Body Count is a 1986 Italian slasher film directed by Ruggero Deodato. The film is about a group of vacationing teenagers who enter an abandoned camp site that was formerly an Indian burial ground. One by one, the kids begin to be killed off.
The film was initially to be made by Alessandro Capone, but directing was taken over by Deodato during production. The film's script was changed on set by screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti while production was troubled by weather in the Abruzzi region. Retrospective reviews of the film have commented that it was derivative of American slasher films of the era.
Deodato later spoke about the film, stating that "It's not bad. But perhaps it was more suited for a director like [Lamberto] Bava or Fulci."