[With deepest apologies to my kind and lovely friend, Gus, who loves the musical theater almost as much as he loves summer camp slashers.] Jerome Sable’s satirical slasher movie, “Stage Fright” (not to be confused with Michele Soavi’s superior 1987 giallo of the same name), wants desperately to be all things to all people, but, ironically, ends up being not much of anything at all.  It starts out as a sharp and hilarious satire of everything from “Meatballs” to “Glee” to “Psycho Beach Party,” before abruptly deciding to throw in the Phantoms of both the Opera and the Paradise, a little bit of “Rock ’n’Read More →