Seven teens begin working at summer camp that is about to reopen after being closed for a few years. Only one of the counselors didn't attend Camp Stillwater as a kid; Amy, and she begins to sense that something isn't right at the seemingly innocent camp.
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The title of this episode is derived from the song of the same name by Guns N' Roses released in April 1989. See more
Although this show takes place in 1989, the characters are using a camcorder with a swing-out LCD screen. Three years later, in 1992, Sharp became the first company to build in a color LCD screen to replace the conventional viewfinder. In fact, their LCD screen was basically the entire camera with the lens assembly hanging off of it. No longer did users have to squint through a tiny eyepiece. This has become a standard feature of almost every consumer camcorder. Finally, today's digital video technology first arrived in late 1995. Panasonic and Sony brought out the first Digital Video camcorders, soon followed by Sharp and JVC. See more
References Rosemary's Baby
Written by Robert Smith
(uncredited), Laurence Tolhurst
(uncredited), Simon Gallup
(uncredited), Boris Williams
(uncredited), Porl Thompson
(uncredited) and Roger O'Donnell
Performed by The Cure See more