Don’t Go in the Woods (1981)

Okay, so that recipe at the end sounds dangerous.

BRAD CARTER

I remember the days of the neighborhood Mom and Pop video rental store fondly. Our little subdivision in Little Rock had a little store called Shows 2 Go. It was tucked into a small space in a strip mall, next to an insurance agency and, if my memory isn’t letting me down, a jazzercise studio. From what I gather from listening to other old farts wistfully recall those days of VHS glory, Shows 2 Go was a pretty typical place. Popcorn and candy were sold at the counter. The walls were plastered with movie posters. Cardboard promotional items were positioned here and there. (One little digression: the owners were generous with these posters and other items—I still have a cardboard hockey mask used to promote Friday the 13th Part VII.) Also typical was the movie selection on hand. While you could get the latest Hollywood product, there was…

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