• Robyn

    ★★★★ Watched by Robyn 16 Aug, 2015

    lol i don't know if its cuz i spent all day watching terrible amityville films but oh my god i loved this so much??? it like, offended all my senses but it was SO MUCH FUN I HATED EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER AND THE END IS FREAKY AS FUCK. i wanted this to go on for ANOTHER TWENTY MINUTES AT LEAST.


  • William Mahaffey

    ★★ Watched by William Mahaffey 11 Aug, 2015

    Surprisingly entertaining for how bad it is. You can see that they're trying to strike similar notes of camp to the original; but with that film it was either unintentional or very well executed. This one manages to strik hit this makes at times, but never with the hilarity of the original. Also, it needed a lot more Angela.


  • TheWriter

    ★½ Watched by TheWriter 06 Jul, 2015

    Menudo insulto al personaje.


  • Kyle Porter

    ★★★ Rewatched by Kyle Porter 14 Jun, 2015

    I know a lot of people hate this movie, but I actually like it quite a bit. Yes, the main character is one of the most annoying and unlikable characters in the history of film, but I love to hate him. The ending and after credits more than make up for anything bad I didn't care for. Seeing characters come back from the first film... it makes it all worth it. Almost makes me wish Meg and Judy had lived. Haha!


  • JohnTyler

    ½ Added by JohnTyler

    0/10 film.

    Return to Sleepaway Camp is a pathetic follow-up to the original cult classic, with sloppy editing, detestable characters, cringe-inducing dialogue, horrendous performances, and uninspired death scenes.


  • Jacob Knight

    ½ Watched by Jacob Knight 07 Jun, 2015

    This might be the standard to which I hold all other cinematic dogshit. A pile of slop that somehow found it's way to (literal) celluloid. However, I did spot Exhumed Films mainstay Nick Lombardo as an extra. So there's that.


  • Bailee

    ½ Watched by Bailee 19 May, 2015

    I got 23 minutes in before I had to turn it off. A literal pile of trash.


  • Chris Ward

    ★½ Watched by Chris Ward 17 May, 2015

    I'm not sure what I was expecting but this was very disappointing and made the Pamela Springsteen sequels look like Friday the 13th.


  • Peter Gatt

    ★★ Watched by Peter Gatt 29 Apr, 2015 2

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Lighting farts. "No YOU shut up". Fat bully with strange nose. Cop with no larynx. "Hey Randy, your ass stinks". "Move it Fatty, Fat Fat". Issac Hayes as Chef. Throwing eggs. Frogs. Cook drowned in hot oil. Rolling joints. Testicles being grabbed. "Your ass stinks". Cow shit joints. Mouth full of gasoline. Boy on fire. Back story exposition. "Let go you big Lesbo". "Hey Bella, your ass stinks". Paintball. More Frogs. Matilda the bird says "your ass stinks". Wedgie. Spit…


  • Mr. DuLac

    ★½ Watched by Mr. DuLac 28 Apr, 2015 8

    Are you really that stupid?

    For the 25th anniversary of the original Sleepaway Camp, it's writer/director, Robert Hiltzik, returns to the franchise and brings along a few familiar faces from the original film for good measure. That's me trying to put a good spin on this.

    The truth is that the film only came out for the original's 25th anniversary by pure coincidence as it was actually filmed in 2003 but it's release kept being pushed back because of…


  • Steven Millan

    Watched by Steven Millan 13 Apr, 2015

    After two mid-to-late 80s Straight-To-VHS Video Pamela Springsteen starring sequels,the first film's creator/filmmaker Robert Hiltzik returns to lense his own very sequel,which is truly awful in every way possible as another killer stalks the title camp grounds while annoying fat kid Alan(Michael Gibney) attempts to score with the camp's major hot chick(Erin Broderick) while being endlessly harassed and taunted by the camp's many male teens that happily call him(and endlessly shout) "Blowjob" as he screams,"Leave me alone !! Leaaaavvveeee meeeee…


  • Adam Waldowski

    ★★★½ Watched by Adam Waldowski 27 Mar, 2015

    Return to Sleepaway Camp is hysterical and outrageous enough to be mistaken for a John Waters comedy instead of Robert Hiltzik's follow-up to his solemn 1983 original. Every line reading of the mean-spirited dialogue is at a fever pitch, which deprives it of any sting and makes this a zany parable about bullying. Michael Gibney and Shahidah McIntosh give such exhausting, extraordinary comic performances, I'd give them awards if I could.