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Camp Slaughter is a mix of all the old 80's camp flicks with an interesting twist. Camp Slaughter takes 4 students through the ride of their lives; if they live through it! The story starts back in 1981 and a killer is loose in Camp Hiawatha, after watching the kids get massacred we are fast forwarded into the present day with our 4 main characters. But they have no idea what is coming next as they are somehow thrust into a time warp where the kids of Camp Hiawatha have been reliving the same brutal night over and over since that summer in 1981. Now almost 25 years later the 4 main characters are part of the slaughter.
The clothes, the music, and the smell of the 80's in everywhere in this great film. Alex Pucci does a great job in reinventing a genre that has had a long string of bad clichéd movies. The camp killer has always been a big part of the horror genre, but Pucci puts the spin of a time paradox on the age old horror story.
It has all the right characters as you meet the kids from today and merge them with the kids of 1981. You have an annoying chick, a Jesus freak, a jock, and a person that is a little weapon happy in the crafts area of the camp. But that is just the kids for 1981, add in the quirky attitudes and terminology from 2005 and you have the makings of some of the best horror and comedy for a situation like this.
Christian Magdu's "Adrian" is perfect casting and a great piece of acting on his part - if you like Friday the 13th or any other camp killer movies this is a must see!
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