Plot – Spoilers:
Early into the movie there’s a character who says, “I tried to warn them, but they won’t listen. They won’t stay away from Camp Blood.” These lines acquire a different meaning when you turn up to watch Camp Blood 4.
After following a woman around town doing nothing, we are treated to a power metal, Helloween-type song playing against a long sequence of two girls doing their hair and makeup. Not sure if the director was trying to make some philosophical point about the pointlessness of women getting dressed up or something. Anyway, the said song is featured thrice – almost as if everyone concerned were really thrilled to have acquired permission to use the song. The credits are really long and when you add their duration to the liberal use of footage from earlier movies, Camp Blood 4 is pretty much a long, short. With no gory death scenes of its own that you can actually see through all the darkness. There is a chase scene though, set against the above song that needs to be seen to be believed.