Camp Hell

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Evil invades a children's spiritual retreat.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 3.7/10 (1,007 voted)

George VanBuskirk

Stars: Dana Delany, Andrew McCarthy, Caroline London

At the end of every summer, the children of a Christian community from a suburb of New Jersey attend Camp Hope. They travel deep into the woods far from any distractions the world provides. Here, the children are taught the ways of the Lord, the perils of the flesh, and the horror of the Devil. A charismatic priest leads them in their training. But, he unknowingly has brought something with him, something evil. What was supposed to be a safe place, a spiritual retreat has now turned into a nightmare that not even faith can end.


Dana Delany

Patricia Leary

Andrew McCarthy

Michael Leary

Caroline London

Rose Leary

Will Denton

Tommy Leary

Bruce Davison

Fr. Phineas McAllister

Juliana Monin


Jesse Eisenberg


Connor Paolo


J.W. Terry

Talk Radio Host


James McCaffrey

Dr. John

Valentina de Angelis


Sasha Neulinger


Christopher Denham


Spencer Treat Clark


Charlie Hewson


Release Date: 2 December 2011

Filming Locations: Litchfield, Connecticut, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $3,000,000


Technical Specs



User Review

Bad not made for TV movie

Rating: 1/10

The acting was okay. The story was interesting until it went absolutely
nowhere. It was a road that should have stayed less traveled. The movie
is suppose to be based on true events. But what the hell where those
events. The story telling is so fragmented and ambiguous, and perhaps
would have been better told in say 22 minutes ala Twilight Zone, but
the plot is so stretched that the filler dilutes whatever message the
movie makers wanted to make. I waited until the last minute to see if
this movie would "save" itself, yet alas no. I only sacrificed 90
minutes of time to trite. Oh, and the music, the score, or whatever it
was, was just awful. In fact, the music used during the opening credits
should have tipped me off to the crap that lied ahead.