Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland

Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland

Psychotic Angela is itching to do what she does best: slaughter dozens of teenage campers. As luck would have it, the previous site of her murders has been renamed and converted into an experimental summer camp meant to bring together privileged and lower-class teens. On the day the youths are boarding the buses to camp, Angela runs over a potential camper with a garbage truck and assumes her identity. Once she has infiltrated the camp, the real terror begins.

The film opens with Maria when heading to camp. However, she is chased into an alleyway by a large truck, driven by serial killer Angela Baker, before being run over. Angela disposes of the body in a trash compactor, before posing as Maria and boarding the bus to Camp New Horizon . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland torrent reviews

Jessica H (es) wrote: Katie Holmes is a wonderful actress, but this film is not for her and she must have known this.

Leah P (fr) wrote: Good intentions with the movie, but basic story and shallow character development. It's all pretty basic about how people react in these situations. meh

Robert F (ca) wrote: While not a masterpiece, I still find it entertaining

Sahil A (es) wrote: This is One movie which every average guy would wanna see!..besides dat it was insanely funny!!

Trent R (mx) wrote: You don't need to be familiar with Osamu Tezuka to be bored and disgusted with this sham blockbuster, but it helps. This inert epic completely removes everything that was great about the original manga, and replaces it with nothing. Gone is the central romantic conflict between Garai and Michio, the social critique of post-war reconstruction, and the fear of biological weapon development and storage in civilian areas. There is political and corporate corruption, collaboration and a coverup with the US military - but it is depicted as the work of rogue individuals. There's no sense of importance to any of this in either personal or historic scope. So, aside from the pumped up soundtrack and jumpy visuals - absolutely no reason for a viewer to care about any of it. Unless you thrill to the sight of Ryo Ishibashi sweating through his shirt and overacting badly.Hiroshi Tamaki looks the part of the sociopathic mastermind Michio, but loses all of the gender ambiguity and transvestitism. The script also drops his homosexual, borderline pedophilic childhood encounter with Garai. There is a scene of them in a confessional scenario, with a little mild contact thrown in for Yaoi manga fans. But the central conflict of the narrative is otherwise excised. Seemingly all of these omissions are because a 30-year old manga by an acclaimed master artist was still too edgy to be adapted faithfully. In a sense, by failing so spectacularly, this film is a great tribute to Osamu Tezuka. Just not one that is worth watching.

Laura M (ca) wrote: Hilarious a good family film

Trevor L (kr) wrote: I honestly dont know what to think about this. I will give Waters the BOTD and just assume I liked it.

Jimmy P (jp) wrote: God, was this film so fucking boring

Jessica L (ru) wrote: Interesting. Hugh Grant was enigmatic as usual.

Benny G (us) wrote: Didn't care for this one.