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Cannibal Campout

USA 1988
produced by
Jon McBride, Tom Fisher for Intercoast Productions
directed by Jon McBride, Tom Fisher
starring Jon McBride, Amy Chludzinski, Christopher A.Granger, Carrie Lindell, Richard Marcus, Gene Robbins, Joseph Salheb, Nancy Sciarra, Ray Angelic, John Farrell
written by John Rayl, music by Christopher A.Granger, special effects by Joseph Salheb

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jon (Jon McBride), his girlfriend Carrie (Carrie Lindell), Amy (Amy Chludzinski), who has only recently found out she's pregnant, and her boybriend Christ (Christopher A.Grange) go for a weekend trip camping somewhere in the middle of nowhere. What they don't know is they have chosen as their camping spot the hunting grounds of a trio of cannibals, Rich (Richard Marcus), Gene (Gene Robbins), and their helmet wearing retard brother Joe (Joseph Salheb) - and these cannibals are in constant need of food. Before they even make themselves known to our four heroes though, they kill two of their friends (Ray Angelic, John Farrell) who wanted to sneak up on them to give them the fright of their lives ... now that didn't work out too well.

The first one of our quartet of friends the cannibals manage to capture and kill is Carrie, who leaves the group on her own. When the others go look for her, they walk right into the cannibals arms, who slaughter the two men right in front of Amy. But the cannibals are not too clever, they somehow leave a knife with Amy, which she uses to free herself, stab one of her attackers and make an escape. Unfortunately, she doesn't get very far, and when the cannibals catch up, they make it a point to bloodily remove the fetus from her womb to eat it seperately ...

A few days later: The cannibals haven't eaten humans in days ... but then they realize they are humans too, and Rich seems to be the weakest link in the chain ...


In many ways, Cannibal Campout is your typical 1980's shot-on-viodeo no budget horror flick: The limitations of then current (and affordable) videocameras painfully show, as does the lack of funds, and an attempt is made to iron everything out by a host of especially nasty gore effects ... so business as usual?

Not quite, because while Cannibal Campout might be stereotypical in many ways, it clearly sets itself apart by a certain light-footed, even humourous approach to its material, as well as a clever buildup of tension not always found films of this sort.

That said, Cannibal Campout is certainly no genre masterpiece, but if you can accept the shortcomings that come with its lack of budget and the fact that it's shot on video, you will probably find yourself liking the film quite a lot.





review © by Mike Haberfelner


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