A group of rangers go camping on unfamiliar forest grounds. All is well until the group members start getting picked off by a cunning, tactical, malevolent, killer in the woods.
If you go down to the woods today you're sure of...
Did You Know?
The wilderness filming locations offered few sources for lighting. This is why much of the film's night scenes are quite dark and difficult to see. In fact, the bus attack scene had to be shot day-for-night, so the bus could be visible on film. See more
Water droplets are visibly splashing onto the camera, as the group is in the raft fighting the rapids. See more
If you people want to survive, you better start looking and thinking like the forest.
The UK cinema release (as "Campsite Massacre") was uncut. The video version (as "Final Terror") was cut by 27 secs with edits to the repeated stabbing of Mike's back during the double murder in the forest. See more