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.
Student Bodies centers around the students and staff of Lamab High, as one by one they are picked off by The Breather. The Breather is a galoshes wearing killer with a bizarre choice of weapons and apparently a bad case of asthma. The movie starts out on Friday the 13th and jumps right into the action as promiscuous teens are picked off with everything from paper clips to horse head bookends and including an eggplant. There is an on screen death count just to help viewers keep track of the action and also a nifty arrow that helps viewers realize when a door is left unlocked or a window opened. My favorite moment of the show though, hands down is the breakaway to a news desk where the movie s R rating is discussed and then earned. The cast is full of campy actors who specialize in cheese and do great in keeping the bad jokes and sight gags flowing throughout the movie. There is one character named Malbert who is honestly a human cartoon. The guy is probably 7 foot tall and has to weigh less than 100 pounds. He contorts his limbs throughout the movie in ways that had me doing a double take as it didn't seem humanly possible. In the credits the actor is listed as The Stick so I have no idea of his real name.