Smarmy opportunist filmmaker Worthy Milligan convinces traumatized sole survivor Tricia to work as a technical advisor on a film he's making about the horrific events that occurred at Camp ... See full summary »
Missy Rae Hansen
A disturbed boy kills his father with his farm tractor and his arm is mangled in the process. He's taken to a mental hospital where he's outfitted with a hook to replace his lost hand and, ... See full summary »
A girl named Tracy is with a bunch of teens closing up camp. She keeps having dreams about her brother who dissappeared there and it was rumored he was killed by Trevor Moorehouse, and of course guess who shows up for blood.
In this horror spoof, the girls from Cherry Mount Academy are on their way to a dance at a nearby all-boys school when the van they're riding in breaks down. With no other choice but to ... See full summary »
Anna Garcia Williams
Julie McConnell is one of a dozen camp counselors working to re-open a summer camp when a series of murders and disappearances begin commited by a hockey masked killer who may be the urban legend killer Trevor Moorehouse. When Julie looks into the murders by herself, she finds that she may be the killer's next target when she gets too close to some dark secrets of the camp which may lead to the killer's identity. Written by
'Jessica Morris' stated on an interview regarding her role as Jen in "One Life to Live" that she absolutely hated this film. See more »
When Julie is writing her father the e-mail, she is saying what she wants to write in her mind. At the end she says to herself, "Love, Jules," but types: "Love Julie". See more »
Okay, who's Trevor Moorehouse?
The camp boogieman.
Look, take it for whatever it's worh, but my older sister swears she knows someone who's brother's friend dissapeared up here a couple years ago during the summer.
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The actor that played who played Bill Anderson wasn't credited, and Crystalle Ford was only credited for her role of Drew Zemke, not Patricia Zemke. See more »
Here we go again! Another killer psycho-wearing a hockey mask-on the loose slasher flick!
**SPOILERS** Not that bad of a rip off of "Friday the 13th", with a little of "Halloween" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" thrown in for good measure. "Bloody Murder" has a bunch of teenage camp counselors at camp Placid Pines victimized, and murdered, by a masked nut-case running around in the woods with a chainsaw while dressed in-what looks like-car mechanic overalls.
You at first have the feeling that all this murder and carnage is only in the imagination of the people victimized by it. Even though a number of camp counselors are brutally murdered within the first half hour of the film it's done in such a hap hazard, and unconvincing, manner that the killings come across as it their part of some kind of dream sequence and not at all reality based.
We're also given clues to just who this masked killer, at the very beginning of the film, really is: The legendary Trevor Moorehouse. Moorehouse we're told is a deranged psycho who's been roaming the woods outside Camp Placid Pines for years slashing, with his chainsaw, anyone who got in his way. What Moorehouse's reasons are for doing all that is left very unclear in the movie. The closes I can come to understand Moorehouse's bizarre behavior is that somehow he was mistreated by the camps, Placid Pine, counselors and fellow campers when he was a young boy and is now taking his anger out on society!
Of all the characters in the film the one I found most interesting was that of the chubby and grossly out of shape local Sheriff Williams, Michael Prohaska. Williams who's been stationed in and around Camp Placid Pines since it came into existence seemed to be totally oblivious to what was going on around there now as well as over the years. Were told that during that span of time the masked psycho Trevor Moorehouse had murdered dozens of people. The Sheriff has such a bulging-looking like woman just about to give birth-stomach that's probably from the result of too many Big Mack's and Quarter Pounders-with cheese-that I waited-in vain- for him to finally tilt over and fall flat on his face! The fact that he didn't defied the very laws and long proved theories of Newtonian psychics!
The usual surprise, which was no surprise at all, and twist ending to the film was so predictable that in fact you would have been totally surprised if it didn't happen at all!
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