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Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 2 (2009)

Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 2 is a video starring Lori Caulfield, Matthew Hiscox, and Dan Sykes. Two camp counselors are stalked by a deranged killer as they hike through the forest to the camp.


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Credited cast:
... Sarah
Matthew Hiscox ... Killer
... Eric (as Daniel Sykes)


Two camp counselors are stalked by a deranged killer as they hike through the forest to the camp.

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The body count continues...


Short | Horror





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2009 (USA)  »

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Fresh Meat: Part 2  »

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1.78 : 1
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There were only going to be two Camp Blood short films. The story of Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 2 (2009) was originally just a prologue and Part 3 would make up the rest of the story. The week before shooting, the decision was made to produce three short films, thus Part 2 was extended into the longest of the three. See more »


Followed by Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 6 (2009) See more »

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No Suspense Kills the Thing
24 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 2 (2009)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Second film in the series of shorts takes place the morning after the events from the previous film. A couple camp counselors find their car won't start so they decide to walk through the woods when they of course happen upon the deranged killer. I was really disappointed in this second entry because not too much happens until the very end so this is pretty much just a set-up for the next entry. Once again there's no suspense to be found and the entire chase sequence doesn't work at all. The murder scene will remind everyone of a certain one from Friday THE 13TH VI: JASON LIVES when the killer disappears but suddenly reappears as the victim is looking for him elsewhere. As with the previous film, this one here uses the wonderful score by Harry Manfredini and it really makes you appreciate at special it is. Even though the scenes aren't that strong the score at least adds a little something to them.

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