Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a wookiee and two droids to save the universe from the Empire's world-destroying battle-station, while also attempting to rescue Princess Leia from the evil Darth Vader.
An eighteen-year-old high school girl is left at home by her parents and she decides to have a slumber party. There is friction between some of the invited guests and the new girl, who is ... See full summary »
Amy Holden Jones
Caesar and his half brother Otto take on duties as Santa and his elf. However, the bodies begin to pile up when a fellow store Santa (CKY's Deron Miller) develops a vendetta against them, ... See full summary »
Friends embark on a cross country criminal spree that ends horribly. Reckless actions take them from being ruthless criminals to helpless victims, and survival comes in the form of a washed up Deputy Sheriff.
In 1930, a Massachusetts valley town is submerged to create a reservoir for drinking water. A woman who led the charge to save her town, was murdered. Today, a group of college kids go camping at the reservoir, and start disappearing.
Mark Anthony Del Negro,
The film began production in 1992, but while filming the production company, Double Helix Films, went bankrupt and production was shut down. The existing footage was put together and included as a Best Buy exclusive bonus disk in the 2002 Sleepaway Camp Survival Kit DVD box set. See more »
Sleepaway 4 was planned in 1992 to tie together the very different chapters of the series into one cohesive story by dealing with the mysteries via a character of a young woman who may or may not be Angela (she claims to have amnesia) going back to where the killings happened. Someone tries to rape her like Artie did, then the murders begin all over again in the isolation of the deserted forest.
Unfortunately after filming a few scenes they shut down due to various troubles the company was going through. Some claim it was the quality of the footage that shut it down but the company actually shut all their films down that were in production at the time.
Cut to many years later when a webmaster thankfully tracked down the footage and got it released on DVD. While to the average joe who knows nothing about how movies are shot, all the endless takes will be boredom enducing, but to hardcore fans, the unedited footage is GOLD. Just the making of a few of the quite (read: cheap to shoot) scenes in what was to be a gory masterpiece had it "Survived". But nethertheless a glimpse at what could have been.
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