Michael A. Simpson
Pamela Springsteen, Tracy Griffith, Mark
Oliver, Kim Wall, Kyle Holman,
Daryl Wilcher, Haynes Brooke, and Michael J. Pollard
summer camp time again, and time for more mayhem. A year has passed
since the last installment and we have new campers and new owners. Since
the camp has a bad reputation of keeping it's clientele alive a new breed of
city kids get sent to camp "New Horizons," formally camp
"Rolling Hills" from the second film. This movie contains many
deaths and dismemberment's (getting a little boring at this point).
Review: If it wasn't for
the return of actress Pamela Springsteen this film would be a total bust.
Poor Pamela couldn't keep this flick going by herself, however. If
It wasn't for her role I would say pass up on seeing this movie.
This is the last (hopefully) in the trilogy of "Sleepaway Camp"
movies. I gave this movie one star because of it's "campy"
humor and I also try to see all of the movies in a series.
If this is your first "Sleepaway Camp" of the series that you have
rented, my sympathies. I suggest you try to schedule a root canal
instead of watching this flick. It will be far less painful.
Warning: This movie contains nudity and adult language that should not be seen
by young viewers.
Happy Viewing! (in this case, happy non-viewing)! "Myles at the