The Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland blu-ray looks a little bit better than II, but that's probably because so much of the movie takes place in sunny daytime exteriors. I'd say the two transfers are pretty comparable, neither is impressive but they get the job done. I was excited to continue with the second part of the Tale Of Two Sequels featurette and it didn't disapoint. I liked this one better than the first part. The same behind-the-scenes people return, along with four actors from the film: Mark Oliver (Tony), Sandra Dorsey (Lily), Daryl Wilcher (Riff), and Kim Wall (Cindy). They discuss why so much of the movie was filmed in the daytime, dealing with the MPAA, some of the ghost stories and scary encounters they had while filming at the abandoned camp, and share some interesting stories about Michael J Pollard. Really fun retrospective, but again, at under 30 minutes it left me wanting more. The full 85 minute VHS workprint is included, but I didn't bother watching it. It's neat that it's included though. The deleted scenes with all the extra footage is included separately, so I just couldn't see sitting through the entire film in workprint VHS quality when there's a hi-def version on the same disc. I hate that the MPAA butchered the film and that the uncut film elements are most likely gone forever, but I'm used to the film as it is so I will probably continue to watch the R-rated hi-def version in the future. The only other new extras are a harmless little 1-minute short film called Tony Lives! and the standard Scream Factory Still Gallery. Carried over from the Anchor Bay DVD are the Audio Commentary, the "Behind The Scenes" Footage, the Deleted Scenes from the Workprint, and the trailer. Missing is one of my favorite little extras from the Anchor Bay DVD, an easter egg with a brief little local news clip from the time covering the filming of Sleepaway Camp III. It could be included as an Easter Egg, but if it's on the disc, I couldn't find it. The back of the case and the slipcover both mention "News Promo" under the Special Features, which I'm assuming is referring to this, so you'd think they'd have it right there on the extras menu.