Sleepaway Camp Survival Kit Limited Edition by Michael A. Simpson, Robert Hiltzik |Michael A. Simpson, Robert Hiltzik, Mike Kellin, Pamela Springsteen | 13131207491 | DVD | Barnes & Noble
Sleepaway Camp Survival Kit Limited Edition

Sleepaway Camp Survival Kit Limited Edition

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Director: Michael A. Simpson, Robert Hiltzik

Cast: Michael A. Simpson, Robert Hiltzik, Mike Kellin, Pamela Springsteen

     
 
This box set contains the first three films in the Sleepaway Camp series. Each of the films is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on any of the discs. Supplemental materials include

Overview

This box set contains the first three films in the Sleepaway Camp series. Each of the films is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on any of the discs. Supplemental materials include commentary tracks recorded by the director for all three films, trailers, still photo galleries, and behind-the-scenes footage. This is a great release for fans of the series, or any genre enthusiast.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/20/2002
UPC:
0013131207491
Rating:
R
Source:
Starz / Anchor Bay
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono]
Time:
4:03:00

Special Features

Sleepaway Camp:; Audio Commentary with Director Robert Hiltzik, Star Felissa Rose and Moderator Jeff Hayes; Theatrical Trailer; ; Sleepaway Camp II:; Audio Commentary with Director Michael A. Simpson and Writer Fritz Gordon; Behind-The-Scenes Footage and Outtakes; Teaser Trailer for Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland; Theatrical Trailer; Still Galleries; ; Sleepaway Camp III:; Audio Commentary with Director Michael A. Simpson and Writer Fritz Gordon; Behind-The-Scenes Footage and Outtakes; Deleted Scenes from Director's Cut Featuring Additional "Gore" Footage; Theatrical Trailer; Still Galleries

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Sleepaway Camp
1. Start Program/Main Titles [2:57]
2. The Accident [3:24]
3. Departure [2:54]
4. Arrival [6:47]
5. Chef's Surprise [1:02]
6. Hot Water [6:44]
7. Play Ball! [8:35]
8. The Drowning [2:41]
9. Dead Kenny [4:07]
10. First Kiss [3:02]
11. Peek-A-Boo [3:24]
12. Easy Target [2:25]
13. Death Strings [4:13]
14. Flashback [3:21]
15. The Betrayal [3:07]
16. A Little Swim [4:05]
17. Blood & Water [7:33]
18. A Real Shocker [1:52]
19. Massacre [2:40]
20. Bullseye [:53]
21. Night Rendezvous [2:52]
22. A Little Girl [1:06]
23. Angela's Secret [:38]
24. End Credits [3:44]
Side #2 -- Seepaway Camp II - Unhappy Campers
1. Program Start/Main Titles [6:10]
2. Cover Up [2:25]
3. The Happy Camper Song [4:18]
4. Fun in the Sun [3:54]
5. Stoner Barbecue [3:06]
6. Underwear Wars [5:16]
7. Moonlight Drill [1:26]
8. "Boys Like Nice Girls" [4:59]
9. Inspired [2:44]
10. Angela Vs. Jason & Freddy [3:18]
11. Romp Around The Ladies Room [3:38]
12. Ally's Fling In The Forest [3:53]
13. Ally in the Outhouse [3:49]
14. Double Homicide [5:28]
15. Killer Nightmare [3:50]
16. Angela Gets Fired [2:55]
17. Gruesome Discovery [1:57]
18. Battery Acid Facial [1:42]
19. Sean Loses His Head [1:55]
20. Daring Escape [2:59]
21. Bloody Chase [3:03]
22. "Goodnight Campers" [1:16]
23. Lethal Hitch-Hiker [1:07]
24. Bad Luck [:39]
25. End Credits [3:47]
Side #3 -- Sleepaway Camp III - Teenage Wasteland
1. Program Start/Main Titles [4:39]
2. "An Experiment In Sharing" [3:25]
3. The Reporter's Last Line [2:02]
4. Officer Barney Whitmore [5:50]
5. Killer in the Midst [1:48]
6. Barney's Story [3:31]
7. Deadly Infidelity [5:00]
8. Fierce Creature [2:49]
9. Burned Alive [2:44]
10. Beheaded [2:45]
11. "What's Your Favorite?" [1:48]
12. Trust Game [6:26]
13. Visions of Acceptance [5:00]
14. Tied to the Killer [4:19]
15. Interclass Romance [2:50]
16. Lilly Gets a Close Cut [3:07]
17. Dismembered [1:46]
18. Murder Rap [1:36]
19. Point Blank [5:58]
20. Twisted Mercy [5:15]
21. Fight to the Finish [1:19]
22. "Taking Care of Business" [1:48]
23. End Credits [3:08]

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'Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers' -- Starring Pam Springsteen (Bruce¿s sister) as Angela, a maniac transsexual camp counselor who goes around knocking off teen campers for their various moral transgressions. A sequel only in a loose sense, ¿Sleepaway II¿ takes a decidedly different tack than its predecessor. One of the first slasher movies to reference its own genre -- characters dress up as Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface -- it probably does so better than any movie before ¿Scream.¿ Although the humor isn¿t as laugh riot as it tries to be, Springsteen has good comedic timing and really breathes life into what might have been a generic villain. The movie also features some of the more inventive slayings the genre has seen, including one particularly nasty bit involving an outhouse and a lot of leeches. And as if one sibling of the rich and famous weren¿t enough, we get Renee Estevez, sister of Emilio and Charlie, who gives a fine performance as the virginal Molly. 'Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland' -- In keeping with their tradition of casting siblings of famous people, the ¿Sleepaway¿ folks give us Tracy Griffith (Melanie¿s sis) playing opposite Springsteen, who returns as Angela in the third and final installment of the series. Although part III was shot right after part II, Springsteen¿s performance is noticeably less spirited. Perhaps it was an acting choice, or perhaps she really did lose interest. Either way, the movie suffers for it. But Springsteen¿s low-energy performance isn¿t the only problem. The movie itself merely goes through the motions, spending most of its time positioning its characters for whatever demise awaits them. Which is not to say there aren¿t some imaginative demises. We see one girl hauled by her waistband to the top of a flag pole, then dropped to the pavement; another woman¿s head is run over by a lawnmower; a kid has his face blown up by a firecracker placed in his nose. Between these inspired moments, however, the movie plods along. Humor is once again introduced into the mix (half the campers are named after Brady Bunch characters), but it¿s even more forced than it was in the second outing (half the campers are named after Brady Bunch characters).