Sleepaway Camp (1983) Movie Review

Sleepaway Camp (1983)

1983 Horror, Thriller

User Score: 78/100


Angela Baker, a traumatized and very shy young girl, is sent to summer camp with her cousin. Shortly after her arrival, anyone with sinister or less than honorable intentions gets their comeuppance.

This movie is generally an imitation of Friday the 13th, but a twist is put on who the killer is. At Camp Arawak, people are stabbed, scalded to death, drowned, and stung to death by bees before this weak movie comes to a disturbing climax. The final shot of this movie will unfortunately be stuck in your head for hours. Surprisingly, this flick and it’s sequels have a pretty good cult following. Not really worth seeing unless your into low budget horror.

About Sleepaway Camp (1983)

Title: Sleepaway Camp
Year: 1983
Starring: James Paradise, Felissa Rose, Christopher Collet, Mike Kellin, John Churchill, Desiree Gould, Karen Fields, Allen Breton, Tim Clark, Michael C. Mahon, Glenn-Thomas Ford, Archie Liberace, Katherine Kamhi, Dan Tursi, Mike Tatosian, Paul DeAngelo, Thomas E. van Dell, Paul Poland, Loris Sallahian, Alyson Mord, John E. Dunn, Carol Robinson, Willy Kuskin, Bram Hand, Brad Frankel, Owen Hughes, Dee Dee Friedman, Robert Earl Jones, Julie Delisio, Susan Glaze
Director: Robert Hiltzik
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3.85/5 stars from 9 users. Votes: 9.
Genre: Horror, Thriller

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