Smarmy opportunist filmmaker Worthy Milligan convinces traumatized sole survivor Tricia to work as a technical advisor on a film he's making about the horrific events that occurred at Camp ...
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Smarmy opportunist filmmaker Worthy Milligan convinces traumatized sole survivor Tricia to work as a technical advisor on a film he's making about the horrific events that occurred at Camp Blood. The cast and crew return to the remote woodland area to shoot the picture. Of course, the murderous machete-wielding Clown also shows up to commit more brutal killings.Written by
In Camp Crap II the dull frigid annoying woman from the original is in a nut house because nobody, the audience included, believed the yarn about a killer clown in the woods from the original movie. Somehow a two bit director manages to get her released so she can help make a film about it. The director is full of praise for the plot of the original, saying what a great movie it would make. Given how utterly pathetic the first effort was this suggests he never actually watched the first one.
Camp Crud II is just an excuse to show most of the original movie again probably on the assumption that anyone who had seen the original sure as hell wouldn't waste their time with this sequel. There are few additions, like the really ugly naked scene which has nothing to do with the plot, not that there is much anyway.
What really is amazing though is that the already dismal technical quality has dipped to a new low, the worst I've ever seen in a movie that's available to rent or buy. There is no sound. Yes, that's right - no sound. One reason for this could be that they use the same location as the previous movie, this "wilderness" is clearly right next to a road so perhaps the endless traffic drowned out the dialog. So there you have it, a movie so badly made it has no sound other than when a character is speaking. Car doors slam silently, blades chop without a noise..unbelievable.
People claim that some of those old sci-fi movies of the 50's are the worst films ever made but I totally disagree, plan 9 and mesa of lost women are both abysmal but they have spirit and ambition whereas this home made abomination has neither and has no excuse for it either. At least those movies managed to have sound in the right places.
Hands down the worst film I've ever seen. I especially liked the line the director comes out with - "a lot of people walk off these low budget movies" he says. I bet they do when it's this bad.
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