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Angela Baker has undergone years of therapy, electro-shock and sexual reassignment surgeries, and finally landed herself a job in the last place she should be working - camp rolling hills. She has an old fashioned approach as to how camp should be, and an old familiar deadly way of making sure that those who don't follow her rules don't get to come back next summer. Written by
The characters are named after actors associated with quintessential 1980s film culture - predominantly members of the Brat Pack. Molly (Molly Ringwald), Sean (Sean Penn), Ally (Ally Sheedy), TC (Tom Cruise), Uncle John (John Hughes), Mare (Mare Winningham), Rob (Rob Lowe), Demi (Demi Moore), Lea (Lea Thompson), Brooke (Brooke Shields), Jodi (Jodie Foster), Anthony (Anthony Michael Hall), Judd (Judd Nelson), Charlie (Charlie Sheen), Phoebe (Phoebe Cates), Emilio (Emilio Estevez), Diane (Diane Lane). See more »
Ally walks over to her bed twice after Angela crashes the raid. See more »
After the end credits, we are given a few paragraphs of information, as well as a few pictures, of a Georgia based band called Ravenstone. Meanwhile, we get to hear one of their songs stated to be a "lost song" from the movie. See more »
I like a lot of types of films, depending on my mood. Sometimes, I dig movies for the intellectuals. At other times, I dig stupid, cheezy trash. Boy, what can I say? This movie is cruel, hateful, nasty, offensive, and panders to the lowest common denominator... and I love it! It's one of the funniest horror-comedies out there, reeking of bad taste and daring to be different than all of the "Friday the 13th"-type movies about faceless killers with no personality. Yes, this is when "bottom of the barrel" is no longer an insult. It has some of the greatest death scenes ever, and kept me laughing at humor that was both intentional and unintentional, but never failed to make me laugh, nonetheless. As trashy and low-brow as this yucky classic is, you've got to wonder what Pamela Springsteen's all-American, rock-star brother made of it, if he even watched it at all. Man, this is a fun movie!
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