Don't go in the Woods / The Forest
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DON'T GO IN THE WOODS
Four young campers head into the deep woods of the Utah mountains for a relaxing weekend. But their fun is spoiled when a machete-wielding maniac embarks on a blood-splattering rampage, hacking and slashing all who enter the woods!
Due to high amount of request. Code Red present the film for the first time letterboxed at 16 x 9!
Two couples plan a trip into the forest. But they didn't count on a killer on the loose with a taste for human flesh! Haunted by the ghosts of his children, the killer is eventually double-crossed as the ghosts of his children come to the aid of the campers in this unique entry into the killer-in-the-woods genre.
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Don't Go in the Woods (1981) is a terrible early 1980s slasher, but if I’m in the mood it can fall into the “so bad it’s good” category for me. The movie mostly follows four campers on a weekend trip into the woods, when they run into a hilarious looking mountain man killer and must fight to stay alive. Along the way we meet countless other characters that are thrown in to add to the body count. I believe there are even a few characters we never hear speak before they are killed. The highlights for me are the local town sheriff, I can’t help but laugh whenever he makes an appearance, and the poor man in the wheelchair that just wanted to make it to the top of the mountain.
Vinegar Syndrome does such a fantastic job with all their Blu Ray releases, and their release of Don’t Go in the Woods is no exception. The video quality is fantastic, and so is the audio quality. The Blu Ray is loaded with various featurettes, commentaries, artwork stills, and the Theatrical Trailer. As a fan of the Hysteria Continues podcast, I checked out their commentary track with my last revisit and had a good time. Be sure to take notice of the silly song that plays over the Blu Ray disc menu, it will be stuck in your head for days.
I would only recommend Don’t Go in the Woods to die hard early 1980s slashers, and odds those people have already seen it. If you are a fan of this film, then the Vinegar Syndrome Blu Ray is a must own release. It will never look or sound any better than this.