“A funny, poignant camp reunion.”
- Robert Lloyd, LA Times
“The spirit of Wet Hot American Summer is alive and well Ten Years Later”
- Erik Adams, AV Club
“Ten Years Later is yet another sweet, painfully funny, extremely worthy follow-up to a cult classic."”
- Tom Philip - GQ
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“First Day of Camp” PRESS!
Wet Hot American Summer, the movie, was filmed in 28 rainy days, May & June 2000 in Wayne County, Pennsylvania.
It premiered at the Sundance Festival in January 2001.
USA Films released the movie theatrically on July 27, 2001.
The DVD was released on January 2002, with the following elements:
super high quality director-supervised transfer
great behind-the-scenes footage
tons of deleted scenes
audio commentary with Wain, Showalter and Garofalo
songs from the movie
bios and cast comments
alternate soundtrack with lots of added farts
Midnight and outdoor screenings began in several cities August of 2003, and have increased in number every summer.
On January 21st, 2012, the original cast gathered at the San Francisco Sketchfest to perform a live radio play version of the film, which you can read about here on the Huffington Post.
SOME ARTICLES ABOUT THE MOVIE
25 Best Cult Movies of the Century (Taste of Cinema)