Tag Archives: Robert Hiltzik

Interview: Karen Fields, “Judy” From ‘SLEEPAWAY CAMP,’ Speaks Candidly On The Film’s 40th Anniversary

In November of 1983, Sleepaway Camp, a low-budget horror film written and directed by Robert Hiltzik, hit the big screens in New York City. The film’s classic dialogue, young cast, satisfying kills, and shocking conclusion earned word-of-mouth approval among fans. Eventually, Sleepaway Camp became a video rental smash and established …

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My Favorite Horror Movie: Sleepaway Camp (1983)

Did you go to summer camp as a child? I did not. I attended Brownie Camp when I was 7, and the highlight was creating stories about what the spilled red paint on the basement floor really was, and conjuring up myths about ghosts roaming the halls of our little …

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Sleepaway Camp (1983) – Retro Review

Have you ever wanted to go to summer camp as a kid? Well, thanks to movies like Friday the 13th, Cannibal Campout, and Sleepaway Camp, my mother thought I was going to get sliced and diced during my summer camping retreat. I can’t really blame her for thinking that I was going …

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