Camp Slaughter Trailer

Camp Slaughter Trailer (2005)

"Summer 1981, Welcome to Camp Hiawatha" 20 June 2005 Horror, Comedy 94 mins

While searching for a way out of the woods, a group of lost friends stumble upon Camp Hiawatha and take up with the teens who are bunking there. But the party's over when they discover that this camp is literally stuck in a time warp -- 1981, to be exact -- and that they're living the same horrible day over and over. Can they escape the wrath of a killer who's silently stalking the campers and their terrified counselors?

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Crew

Alex Pucci

Director

Jason Morris

Jason Morris Associate Producer

Alex Pucci

Alex Pucci Producer

International Titles

Camp Slaughter Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 20 June 2005

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