The summer camp of Billy's dreams is turning out to be a total nightmare. The food stinks. The counselors are weird. And who or what is this vicious beast everyone calls "Sabre"? Things are getting worse by the minute! So why doesen't Uncle Al, the camp director, seem worried? Does the mystery of the Forbidden Bunk have something to do with Billy's fellow campers disappearing one by one? Either way Billy has had it! He is determined to find out what is going on before it is too late. Written by
The concluding part of "Welcome To Camp Nightmare" is, as you would expect, more fun than the first episode and really piles on the tension and mystery before capping things off with a great one-two punchline.
Ron Oliver is still the director and Jeffrey Cohen is still the man adapting the work of R. L. Stine as viewers finally get to find out just what is going on at the camp.
Billy Harlan (Kaj-Erik Eriksen) is still worried after the events that viewers saw in the preceding episode, but things are about to get a hell of a lot worse. More and more people disappear, nobody seems to care and then Billy soon realises that he can't hide forever.
Everything is on a par with the previous episode, including the acting (Chris Benson remains the best person on screen as Uncle Al), but this time there's the added bonus of a resolution, be it good or bad for the rattled Billy. Thankfully, it's good for the viewer anyway and Welcome To Camp Nightmare is a most satisfying two-parter that mixes equal parts fun, tension and mystery, with one or two surprises along the way.
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