Demon Hunters: Dead Camper Lake DVD

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All Chris (Steve Wolbrecht) wants is to be an accountant. This changes forever when a demon murders his girlfriend and destroys half of his sleepy college campus. Fleeing with Gabriel (Nathan Rice), the sole surviving member of a celestial team of demon hunters, Chris finds himself immersed in a world of supernatural terrors—a world populated by time-traveling gunslingers, coniferous bounty hunters, and the very demon who killed his friends. Can Chris learn to fight back and survive the horrors of Dead Camper Lake, or will he literally find himself in Hell?

From Dead Gentlemen Productions, the comedy troupe and indie film company who entertained audiences around the world with their cult hit The Gamers, Dead Camper Lake is presented here in both its original and extended versions.

    Special Features:
  • Dead Camper Lake: The Extended Edition
  • Over 40 minutes of new material and deleted scenes
  • 92-minute feature film Demon Hunters
  • The original Dead Gentlemen production prequel to Dead Camper Lake
  • Full soundtrack by Steve Wolbrecht and Phil Price
  • The Making of Dead Camper Lake
  • Outtakes and diabolical Easter Eggs
  • Full screenplay on DVD-ROM
  • English and German Subtitles
  • Trailers for other Dead Gentlemen productions

This DVD is NTSC, region-free.

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The best $20 I've ever spent on a DVD

*****

For the list price of 19.99, you get both movies in the Demon Hunters series. I won't lie, both are extremely low budget and none of the acting will never receive any major awards. So you've got that sort of bad movie effect going on. But more importantly, since they didn't have a budget for huge explosions and gorgeous and scantily clad women, they had to rely on interesting ideas and funny jokes. It works. I love these two movies, and show them to about all the geeks I encounter at one point or another. There is a sense of fun in the movie, that the people involved were having a blast while making it, that really brings the viewer in and allows them to overlook the perceived flaws and then just sit back and enjoy the ride.

It's a pity that they didn't go with a double-dvd set, because the menu setup is a bit cramped. Still, they piled on the extras and these have become two of my favorite movies. One day, I hope to get my copy signed by the cast and crew.


Glorious, spoofular demon killery.

*****

These movies are everything lovable about B movies, even if they have some of the unlovable parts as well. Hilarious (both intentionally and as a result of low low production values), great world setting, and great characters twined with a ridiculous plot and very enjoyable villains, these movies are truly worth watching. 4 stars for each, 5 stars to the DVD because it comes with both.


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Three for a reason

***( )( )

I'll be the first to admit that I love Dead Gentlement Productions. Ever since a friend of mine showed us the rough VHS copy of Demon Hunters and the bootleg cut of Dead Camper Lake back in 2002, I have been addicted. There's just one problem... in terms of dead camper lake this DVD rocks. It has the bloopers reel that was taken out of the credits, behind the scenes features, and the version of the movie on the bootleg VHS which I feel was better despite the length (which also wasn't an issue).
The big markdown comes from a BIG cardinal sin on the production end. YOU GUYS FORGOT TO PUT THE ORIGINAL BLOOPER REEL IN! The original Demon Hunters blooper reel was THE BEST!

Other than that, the dvd is quite goood and provides hours of solid entertainment. 3.5 stars.


***( )( )

I have to say that I enjoyed Demon Hunters better than Dead Camper Lake, but they were both pretty good. Not nearly as funny as the Gamers, but not bad. One of the highlights would have to be the demon venting frustrations on the cafeteria guy. Plenty of innovative Demon Hunting techniques as well as the old over-used stuff like holy water in super soakers. Enjoyable in that we-are-truly-geeks kind of way.

The credits for Demon Hunters truly Rock, and we nearly died laughing at the blooper reel for Dead Camper Lake.


Sovereign Court

For the other DVDs of the Gentlemen, there is a note on which region the DVD is for. Living in Europe, I'd like to know if I can even watch this before purchasing. Region 2?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Melchior wrote:
For the other DVDs of the Gentlemen, there is a note on which region the DVD is for. Living in Europe, I'd like to know if I can even watch this before purchasing. Region 2?

The disc is region free, but it is NTSC.

Dark Archive

Is this DVD region-specific?

Liberty's Edge

Radavel wrote:
Is this DVD region-specific?

*checks his copy*

Region-free.


Anyone know the order of releases of the Dead Gentlemen DVD's? I think The Gamers is the first...

Paizo Employee CEO

Sydrill wrote:
Anyone know the order of releases of the Dead Gentlemen DVD's? I think The Gamers is the first...

From their website:

The group met each other over 1996-97 while attending Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. Between 1998 and 2000, the Dead Gentlemen filmed two feature films: Demon Hunters, and it’s sequel, Demon Hunters: Dead Camper Lake. The films were met with great acclaim on campus. In 2001 they shot what would be their flagship property for many years to come, a 45-minute featurette called, The Gamers. A comedic short film, The Gamers follows a group of college students playing a role-playing game, switching between the players squabbling at the table to their fantastical characters in the world of their imaginations. The film gained worldwide attention at game conventions and related film festivals. With the success of The Gamers, in 2002 the group founded Dead Gentlemen Productions, LLC.

Since then, Dead Gentlemen Productions produced several comedy sketches and short films, the high definition feature The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, and co-produced with Margaret Weis Productions, creating the Demon Hunters Roleplaying Game, containing the newly canonized world of their original Demon Hunters and a short film entitled: The Brotherhood Orientation Video. To this very day the Dead Gentlemen exercise their super power of unmatched collaboration to create projects together.


Thanks for the follow up!


I laughed out loud quite literally early in the The Gamers when the phrase "you going to backstab him with a ballista?!" was uttered.

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