Julie McConnell is one of a dozen camp counselors working to re-open a summer camp when a series of murders and disappearances begin commited by a hockey masked killer who may be the urban legend killer Trevor Moorehouse. When Julie looks into the murders by herself, she finds that she may be the killer's next target when she gets too close to some dark secrets of the camp which may lead to the killer's identity.Written by
There are numerous spelling mistakes in the soundtrack listing. "Country Girl" and "Joe's Airfield" are "COUTESY of Mother West Records", and "The Water" is "COUTESY of Michael Gardner" and "PERFROMED by Michael Gardner". See more »
We're Gonna Ride It
Performed by Industrial Tepee
Lyrics by Tom Shaner
Music by Tom Shaner and Bob Sharkey
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Failed "Friday the 13th" rehash movie...
1st watched 8/22/2007, 3 out of 10(Dir-Ralph Portillo): Failed "Friday the 13th" rehash movie trying to put a mystery spin on the old-time thrasher type. This time we have a hockey-masked killer yielding a buzz saw(how original, huh!!) with a different name spreading havoc at a camp filled with counselors who are ready for the picking. We have the typical bad acting, sex-crazed youth showing up for the jobs looking also to, of course, have a good time while there. As they disappear, one-by-one, different theories are thrown around but the haunting legend of a local murderer named Moorehouse hovers over the festivities. About 3/4 of the way thru the movie, the makers attempt to keep us guessing and are slightly successful(which does put a different spin on this genre), but it doesn't overcome the general lack of originality that prevails thru most of the movie. The overall thought of "why was this movie made?" prevails over most of the proceedings. Maybe it was a college project for credit that they decided to thrown onto video for distribution(that's my educated guess)?
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