flesh-eating zombies. Dawn of the Mummy has been released on VHS and DVD format. The film was released on region 1 by Madacy Entertainment, as a VHS transfer. The packaging is said to list the film's Theatrical Trailer and other Theatrical Trailers, although there is only one on the disc, it is not for the main feature, it is of a 1997 film, Road Ends.
The film was released uncut in the UK by Anchor Bay Entertainment. It features an anamorphic widescreen 1.77:1 transfer, plus the 4:3 full screen transfer, DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 & 5.1 Surround. The extras include Director's Audio Commentary, Stills Gallery, Production Notes and Trailer."
Hidden in the Woods is a frightening and gory tale that deals with some really heavy stuff. The film pushes the limits, but by no means goes over the line of good taste. This can be attributed to how well the film was shot and also how well the director directs the bedlam that takes place in this movie. The movie has small girls with a dark past that grow into women who possess even more darkness in their lives, there are people getting shredded up by chainsaws, and so much more that truly makes this movie stand out.
This film of inbreeding, drugs, and killing is brought together very well by some great performers. There is certainly more than just blood and violence in “Hidden in The Woods”, there seems to be a lot of emotion and rage. All of this would not be possible without having a great group of actors. If you can get yourself to look beyond most of the blood, gore, and violence that can be hard to watch at times then you will have a creepy tale that would interest just about anyone who enjoys a good slasher movie.