Sleepaway Camp Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 11818

Average Rating: 2.3/4

# of Ratings: 43

Theatrical Release Date: 11/10/1983

Language: English

Genre: Horror

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Robert Hiltzik

Actors: Felissa Rose, Jonathan Tiersten, Karen Fields, Christopher Collet, Mike Kellin, Katherine Kamhi

Plot: After her parents death, Angela becomes quiet and withdrawn. One year her aunt decides to sent her and her cousin Ricky to Camp Arawak. Far from being a fun-filled summer, a series of deaths start soon after they arrive. -- Chris Kavan

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Rating of
3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/16/2021

Me before the movie: Another Friday the 13th-like slasher? Oh, give me a break. After the movie: WHAT THE FUCK!? Damn that was...disgusting and took me by surprise. Also, this is the worst summer camp ever. The camp is like Lord of the Files but with the grown-ups around. I find it funny how kids keep dying on this camp but rather than evacuate the area, everyone passes it off as an unfortunate accident and move on with their lives. Nobody cares lol. Like, what the hell? Some people have just died and there might be a murderer in the area, but the campers are like "Well, better tell their parents the kid is dead, I guess, I don't know anymore".

Rating of
4/4

Roberto DaCritic - wrote on 02/11/2018

Shout out to Sleepaway Camp! Great story, interesting characters, cool kills, and SHOCKING ENDING!!! Loved it.

Rating of
2/4

dukeakasmudge - wrote on 10/18/2011

The best thing about this movie was the ending

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Rating of
3/4

Refreshingly bizarre

Andulamb - wrote on 10/02/2020

Its hard to know what to make of this movie. Its part jaw-droppingly-bad low-budget mess, part tender coming-of-age drama, part slasher, and part bat-shit insane. It begins as a low-budget mess; it's hard to watch, but you must press on. Then boom, there are bat-shit-insane scenes with an openly-pedophilic cook that you can't believe made it into the film. Then there's another abrupt change of gears and you're treated to some quiet moments with Angela, and you start thinking wondering if a pleasant indie drama was spliced onto the insane low-budget mess you'd just been watching. And then there are the killings. And all of that. rolled up into a weird, crazy ball, ends up being quite watchable. But it's the ending - one of the greatest endings in cinematic history - that makes this film a …

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