Now, "camp" is a word that's kinda controversial and difficult-to-explain term in film circles itself, with many different subgenres and sub-definitions of it out there itself, some would consider grand guignal as it's own form of camp. That said, there is an image and picture of what I would think of as camp, and "Ready or Not", another horror film that definitely is aiming more for this odd mix of camp and grand guignal, that's actually very similar to "You're Next", I think also kinda failed to thread this needle, but not nearly as badly as "You're Next". Still though, while I watched this weird movie, I kept coming up with one particular question that I think by any standard, would make a movie "camp'.
We do have one tool to protect those who are trapped in such a town or situation though, social media. Getting the message through, as well as being a tool to get the idiot kids caught and convicted is more essential then ever. "Roll Red Roll" is a sharp, smart reminder and realization that even in places like Steubenville, we are not alone and we will have tools to reach out and stop those who've commit these heinous acts and those who are willing to go to extreme lengths to protect them, not because they think what they're doing is right, (although it's scary how often they do) but because they believe they're powerful enough to get away with it.