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It's 3 days until the opening of Stillwater Camp- and a group of returning teenagers, now counselors, see to it that it will be the best year ever. However, disturbing events haunt the new girl.

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Adam Horowitz

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Edward Kitsis (created by), Adam Horowitz (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Elizabeth Mitchell ... Deb Carpenter
Elizabeth Lail ... Amy Hughes
Amber Coney ... Carolina Diaz
Alberto Frezza ... Deputy Garrett Sykes
Eli Goree ... Joel Goodson
Mark Indelicato ... Blair Ramos
Ronen Rubinstein ... Alex Powell
Paulina Singer ... Jessie Tyler
Zelda Williams ... Drew Reeves
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Margot Tate
Zachary Gordon ... Blotter
Charles Mesure ... Sheriff Heelan
Tony Todd ... Tall Man
Jenna Berman ... Krissy
Jan Bos ... Mr. Lupus
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Seven teens begin working at summer camp that is about to reopen after being closed for a few years. Only one of the counselors didn't attend Camp Stillwater as a kid; Amy, and she begins to sense that something isn't right at the seemingly innocent camp. Written by Adriana Pinto

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The title of this episode is derived from the song of the same name by Guns N' Roses released in April 1989. See more »

Goofs

When the counselors meet for the first time, a caption gives the vague date of "Summer, 1989", but a camcorder POV explicitly shows the date is "Jun. 23 1989". Janet Jackson's "Miss You Much" is playing in the background. This song was released as a single on August 22, 1989, and its album ("Rhythm Nation 1814") was released on September 19, 1989. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Lullaby
Written by Robert Smith (uncredited), Laurence Tolhurst (uncredited), Simon Gallup (uncredited), Boris Williams (uncredited), Porl Thompson (uncredited) and Roger O'Donnell
Performed by The Cure
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1980-2016 Connection
1 July 2016 | by pkims-871-928413See all my reviews

To be fair enough, I'd give it 5/10...utmost.... Watched the first episode and all I can say is Cliché cliché cliché! So sad about that....

I guess the writers took advantage coz it been quite a while since the 80's that the new generation won't relate... We've watched so many horror camp stories that we kinda know what will happen next...and that really sucks...I thought this was going to be different...but anyway, it's the premier (which should have at least been a killer 'no pun intended').

But in all fairness, I would watch Episode 2 and 3....if there's no true meaning to it...I'll quit and go outdoors for my summer.


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