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Camp Slaughter (2004)

A bunch of kids go to the woods to party. At the same time a freak known as The Bunny Man has escaped from his nest...


Martin Munthe


Alina Warne




Cast overview:
Christian Magdu ... Adrian
Karin Bertling Karin Bertling ... Constance
Michael Mansson Michael Mansson ... Left
Richard Lidberg Richard Lidberg ... Bunnyman
Annika Marklund Annika Marklund ... Karen
Eva Söderquist Eva Söderquist ... Marge
Robert Arlinder Robert Arlinder ... Mike
Christina Luoma Christina Luoma ... Cindy
Fred Anderson Fred Anderson ... Fluffy
Erica Carlson Erica Carlson ... Trudy
Sofie Norman ... Alice
Viktor Friberg Viktor Friberg ... Old man of warning
Sandy Mansson ... Nurse


About 25 years ago an unholy child was born in an ancient noble family. The parents were the mother and son of the family. The goal was to create the perfect daughter, but instead she gave birth to a monster! The son, whose only interest are rabbits, called the monster Bunny Man, and placed him in a hole in the woods. He supplied his son with food and rabbits, to play with. Unfortunately, the lack of human contact made him violent, and his rabbits died when during his so called games. One day the son forgets to lock the hole and Bunny Man suddenly finds himself free, in a world he's never seen and doesn't understand. At the same time, a group of kids arrive at a cabin in the woods to throw a party. Kids that, to an untrained eye, seem quite similar to rabbits... Written by Djoni Pony

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Mute. Stupid. Violent.





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Release Date:

17 January 2004 (Sweden) See more »


Box Office


$350,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Opera Film See more »
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Technical Specs


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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Did You Know?


The film takes place in 1977, 1981, 2005 and 2008. See more »


References Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) See more »


I can do better than that
Performed by Norrbotten Big Band
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Possibly the worst movie ever made
23 August 2004 | by DalmasSee all my reviews

Story: A bunch of teenagers go to a camp and get killed. According to the people who made this film, it's a celebration to low budget horror movies, especially Friday the 13th. I love those movies, but I truly hate this one.

Camp Slaughter has nothing of what once made the Friday the 13th movies great. 20 years later, the special effects are even worse, truly terrible. The acting never was a major factor for the success of Friday movies, but compared to the acting in Camp Slaughter, the whole crew should have gotten Academy awards. Neither does Camp Slaughter have any of the kind of self ironic humour that always where present in the older low budget movies. And worst of all: it has no originality what so ever. Everything in Camp Slaughter has not only been done before, it has been done much much better before. In fact: it has never been done worse. Camp Slaughter is not a celebration to Friday the 13th. It's a rip off that, if anything, gives the whole genre of low budget horror movies a bad name.

And no, it's not even so bad it's good. It's just so bad it's almost unbearable

Before seeing Camp Slaughter I had only given one movie the worst grade ever, a 1 out of 10. After seeing this, I'm actually considering upgrading the other movie, because I'm not sure there is another movie that completely lacks every quality in the way Camp Slaughter does. A movie couldn't possible be more pointless and boring.

So terrible it's below the scale. Avoid at all costs.

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