Bloody Bloody Bible Camp (2012) Review

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Bloody Bloody Bible Camp (2012) Review

Horrorific content by adrian on February 16th, 2019 | Movie Review | Slasher, Indie Horror, Comedy, Religion, Campy, Teen

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It's about a group of horny Christian teens who go on a camping trip to the Happy Day Bible Camp, only to learn the hard way that their happy days are behind them.

Bloody Bloody Bible Camp was directed by Vito Trabucco and stars Reggie Bannister (from Phantasm: Ravager, Acts of Death, The Mangler Reborn, Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night), Tim Sullivan (from The Laughing Dead) and Ron Jeremy (from Creeepies, They Bite  and countless adult films). 

Heaven is for everyone, Except you.


Bloody Bloody Bible Camp is a modern throwback to the golden age of 80's low budget slashers. It's set in the late 70’s to 80’s and is intentionally campy and ultra gory. There's lots of nudity, lots of juvenile humor and LOTS of blood.

You know BBBC is going to be something special within the first 10 minutes. There's a hilarious intro and several epic kills framed by creative cinematography. Within the first 20 minutes you'll find yourself face to face with some epic full-frontal 70's bush. A couple mins later and you're watching a happy group of campers singing the most Jesus-y song you'll ever hear.

BBBC is something special.

For one, it happens to have one of the greatest slasher villains you'll see in modern horror. Some of the best scenes are just of this maniac nun, Sister Mary Chopper, being a maniac all by herself. I could watch her singing kids Bible songs while cutting herself with a sharpened crucifix all day.

Of course all 80's slashers have their downsides and BBBC is no different. It gets a little too slapstick toward the end which feels out of place compared to the rest of the film, but not enough to hurt it really. It's still a blast to watch, I've seen it twice already and will be watching it again before long.

It also has Ron Jeremy playing Jesus, but it's a short awkward scene at the very end that feels to have been thrown in just as a gimmick.

Worth Watching?

For fans of fun low budget 80s slashers who feel nostalgic watching gallons of red paint spray in every direction after a clean 'n easy decapitation of an obvious prop dummy, yes.



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