Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland

Synopsis: Angela is back, in the form of an angry inner-city camper on the hunt for blood. Camp New Horizons, on the recycled grounds of the former murders, intends to pair high class teens with underclass counterparts. Angela, however, has a different plan. Will it be door number one, number two, or number three?
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Rotten Tomatoes:
80 min


Maria, turn down that radio!

Today's the day

I'm going to camp.

Mom, did you hear me?

I'm going to camp today.

Yeah, I heard you.

What do you want

me to do about it?

Aren't you gonna walk me

to the bus or anything?

At 6:
30 in the

f***ing morning?

Why don't you shut up

and turn down the noise?

- Hey, shut up.

- No, you shut up.

You both shut up.

I'm going to camp.

I might never come back.

- Good.

- Good.

F*** you.

Hello, I'm Toni Richards

with the WXIA news team.

We're here at

Camp New Horizons,

where an autumn retreat

called an experiment in sharing

is about to begin.

Let's meet the owners

of the camp,

Herman and Lily Miranda.

Herman, tell us about this

wonderful and unique experiment.

Well, Toni, we brung together

two specially selected groups

from all over America.

The first group is from the

higher-class establishments

and the other is from

lower-class homes.

Lilly, what are you

trying to accomplish?

In our own little way

we'd like to promote sharing,

love, harmony and peace,

and a better understanding

between the rich and the poor.

Thank you.

And thank you.

Let's meet the kids.

Hello, my name is

Cindy Hammersmith

from Venuity, Georgia.

Thank you, Cindy.

Greg Nakashima.

Westwood, California.

Okay, Greg.

Move it along.

Jan Hernandez,

Palm View, Arizona.

Peter Doyle.

Houston Heights, Texas.

Thank you, Peter.

Bobby Stark.

Western Springs, Illinois.

Home of the

Western Springs Wildcats!

Hi, Marsha Holland.

Defiance, Ohio.

Well, let's see who we have

in our second group of kids.

Excuse me.

Your name, please?


San Francisco.

Do you have

a last name, A-Rad?


Do I need one?


- And you?

- Snowboy.

From Chicago.

Anita Bertram.

Sautel Gap, Kentucky.



Tony De Herrara,

East L.A.

Maria Nicostro.

Where are you from,


Um, all over.

Right now, New York.

Why don't you take

your glasses off

so your parents can

see your pretty face.

Well, what interesting kids.

God, that Tony guy

is so cute.

He's Mexican.


Camp New Horizons

was formerly known

as Camp Rolling Hills,

where last year 19 people

were brutally slain

by alleged psychopath

Angela Baker.

Baker, also known as

the Angel of Death,

was allegedly responsible

for another string of

grisly murders seven years

ago at nearby Camp Arawak,

which has since closed.

Things have changed here.

We're now under

new ownership.

- Stop, please.

- New management.

New ownership.

Honey, what is the matter?

You told me you wouldn't say

a word about the murders.

It's okay, dear.

If violence sells

then you've gotta

give the people

what they want.


Come along, everyone.

Come along.

Let's go to the dining hall

and experience

some more sharing.

This is a bunch of lunatics.

I'll see you after lunch, okay?

Oh, excuse me.

Excuse me.

You look a little

older than the rest.

Massive drugs.

Drugs, huh?

You wouldn't know where

I could score some coke?

Yeah, there's a machine

in the dining hall.

Very funny.

I just need a gram.

It's already been a

real sh*t of a day,

you know what I mean?

- I'll be right back.

- Thanks.

One of the many dangers

of being a drug addict

is never really knowing

if the stuff is pure.

- Thanks, guy. See you.

- Okay, see you later.


- It's a little much, isn't it?

- It's a gift.

You're my favorite


- Pretty good stuff?

- It'll really clean your pipes.

- Happy camping.

- Thanks.

Have a nice life.


What's left of it.

It's just a firecracker.

You city broads should

be used to that.

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