Based on the progress our society has made, there's a horror movie out there that makes me think more than it terrifies me. I apologize in advance, as there's no way that I can examine this movie in any way without spoiling the twist ending. It's still a fun reminder of how whacked out the 1980s were. Sleepaway Camp [youtube]T9K2ARikYzE[/youtube] So..... basically Spoiler A man and his child perish in a boating accident, and -- due to same-sex marriage not yet being legalized -- his other child is left in the care of his sister (the child's aunt) instead of his male lover. The children were male and female, and we (the gullible audience) are led to believe that the female child survived. Fast forward some amount of years until the surviving child, Angela, is 15 and will be attending summer camp with her cousin Ricky. Ricky is very protective of Angela, and appears to be murdering people who insult or abuse her as a means of finding closure. Well, the main reason for all of this being in a spoiler box, is that Angela is really a boy and he was made to believe that he was a girl by his psychotic aunt. Angela was murdering everyone who wanted to make her suffer for being weird. It's an odd movie, not just because the killer is a essentially a young girl, but because there's one moment in the movie that (by today's standards) is genuinely heart-warming. Angela doesn't talk through most of the movie, and has a thousand-yard stare during most of her scenes. One young boy is up for the challenge of getting to know her, and eventually she says "good night" to him which causes him to light up with excitement. We all have our opinions regarding gender identity and such, but that one scene was very sweet and it made me wish I was watching a modern day love story instead of a slasher flick. Whew, yeah. I highly recommend this one. When it's bad it's funny bad, and when it's good it's borderline good.