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Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor (2012)

Not Rated | | Horror | 23 March 2012 (USA)
Allison Kramer suffers recurring nightmares and selective amnesia. She returns to camp to discover the truth only to find dark memories coming to life before her very eyes.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Carrie Chambers ...
Angela Baker / Allison Kramer
Victor Campos ...
Eugene The Hunter
John Lodico ...
Jack The Ranger
Angela Baker (archive footage)
Ricky Thomas (archive footage)
Karen Fields ...
Judy (archive footage)
Christopher Collet ...
Paul (archive footage)
Mel Costic (archive footage)
Meg (archive footage)
Loris Sallahian ...
Billy (archive footage)
John Dunn ...
Kenny (archive footage)
Desiree Gould ...
Aunt Martha (archive footage)
Owen Hughes ...
Artie (archive footage)
Robert Earl Jones ...
Ben (archive footage)
Paul DeAngelo ...
Ronnie (archive footage)


Allison Kramer suffers recurring nightmares and selective amnesia. She returns to camp to discover the truth only to find dark memories coming to life before her very eyes.

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Twenty years ago, the terror began. Now, you must prepare yourself for the most shocking chapter of them all.




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23 March 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Acampamento Sangrento 5  »

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1.85 : 1
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This movie was never completed. It was compiled of the 30+ minutes shot and outtakes from the other sequels. See more »


Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Return to Sleepaway Camp (2013) See more »

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A lot of fun (so long as you know what it is)
21 April 2015 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Quite a few years ago I watched the original Sleepaway Camp trilogy (that being the Robert Hiltzik original and the two Michael A Simpson sequels) I loved them so much, they were fun 80s slasher movies but I wanted more, Halloween had 9 movies (at the time) so why couldn't Sleepaway Camp have more than three.

Eventually my curiosity was peaked when looking through one of the sleepaway camp websites, apparently in 1992 there was going to be a sequel to the trilogy called "Sleepaway Camp 4: The Survivor" it got shelved though when the production company ran out of money. I had mixed feelings toward this, on one hand it sucked because it was most likely never going to be made, on the other hand though I needed to find out more about this project, what was the plot going to be? was anyone going to return from the last movie?

I read the script treatment for it, watched the trailer made up of the footage they shot and even wrote a fan novelization for it just for fun. Then I put it away and got on with other stuff I wanted to do.

Years rolled by "Return to Sleepaway Camp" came out and I was happy because it felt like Sleepaway Camp and could conceivably fit into the canon of the Michael A Simpson films. However I felt like Sleepaway Camp 4 should've been the Survivor, it should've had stronger ties to the trilogy but I had written my little fan novel and was content to let it go.

Then in 2012 I find out Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor is completed and available on Amazon, naturally I am very shocked and happy and confused. I buy it, watch it and... it's a clip show! - a clip show edited rather perfectly with the footage they had shot for Survivor, new music and a story told quite well given the fact that they really didn't have the budget to do a lot - there's a narration linking the story and the flashbacks together and it feels like something made in the early 1990s.

I've seen a lot of sites rip this film apart because of the things I mentioned in the paragraph above but I believe it's something to be proud of - it feels like an early 90s slasher, it feels like Sleepaway Camp, it's creative, it's ingenious. Do I think it's perfect? Of course not! but do I think it's fun - hell yeah and it's also got one hell of a nice DVD cover to go with the rest of the Sleepaway Camp films I own.

If you know what Sleepaway Camp 4 is - chances are you'll love it. If you don't, learn about it, I think the treatment, trailers etc. are still online.

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