An unknown killer, clad in World War II U.S. Army fatigues, stalks a small New Jersey town bent on reliving a 35 year-old double murder by focusing on a group of college kids holding an annual Spring Dance.
A decades-old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.
Five campers arrive in the mountains to examine some property they have bought, but are warned by Forest Ranger Roy McLean that a huge machete-wielding maniac has been terrorising the area.... See full summary »
A janitor at a summer camp is accidently burned severely from a prank. Years later, he is released from an institute, and returns to the camp with a pair of hedge clippers to take revenge on the campers.Written by
The names of the two summer camps were "Blackfoot" and "Stonewater". See more »
When Cropsy is set on fire at the beginning of the film, it is possible to see his crash helmet. See more »
Tonight's the night. Cropsy's going to get what he deserves. Remember what he did to you, Snoop?
And when he beat up Jamie really bad for nothing? Billy says Cropsy's been getting away with this shit for years. If we pull this off, it'll be the biggest number Camp Blackfoot has ever seen.
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The UK distributers, Vipco, released the full uncut version of the film in Denmark. However, they used exactly the same video sleeve as the UK version. The only way to tell the two video's apart is a sticker saying "Strong Uncut Version" on the front and side of the box. However, Vipco are at this time not currently releasing any more uncut European titles, so this version is no longer easy to obtain. The Uncut version is available on DVD from German distributers Dragon, however due to German censorship laws which restrict the availablity of uncut releases, it is a little difficult to track down on import and highly sought after. See more »
The raft scene man! That's some good work done by Savini.
I first saw this in the late 80s. Revisited it recently on a DVD. Weinstein brothers made their debut with this poor man's Friday the 13th done right. The special effects were done by Tom Savini n he nailed it. The raft scene is the best highlight. Lots of stabbings via the gardening shears, slashings, severed fingers, etc. It's definitely worth a view for fans of slasher movies. There is sufficient violence n nudity but the sex scene is one of the lamest. The plot- a group of kids decides to play a prank on the caretaker of a camp. The joke goes bad n the victim sets himself on fire. He is released after five years from the hospital but his face has been deformed n he seeks vengeance. The cast included future well-known actors. The movie is full of slasher clichés, wandering away from everyone for a nude pond dip, having sex in the woods, going down to the basement alone, not defending oneself but rather running helter-skelter, not making an effort to make sure that the killer is dead once its down. The movie has one very different aspect, there was no waiting until the end for the big reveal of the killer's identity, its fully revealed from the onset. The cinematography is decent with the lush greens of the camps surrounding forest n the images of flowing water.
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