Video: Ultimate Survival Slasher Camp Unleashes Killer Promo
Earlier this week we passed along word that the ultimate slasher survival camp is coming. And tonight Survive Slasher Camp posted a killer new video for their event which functions as a badass trailer featuring the likes of The Shining, Michael Myers, Ghostface, Jason, and more.
Check it out below!
You can expect to hear MUCH more about the upcoming event throughout the next few weeks/months, we can tell you that. But in the meantime, what do you think of Survive Slasher Camp? Let us know in the comments below or over on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
The rundown on last year’s event went like this:
Slasher Camp is a horror fan’s dream – or nightmare. After watching the series, the question inevitably arises: if I was in this situation, could I survive Jason, or Freddy, or Angela? We all like to think we can. Avoid the horror movie tropes. Run instead of walk. Don’t investigate that sound in the dark. I decided to put that to the test. The creation of this game is to let people have the experience of testing their mettle against one of the baddest slashers in the genre. In a safe, real-world scenario, players get to step into Camp Blood and attempt to escape from an unstoppable, unkillable force. If you win, you deserve a prize! If you get caught, well… you’re just another slasher victim. Hopefully, your death is memorable. With a fantastic team working to set up, create, and execute, we hope that everyone who participates has the same thrill that we get.
We started with one villain. We are expanding to explore more of the horror-verse to satiate our players’ desire to confront more than one camper-killing slasher. As we go forward, we will offer a more immersive experience as well.
Last year’s game could be played by up to eight people (18 years old and up) per 25-minute round. There was a 10-minute “overtime” where the “play area shrinks and additional weapons are added to assist either the players or the killer.” Children and pets were NOT allowed. The cost is $25 per person and each person received a t-shirt while those who survived until the end received an additional prize.