talents as shown in this film with a couple camp songs she sings. "Oh I'm a happy camper I love to drink and fu*k and if you pay me money on my ti++ys you can suck!"-The Sh*t sisters. So if you like campy cheesy B rate horror movies THIS IS NOT ONE TO MISS!
Not really scary, but very entertaining. Alot of interesting characters are killed off in interesting ways. Acting isn't bad. Just about every character that has a line is killed off. Killer doesn't leave any loose ends. Better than the 1st and 3rd.