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Decampitated [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00008O2Z7
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 300,650 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Wow.This film really does go all out to just tkae the mick out of slasher camping flicks but its a mixed bag.Some bits are really funny.For example the killer skips to meet his victims and has a 50's style ballroom dancing tune to follow him.Also all the characters seem to be able to fix major wounds with tape and staples! Really not taking itself seriously.The acting is awfull but in this case helps.

But its to long for what it is and can really drag in some places with awfull jokes that are that gringe worthy your face will wrinkle into a prune just by watching them.If you are in the mood for something silly bang this in your dvd player otherwise avoid at all costs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Silly, Fun Romp, That Is A Great Source of Laughs. 10 Sept. 2014
By PacificBlue - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Let's just get this right out in the open - "Decampitated" will NEVER win any awards for its acting, direction, or script. But what it DOES have going for it is some flat out silly, laugh out loud moments complete with some of the goofiest sound effects ever heard. Filmed in the gorgeous canyons of Colorado, "Decampitated" was released in 1998, and stars Mike Hart, Jonathon Scott, Thomas Martwick, Steve Ladden, and Cristina Patterson Ceret, with director Matt Cunningham taking the viewer on a trip of a film that blends elements of comedy, horror, and suspense, (well it tries to anyway.) The campers are hunted down by a skipping, (yes he really skips) bee helmet clad killer who chases after the campers hunting them down with an axe, bow and arrow, club and a fishing pole. Yes you read that right, a fishing pole where he chases after a camper detaching her ear, then after a couple of more casts actually casts out the hook remarkably landing the hook in her mouth, then proceeds to reel her in. The resulting dialogue between two leads when they find her bound to the tree with a fish net had me laughing.

One liners are abundant as when the campers after coming up with the decision that they should all stay together in one tent, overheard is one actor telling the other "get your butt out of my face," to which another actor responds "don't you know crack kills." In another scene one of the main actors after accidentally injuring his friend hears her say "I see a bright light." Friend responds "is it heaven, Paige?" Paige responds after spitting out gallons of blood "no, the sun is shining right in my eyes." And the reason for being asked if a lead actor wants an aspirin is one of the funniest scenes in the movie.

And so it goes as the film progresses, with the visual foolishness never ending. You'll see duct tape used for everything from holding a severed head to a neck, to a transvestite using it to hold a camper hostage, and as a way for one of the scatterbrained campers to hold a garden tool. And I mean really, how could anyone NOT want to see a person who after getting her arm cut off by the killer, then picks up the severed limb and beats the killer with it? The campers run every which way, trip, fall, roll down hillsides, and it will astound you just how many bear traps lie in wait for the unsuspecting. Sometimes an actor getting caught in them fool things multiple times with no recourse except each time having to cut off their own limbs to escape. No one really comes up with a plan, each just doing their own thing, running mindlessly all over creation. No real character development is encouraged, but who has time for that when in coming into focus is a non stop barrage of sight gags, goofy camera work, the mystery of who the killer is really not investigated but rather just hunted down, as actors are impaled, cut open and stabbed, with more injuries being caused by fellow campers than the killer himself. Dialogue between actors will have the viewer laughing, the action jumps forward, sideways, and sometimes it seems as many different scenes as possible is all crammed into a short amount of time.

I'm not going to give away the ending, but what ensues in the final 15 minutes of the film is some of the most ridiculous, mind blowing, out of control, free for all film making of one liners, pratfalls, crazy sound effects, circus music, slapstick and general mayhem. Almost as if the director and script supervisor got together and said "ahh, hell with it, let's make these last scenes as over the top as we possibly can." And it works, with the viewer scratching his head, rolling his eyes and laughing all at the same time.

Oh yeah, "Decampitated" is as absurd as it gets. But it's funny - in parts laugh out loud funny - and a great way to kill 90 minutes. The cinematography was great, as was the camera work. At times it seemed the actors were laying it on a tad thick perhaps, but still, a refreshing, tangible chemistry could be felt between the actors and all of them did a great job of playing off each other, waiting their turn to set up a joke, or be the one to give the verbal zing to a punchline. The musical soundtrack was fantastic, with songs by metal and hardcore punk bands Hatebreed, Sheer Terror, Coalesce, Strife and H2O showcased throughout. Of course not a film that will be mentioned in any sentence when talking about the classics of film, but who cares, this is nonsense at it's absolute best. And come on, it's a Troma Entertainment film, and that alone is almost always a great thing.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of Troma's best! 3 Mar. 2004
By RAH - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I first saw the trailer for this movie when I bought Cannibal the Musical. That was about 3 years ago and I've wanted to see it since then. I just watched this movie and I have to say it was grrrrrrrrrrrrrreat! If you are a fan of Troma then this movie is for you. It has your usual dark morbid sence of humor. Beating people with severed arms and using a guys head as a dummy. I highly recommend giving this movie a watch.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "You Know, We Don't Get Many Visitors Up This Way!"... 26 July 2015
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on Amazon.com
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DECAMPITATED is one of the better TROMA productions I've seen lately. Seven idiot friends set out on a camping trip in the wilds of Colorado. Ruining their plans, is a hopping, skipping, dancing madman, bent on their destruction in hideous, gory fashion! Utilizing only the finest in cheddar, this great film manages to entertain as well as educate. For instance, we learn that A) There's no better miracle of science than duct tape, B) The weed-wacker is life's ultimate weapon, and C) Sudden, brutal amputation need not be a hindrance to a quality camping holiday. Featuring ultra-mega-omni-violence, unfortunate sound effects, Kung fu, and a cross-dressing cowboy, DECAMPITATED has just about every element a great cinematic experience should contain. I laughed! I cried! I barfed a little once! If Daniel Day Lewis and Merrill Streep had not turned down the starring roles, THIS would have been the movie we talked about in 1998! Oh, Hurrah!...
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE IT! 7 July 2013
By HorrorFan66 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Just ordered it on DVD and I also ordered the soundtrack. and cannot wait for it to arrive. Great film, very funny and I love it one of my all time fav. films. if you like bride of chucky or scream, watch this movie because it spoofs slasher films but at the same time it is a slasher film, and a good one at that.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just what you'd expect 22 Jun. 2000
By Christopher Tomlin - Published on Amazon.com
Decampitated! is just what you'd expect from a movie of this title. It's packed with cheesy gore, token nudeness and all-out camp. If you're a fan of the Toxic Avenger, Blood Hook, Class of Nuke 'Em High and the like, you won't be disappointed. If you're not a fan of the previously mentioned, however, might want to skip on toward Remains of the Day.
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