starring: Mimsy Farmer · David Hess · Bruce Penhall · John Steiner · Nancy
Brill · Charles Napier
Some Cult Movie fans
want director Deodato to continue making CANNIBAL
HOLOCAUST for the rest of his life. Those fans are missing out.
They're missing a wide range of quality films that followed Ruggero Deodato's
seminal masterpiece, like HOUSE
ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK, CUT
AND RUN and - of course - this grim salute to the slasher genre
"Camping Del Terrore" (aka BODY COUNT).
It contains all the
trappings of the genre: the obnoxious teens, an isolated location in the
woods, promiscuous antics
with ample nudity, and tons of blood 'n' gore. Fortunately, Deodato also
delivers a parallel story involving adults dealing with love and betrayal
which sets the project apart from lesser genre films. Veterans Mimsy Farmer
and David Hess play a married couple who long ago quit loving each other
while the local sheriff (the legendary Charles Napier) is Farmer's secret
lover. Their affair causes her son to go crazy and kill teenagers who
wander into the area by mistake.
Italian production shot in English in Colorado; fullscreen, totally uncut
version (83 min.), in English or Italian language, DVD encoded for ALL
REGION NTSC, playable on any American machine.
For Mature Audiences