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Plot Summary:
"Patricia is given the chance to revisit the site where she was the only survivor after a massacre and help make a film based on her experiences."

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Phil Davies Brown
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Review Date: 13 June 2004 My Rating: out of 5


It has been a year since the murders at camp Blackwood or maybe it was Blackfoot? It doesn't really matter as it's just more of the same.

Trisha has been in a mental hospital for almost a year now as a result of the authorities thinking that she was actually the killer in the first film.

In a ludicrous plot turn, a movie director manages to work it so that Trisha can get out of the hospital if she agrees to be his technical advisor on the movie he is making based on the real murders.

Trisha reluctantly agrees after a few minutes consideration, and she heads off back to the scene of the crimes.

Once there things inevitably start to go from bad to worse, as firstly the production seems to be faltering, and then the clown shows up again.

Camp Blood 2 is actually much better than it's predecessor but not by much. There is a lot more intentional humour and a lot of fun references such as the stunt guy being called Shemp (there's one for 'The Evil Dead' fans).

The special effects are actually quite good here as well, but ultimately it is the vision and sound quality again, that let it down.

Jennifer Ritchkoff is once again hilarious to watch as she really believes in what she is doing, I wish someone would give her a real chance in a horror movie as she would be great.

In the end Camp Blood 2 is another opportunity to piss yourself laughing at bad set design, cheesy dialogue and terrible aesthetics, but again is to be applauded for being brave enough to compete alongside many other low budget horror movies. Brad Sykes is a legend, the man has real balls for unleashing this on the world and attaching his name to it.

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