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Director  Michael A. Simpson
Film series  Sleepaway Camp
Country  United States
5.7/10 IMDb

3/5 Blu-ray

Genre  Comedy, Horror
Duration  
Language  English
Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers movie poster
Release date  August 26, 1988 (1988-08-26)
Writer  Fritz Gordon, Robert Hiltzik (based on an original idea by)
Screenplay  Robert Hiltzik, Fritz Gordon
Cast  Pamela Springsteen (Angela Johnson), Brian Patrick Clarke (TC), Walter Gotell (Uncle John), RenĂ©e Estevez (Molly Nagle), Susan Marie Snyder (Mare), Tony Higgins (Sean Whitmore)
Similar movies  The Collector, Mad Max: Fury Road, Halloween, John Wick, Shocker, Hitman: Agent 47
Tagline  When you go camping just take the essentials.

Angela Baker (Pamela Springsteen), a psychotic transsexual, escapes from a mental hospital and surfaces at a summer camp as a counselor who lectures her teenage charges on proper moral behavior. Those teens who break her strict rules from the camp chatterbox or a sex-obsessed girl to the boys who are peeping Toms are murdered by the impostor in various gruesome ways. As more campers go missing, intrepid counselor Molly (Renee Estevez) begins to piece together the truth.

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Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers also known as Nightmare Vacation II is a 1988 American horror film and a sequel to the movie Sleepaway Camp, written by Fritz Gordon and directed by Michael A. Simpson. It stars Pamela Springsteen, Renee Estevez, and Tony Higgins. The film takes place several years after the original film, and features transgender former camper and killer Angela targeting misbehaving teenagers at a summer camp.

Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers movie scenes

Unlike the original Sleepaway Camp, which featured a serious tone, Sleepaway Camp II blends elements of black comedy, and satirizes various horror films.

Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers movie scenes

Angela Baker, a psychotic transsexual, escapes from a mental hospital and surfaces at a summer camp as a counselor who lectures her teenage charges on proper moral behavior. Those teens who break her strict rules from the camp chatterbox or a sex-obsessed girl to the boys who are peeping Toms are murdered by the impostor in various gruesome ways. As more campers go missing, intrepid counselor Molly begins to piece together the truth.

Plot

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T.C., the head counselor at Camp Rolling Hills, is at a campfire with the male campers Sean, Rob, Anthony, Judd, Charlie and Emilio. Also there is Phoebe, who has sneaked away from her cabin to be with the boys. As Phoebe tells the story about the killings of the previous film at Camp Arawak, her head counselor Angela appears and forces her to go back to the cabin. After the pair get into an argument, Phoebe becomes lost, only to be attacked by Angela who hits her over the head with a log before cutting her tongue out.

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The next day, the campers in Phoebes cabin, including Molly, Ally, Mare, Demi, Lea and twins Brooke and Jodi, question Angela on the whereabouts of Phoebe, however she tells them she had to be sent home due to bad behavior. At breakfast, the head of camp Uncle John gives Angela "the counselor of the week award". Afterwards, Angela discovers Brooke and Jodi smoking marijuana and drinking, so interrupts them. Later, Brooke awakens on a grill only to see the skeleton of her already cremated sister. Angela then pours gasoline over Brooke and burns her alive. Meanwhile, Molly and Sean start a relationship, despite Allys attempts to seduce Sean.

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That night, the boys throw a panty raid in the girls cabin until Angela comes in, throwing them out. Later, the girls raid the boys cabin. T.C allows the fun to go on, but Angela appears and witnesses Mare showing off her breasts. Mare decides she wants to leave the camp, so gets Angela to drive her. While traveling, Angela gives Mare one last chance to apologize, however when she fails to do so Angela murders her with an electric drill. The following day, Angela discovers Charlie and Emilio looking at naked pictures of various campers they had taken in secret. That night, the girls go camping, giving Anthony and Judd a chance to scare Angela, dressed as Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees. The plan backfires however, when Angela dressed as Leatherface slashes Anthonys throat with a clawed glove before murdering Judd with a chainsaw. After finding out Ally has walked away to have sex with Rob, Angela plans to murder the pair but her plan fails.

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The next day, Angela sets up a trap for Ally, leaving her a fake note from Sean. Ally goes to meet Sean, but instead meets Angela, who stabs Ally in the back before forcing her down the outhouse toilet hole, drowning her in feces and leeches. That night, Demi reveals to Angela that she phoned the families of the girls who had been sent home by Angela, but they denied the girls being sent home. Realizing she could be caught, Angela strangles Demi to death with a guitar string, before stabbing Lea to death when she finds Demis body. The next day, Uncle John and T.C fire Angela for not telling Uncle John about sending the many campers home.

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Feeling sad for an upset Angela, Molly and Sean go into the woods to cheer her up. However the pair discover the bodies of the other campers in a cabin, before Angela ties them up. Back at camp, Rob tells T.C the whereabouts of Molly and Sean, prompting T.C to go off to fetch them. He enters the cabin, only for Angela to throw battery acid on his face, killing him. Sean realizes Angela is Peter Baker, the murderer from the previous movie. Angela reveals that after two years of electroshock therapy and a sex change, she was released for having good records from doctors. She then proceeds to decapitate Sean. Angela leaves the cabin, allowing Molly to free herself and upon Angela entering, knock her out and escape. Angela chases after Molly through the woods, who finally falls off a rock and is presumed dead.

Later that night, camp counselor Diane discovers the dead bodies of Charlie, Emilio, Uncle John and Rob, before she is stabbed to death by Angela. Meanwhile, Molly regains consciousness and begins to make her way out of the forest. Angela hitchhikes with a truck driver, who quickly annoys her, making Angela stab her to death. As Molly makes it out of the woods, she finds the truck, but is horrified to find that Angela is the driver. The movie ends with Molly screaming and presumably killed by Angela.

Cast

  • Pamela Springsteen as Angela Johnson / Angela Baker
  • Renee Estevez as Molly Nagle
  • Tony Higgins as Sean (credited as Anthony Higgins)
  • Valerie Hartman as Ally Burgess
  • Brian Patrick Clarke as T.C.
  • Walter Gotell as Uncle John
  • Susan Marie Snyder as Mare
  • Terry Hobbs as Rob Darrinco
  • Kendall Bean as Demi
  • Julie Murphy as Lea
  • Carol Chambers as Brooke Shote
  • Amy Fields as Jodi Shote
  • Benji Wilhoite as Anthony
  • Walter Franks III as Judd
  • Justin Nowell as Charlie
  • Heather Binion as Phoebe
  • Jason Ehrlich as Emilio
  • Carol Martin Vines as Diane
  • Tricia Grant as Girl Sent Home
  • Jill Jane Clements as Woman in Truck
  • Production

    A YMCA youth camp in Waco, Georgia was used for the fictional Camp Rolling Hills. Filming began and wrapped in 1987.

    Releases

    Like Sleepaway Camp, Sleepaway Camp II was released theatrically on a limited basis. It was released in theaters on August 26, 1988 before being released on VHS in the United States by Nelson Entertainment two months later.

    The film has been released twice on DVD in the United States by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The first release was in 2002 with a single DVD edition, as well as in the Sleepaway Camp Survival Kit. Both these releases are currently out of print.

    Anchor Bay Entertainment also released this movie on DVD in the United Kingdom on the 31 May 2004, whilst Futuristic Entertainment released it on VHS in the nineties under the alternate title "Nightmare Vacation 2"; also release on DVD via 23rd Century Home Entertainment.

    Scream Factory, under license from MGM, released Sleepaway Camp II and its sequel, Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland, for the first time on Blu-ray disc on June 9, 2015.

    References

    Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers Wikipedia
    Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers IMDbSleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers Rotten TomatoesSleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers Blu-ray.comSleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers themoviedb.org


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