Camp Blood EP

by Videogram



With the second Cineploit effort, Videogram furthered the concept of the internationally-acclaimed "Camp Blood” digital single (2014), creating a fun, tongue-in-cheek retro-tinged remix EP drawing inspiration from Harry Manfredini / Hot Ice’s iconic ”Theme From Friday the 13th Part 3".

Featuring an 8-bit video that reached beyond the vast fan base of the movie franchise, receiving favorable coverage from both pop culture media, collectible manufacturer NECA, and the gaming community, the dance floor-friendly five-track EP showcasing Videogram’s skills on the mixing console, as well as knack for blending genuine horror sounds with catchy melodies, is a sure-fire hit for fans of all things Friday the 13th!

"The image of an 8-Bit Jason Voorhees cutting a rug underneath a disco ball makes the video worth a watch all by itself."
- The A.V. Club

"...pretty damn excellent, (the) digital exclusive tracks really bring the funk."
- NeonVice

"...another fun music remix"
- Friday the 13th: The Film Franchise

"...five tracks of pure electronic bliss that would even get Jason Voorhees himself to cut a mean rug"
- Bloody Disgusting

"...cleverly maintains a mix of both 80s funky synths and genre elements in order to produce a threatening, nightmarish audio experience that's as groovy as it is hostile"
- Cinema Retro


released December 1, 2015

Produced by Magnus Sellergren
Mastered at Matrix Audio
Roto toms on "Voorhees Stomp (extended)" by The Jimmy C

Artwork by Andy Grail
Jason Voorhees mask and photo by Cursed Camp Studios
"Voorhees Stomp" video directed by Aaron Romero at

Thank you: Glenn, Jamie, Andy, Ryan and Cursed Camp Studios, Aaron, Jay Jay, John G., Alex and the Cineploit family.

The Jason Voorhees character is copyright New Line Cinema.

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Often imitated, never duplicated, Videogram is the original 1980s VHS-inspired horror synth project and brainchild of Swedish composer/producer Magnus Sellergren.

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