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Camp Slaughter

DVD cover
Directed by Alex Pucci
Produced by Alex Pucci
Alex Dove
Pete Jacelone
Written by Draven Gonzalez
Starring Kyle Lupo
Matt Dallas
Eric McIntire
Jon Fleming
Bethany Taylor
Music by Brad Fowler
Cinematography Pete Jacelone
Distributed by Screamkings
Release date(s) June 20, 2005
Running time 94 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $100,000

Camp Slaughter, originally released in selected theaters as Camp Daze, is a 2005 low budget straight-to-video horror film released by Lightning Home Entertainment and Screamkings Productions. It was directed by Alex Pucci starring Kyle Lupo, Matt Dallas, Eric McIntire, Jon Fleming, and Bethany Taylor.



A group of kids break down while driving down a remote forest road. After a disturbing night alone in the woods, they stumble upon Camp Hiawatha in full swing and packed with seemingly happy teenagers. However, the teens and the camp itself are strangely trapped back in 1981. The clothes, the music, the hair, and the attitudes are 24 years back in time. The campers are forced to relive the same day and night over and over again. The night when a silent killer stalked the camp silencing campers and counselors one by one. The kids from the present struggle to understand and help the teens from 1981 break free of the curse. Working together both time-periods begin to learn about the different worlds from which they come and what it will take for all of them to survive.


  • Kyle Lupo as Daniel
  • Matt Dallas as Mario
  • Eric McIntire as Vade
  • Jon Fleming as Ivan
  • Bethany Taylor as Michelle
  • Brendan Bradley as Paul Marq
  • Jim Hazelton as Lou


There are 37 on-screen deaths in the film.

The director used 40 gallons of stage blood during production.

Originally titled Camp Daze upon its initial theatrical premiere and Screamkings Productions DVD release, Lightning Home Entertainment opted to rename the film to Camp Slaughter upon its national distribution. The poster and DVD artwork were also replaced, with the new images featuring characters that aren't in the movie.

Entire film was shot in and around Porter, Maine.

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