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Kids Go to the Woods... Kids Get Dead -- It's Casey's birthday and to celebrate, she and her friends are headed to a cabin in the woods for a wild weekend of sex, drugs and partying. This is a classic slasher flick complete with horny teenagers, worthless cops, and a masked killer.


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June 2009 (USA) See more »
Kids Go to the Woods...
Paying homage to the classic slasher flick - featuring horny teenagers, worthless cops, a crazy war vet and a masked killer. Complete with VHS static, fake commercials and vignettes with horror hostess Candy Adams. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Leah Rudick ... Casey
Andrew Waffenschmidt ... Scott

Joseph Campellone ... The Killer
Carly Goodspeed ... Candy Adams

Meghan Miller ... Heather

Eric Carpenter ... Derrick
Amanda Rising ... Jill

Kevin Shea ... Lloyd
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristen Adele ... Robin
Ashley Callan ... Shampoo Girl
Bradley Creanzo ... Brad
Mary Elisabeth ... Lisa

Michael C. Freeland ... Biff
Mike Hall Sr. ... Uncle Bill
Nick Hall ... Dave

Phillip Langer ... Sheriff Jones
Michelle Lawson ... Vicki
Nancy Malleo ... Mom
Dory Manzour ... Deputy Sampson
Sal Massari ... Dad
George Rallis ... Bartender
Seth Stephens ... Tom

Directed by
Michael Hall 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Hall 

Produced by
Michael Hall .... producer
Original Music by
Dave Gillen 
Cinematography by
Robert J. Huntley 
Film Editing by
Michael Hall 
Robert J. Huntley 
Nathan Nowlin 
Costume Design by
Eleni Koutsouradis 
Makeup Department
Julie Langer .... makeup artist
Julie Langer .... special makeup effects artist
Sound Department
Neal Seidman .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Bradley Creanzo .... camera operator
Bradley Creanzo .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eleni Koutsouradis .... costume supervisor
James Cullen Bressack .... special thanks

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85 min
USA:Unrated (DVD rating)

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Revealing mistakes: At 1 Hour and 4 Minutes, it shows Candy Adams reading the 'Kids Go to the Woods... Kids Get Dead' book, except that the book is upside down.See more »
Casey:Scott, let's go. They're waiting for us.
Scott:Geez, Case. Make me crap my pants why don'cha?
Casey:Gross, Scott.
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0 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
100% Spoiler-Filled Review, 19 April 2011
Author: jfgibson73 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Here is another movie meant to be campy and retro as a nod to 80's slasher films. What I couldn't figure out is why the characters sound like they're stuck in a 50's sitcom. If you have seen Psycho Beach Party, Blood Feast 2, or The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, you'll have an idea of the tone of this movie.

You can probably decide whether or not you'd enjoy this movie by considering if you appreciate movies that try to create an intentionally campy feel. The dialog sounds it came from an episode of The Brady Bunch, as it is meant to be corny.

The story is literally about a group of kids who go to a cabin to celebrate a birthday and then get killed. Everyone dies except the lead actress. In the end, she fatally injures the killer several times, but he keeps coming, so she eventually flees.

It felt like a bit of cheat not to have any clue as to who the killer was or what motivated him. Literally every character introduced in this movie ended up dead (except the girl), so there was no one left that we knew about. In one moment, the killer has his breathing tube broken, and appears to suffocate. This felt like the best way to end the story. Of course he kept going because the main inspiration cited by the director was the Friday the 13th movies.

The bottom line was that I didn't really enjoy any of it that much. For a movie that seemed to have an awareness of what usually happens in slasher films, this one didn't do anything different. It was an R-rated episode of Scooby-Doo where the gang all died, the crimes didn't get solved, and none of the action was humorous or entertaining anywhere along the way.

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