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Janet Tracy Keijser,
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 Blood. The cast and crew return to the remote woodland area to shoot the picture. Of course, the murderous machete-wielding Clown also shows up to commit more brutal killings. Written by
Holy bajesus, what a shambles of a movie. However if you're reading these comments you've probably already seen it. Why on earth would anyone want to look up a review of a film called Camp Blood 2 with a clown on the cover before renting it? No-one.
Anyway it's all about a killer clown stalking ZZZ-list actors who are... Yawn... Blah... Blah.
The friend who chose this film to watch on a boring Sunday night was promptly stoned to death after viewing.
However I did cry myself laughing at one moment, and the scene probably sums up most of these movies. A character is set on fire and has two choices - A) Dive into the water only 2 feet away, or B) Run into a tent and blow up. Seriously, that's what happens.
I didn't know tents came with free land mines!
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