Summer Camp

Synopsis: Four young Americans travel to Europe to work as counsellors for a summer camp there. Before the kids arrive, however, a rage-inducing, demonic disease spread rapidly from animal to person, resulting in the counsellors desperately trying to escape the illness. However, the camp is in the wilderness, and with the phones out and cars wrecked, how are they going to get to safety?
 
IMDB:
5.1
R
Year:
2015
81 min
198 Views


And there is still no word

on the American camp counselors

who disappeared in Europe.

The three young 20-somethings

had been hired

by the El Buho Summer Camp

located in northern Spain

to give English classes

to local children

but went missing

just days after their arrival.

The American embassy

is working in close contact

with local authorities,

but an embassy spokesperson

interviewed by this station

revealed that hopes

of finding them alive are slim.

SUMMER CAMP:

Turn right!

Slow down, Michelle!

Turn, like, kinda right.

Right.

A little bit right.

Go left.

Left!

Kinda left.

The path goes downhill, kind of.

Go right.

Move, move!

Stop!

Very nice, both of you.

Four minutes and 13 seconds.

Last time, the female

counselors went over seven.

Yeah, seven, and they

were really banged up.

Yes, that's what I'm

talkin' about, Christy!

-Is there really any point to this?

-Of course.

You'll see when the kids arrive.

At first they're like strangers,

but after a few trust exercises,

they're friends for life.

Want to bet us girls do it better?

Sure.

Go! Left!

Keep going!

Again, left!

Big right!

Watch your right! Jump!

Yeah, left!

All right, keep going!

Make a right!

Left.

Big right!

Guys?

-Almost there, Will.

-You got it.

Come on, Will.

Right!

Right!

Can you try walking

a little faster, Christy?

I'm going as fast as I can.

Just a little bit. Okay,

so in about four feet

there's a log, so,

yeah, there you go.

Keep going. Keep going.

Yeah, okay, so that's the log.

Step over it. You're doing...

My God.

My shoes are getting ruined.

Maybe you shouldn't have

worn heels in the woods.

How about the new girls?

They're nice, but honestly,

Christy seems out of place.

She's a little rich girl.

Yeah, and now she's

in Europe's cheesiest camp.

I'm curious to see

how she handles the campers.

Yeah.

When you hire based on pictures...

It's clear now.

Make a... take...

-Christy...

-There's something here!

It's a tire! Just take

a step to the left.

Left, one step to the left. Now

perfectly straight. Just straight.

Just take off my blindfold.

They won't even know.

No, it's a trust exercise.

You're supposed to trust me.

And Michelle?

Michelle was working last summer

as a first counselor in France.

I think that she wanted to try the same

thing in a different country, and...

And her picture was smokin'.

I like her attitude, you know?

She's competitive, gutsy.

Tenacious.

What?

Like, it's literally clear now.

-Just take off my blindfold.

-There's nothing there.

Christy. Are you serious?

You're just gonna give me

the silent treatment now?

This is fun.

Like, what?

I don't want to have

to replace two counselors

in midseason again.

That's all I'm saying.

Hey, hey, hey, hey. You're the one

playing two at the same time.

It wasn't their fault.

All right.

Just any hook-ups happen

off the campgrounds.

No, Will, seriously.

I don't want any problems this time.

Trust, my ass.

Hey! Where's Christy?

Michelle...?

I'm sorry I got mad. I shouldn't

have yelled at you, okay?

Antonio!

Michelle, come on!

I am so done with this!

Antonio? Is that you?

Antonio?

I really don't like this game.

It's kind of ridiculous.

If I want to "team build" with someone,

maybe we'd go shopping together,

go to the movies, go to a restaurant,

or go over playlists...

But I do not go running blindly

around the woods like an idiot.

Christy!

Real funny, guys.

One thing, guys. Tomorrow

when the kids arrive,

we need to do our welcome ritual.

What's that, we take them

into the woods blindfolded,

and the ones who make

it back get dinner?

First thing off the bus,

we drink the pure water

from the owl's fountain.

Watch out!

What the hell? Who is this guy?

Not again.

"Again"? What is he doing?

My God!

Do people do that kind of thing here?

I'm getting out.

No, no. I don't want any trouble.

They're f***in' high, man.

What's that?

I think "salchicha" means sausage.

F*** you.

These druggies have been

around for weeks now.

I can't get 'em to leave.

What are they even doing here?

Michelle, look.

I don't know. Javier thinks they're

the ones that busted the well.

Just hope they don't

cause us any trouble.

In America, there's no way

we'd call this place a camp.

Yeah, well, it's pretty common here.

They take abandoned manor houses

and use 'em for sleepaway camps.

And does it make sense

to hire American counselors?

Well, it's an English immersion camp,

so you gotta have native speakers.

If the counselors were locals,

the campers would spend

the entire week speaking

to them in Spanish.

Yeah, the point is that

it's cheaper for the parents

to send their kids here

than to London or New York...

The well still isn't fixed?

That owl is a slacker.

Javier is fixing the well.

Everything will be

up and running tomorrow,

so don't worry.

But then this means

another day without showers.

It's freezing!

If you have a better idea,

I'm happy to hear it.

God. This place is gross, right?

We've only been here two days.

Don't be such a pessimist.

I'm not a pessimist.

It's just not what I was expecting.

Where are the cabins and canoes?

The sun?

I thought Spain

was supposed to be warm.

I only brought lightweight stuff.

I'll lend you something, okay?

Ready?

Fast, fast. Tak-a-tak-a-ta.

Yeah, Carmen, yeah. Gracias.

I'm going to see

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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