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Robert Madero (screenplay) and
Skippy McGriff (screenplay)
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  (in credits order)

Jessica Jordan ... Gretchen
Collin Stark ... Lance
Alexandra Westmore ... Dee Dee
James E. Foley ... Vesper
Sarah Megan White ... Brittany

Adam Minarovich ... Ranger Rogers (as Adam Minoravich)

Stephen Pearcy ... Timothy Bach
Kate Burnham ... Sunshine
Patricia Anne Isgate-Hayward ... Dee Dee's Mother (as Patricia Anne Isgate)
Catherine Minarovich ... Waitress (as Cathy Minoravich)
Lee Adams ... Himself
Giselle Halkidis ... Girl in Cafe
Larry Justice ... Guy in Cafe
Ron Ford ... Farmer

Gina Hiraizumi ... Bongo Player

Athena Demos ... Topless Hippie
Rick Dean ... Hippie in Army Vest
Susanna Dean ... Tripping Hippie
Ariauna Albright ... Tripping Hippie
Alex Delea ... Tripping Hippie

Anita Marie Curran ... Dancing Hippie (as Anita Curan)
Rachel Newman ... Farmer's Girlfriend
Mitch Durette ... Sunshine's Boyfriend

Bill Dumas ... Peace Sign Hippie
Khani Jo Zulu ... Dancing Hippie (as Khani-Jo Zulu)
Robert Rundle ... Sage Burning Hippie #1
Dale Christensen ... Sage Burning Hippie #2
Jamie Spivey ... Guitar Playing Hippie
Whitney Ayers ... Hippie in Bubble

Carly Seward ... Hippie with Bubble Girl
Madison Shepard ... Teenage Girl Hippie #1
Clara Houser ... Teenage Girl Hippie #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lauren LeMay ... Hippie (uncredited)
Rebecca Ling ... Hippie (uncredited)

Andy Lytle ... Hippie (uncredited)

Directed by
Robert Madero 
Writing credits
Robert Madero (screenplay) and
Skippy McGriff (screenplay)

Produced by
Dale Christensen .... executive producer
Bill Dumas .... co-producer
Patricia Anne Isgate-Hayward .... producer (as Patricia Anne Isgate)
Larry Justice .... associate producer
Mario Rivera .... associate producer
Duane Whitaker .... producer
Original Music by
Matt Davis 
David Nielsen 
Cinematography by
Danny Copper (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jonathan Ammon 
Jay Woelfel (supervising editor)
Casting by
Patricia Anne Isgate-Hayward (casting) (as Patricia Anne Isgate)
Art Direction by
Sylvana Zuniga 
Costume Design by
Khani Jo Zulu 
Makeup Department
Giselle Halkidis .... hair stylist
Giselle Halkidis .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Larry Justice .... first assistant director
Art Department
Khani Jo Zulu .... set dresser (as Khani-Jo Zulu)
Sound Department
Lane Bohner .... boom operator (as Lane 'The Snake' Bohner)
Joe Mac Drake .... sound mixer
Maui Holcomb .... supervising sound editor
Guy Lambert .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Ross Carpenter .... grip
Carol Crossman .... dolly grip
Bill Dumas .... first assistant camera
Vince Everett .... key grip
Chad Gates .... best boy grip
Chris Graver .... gaffer
Toby Kwimper .... grip
Tulsa McLean .... grip
Aric Shunneson .... still photographer
Music Department
Paul Christy .... music editor
Matt Davis .... music supervisor
Vivian Khor .... music editor
Duane Whitaker .... music supervisor
Bruce Yauger .... composer: additional music (as Bruce Landon Yauger)
Other crew
Tricia Boyd .... script supervisor

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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
horror and exploitation fans will not be disappointed, 2 June 2005
Author: fla_filmdog from United States

For such a low budget film the production value was a lot higher than most in this genre. The writing and dialogue were better than you expect from teenage slasher films. I loved the play on words "Camp Utopia" and the film had a campy feel to it almost making fun at the genre. There some really good performances from a good looking young cast. Could have used Pearcy more. I like a lot of blood, so it could have been bloodier. Ranger Rogers gets a bad rap. Dudes, he's the classic comic relief. All in all I'd say definitely worth a watch if you love the genre for what it is and actually understand what makes horror great. Give it a look.

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