Don't Go in the Woods...Alone!
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I love this movie, Then again I love campy slasher cheese. The kills are nice and bloody and The characters are likable .
The soundtrack is a little annoying but I can overlook that.
The Slasher in the woods movies are my favorite so the title alone lured me to it.
There are some hilarious moments in the film in the form of whacked out over the top cameo characters that get sliced and diced before they become annoying.
I was delighted when it finally came out on DVD.
I had wore my VHS copy out.
It doesn't bother me when the quality of the DVD is a little grainy after all that's all part of the look and feel of 70's and 80's low budget slasher flicks.
In my top 25 retro Slashers for splatter,cheese appeal and over all feel of the movie. It's definitely not intended to be taken too seriously, It's a fun ride that's somewhat of a cult sensation in it's own right.
Just a heads up to others, if you can't handle low budget movies with bad acting or no real storyline.. then this movie isn't for you!! Also, there is a level of gore that might be to much for some!
Although "Don't go in the Woods ..alone" is a very low-budget cheesy 1982 horror film, it is definitly one that I love. I was so happy when I heard this movie was finally coming to dvd!!
The movie is presented in it's orginal full frame version, supervised by the director (James Bryan) it's what he orginally shot the movie in.
Special Features included:
-Making of from the set (1 hour)
-interview appearences (15mins)
-poster and still gallery
The dvd also comes with two commentary tracks. The first commentary is just with the director James Bryan. The second commentary is a bonus commentary with director and members of the band CKY.
I found this dvd to be presented very nicely and i'm proud to see this movie finally on DVD!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Typical woods/slasher plot: Campers go intot he woods and get killed by an unidentified killer. The remaining campers go running around looking for friends and finding dead bodies... Read morePublished on October 24, 2011 by Bookworm936
Well, I had heard a great deal about the notorious slasher, "Don't Go In the Woods...Alone", and not all of it was good. Read morePublished on January 7, 2008 by HorrorMan
By far the worst commentary ever recorded:
1. The incessant dog barking seemed playful at first, skull-crushingly-painful toward the end.
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Don't Go In The Woods has Got To Be The Dumbest Horror Movie Of The 80's Era Or Perhaps Of All Time! Read morePublished on September 11, 2007 by Jomer 25
Made in a time when everyone and their brother could make cheaply produced horror films, Don't Go Into the Woods...Alone! Read morePublished on May 9, 2007 by N. Durham
OK, "Don't Go In The Woods" is not award-winning material, but for fans of 80's horror it's one of the uh, finest examples I can think of. Read morePublished on January 10, 2007 by S. Boone
Don't go in the woods alone isn't high brow, mega-budget, or even from a cinematic viewpoint, competent, but it's entertaining because of 1) odd character dialogue/bolstered by... Read morePublished on November 25, 2006 by Spencer Wendleton
Around this time--1981--many horror films were being set in the wilderness, featuring a group of backpackers whose fate ultimately is met via the hands of a deranged killer. Read morePublished on October 26, 2006 by Sing Brotha Sing
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