October 12, 2012 - 9:50am
Wild & Woolly in the Woods presents the second annual Zombie Hike and a screenin
Featuring costume contests, prizes, trivia, food, and drink!
As a cinephile committed to patronizing local businesses over chain stores whenever possible, it should come as no surprise that my favorite such store is the great Wild and Woolly Video. There is, quite simply, nothing like it for lovers of film. You can find anything there – and if you can...
October 3, 2012 - 10:56pm
Louisville's second annual zombie hike gets a little Wild and Woolly [Family]
Throw on your best zombie face & prepare to get a "Wild and Woolly in the Woods!"
     Get ready, humans! The Jefferson Memorial Forest is about to look like a scene straight out of The Walking Dead! Louisville's second annual zombie hike is returning on October 13 and is sure to offer more living dead girl (and guy) fun. So, what could possibly...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Wild and Woolly film Series presents 'King Creole' [Movies]
The Wild and Woolly film series at the Clifton Center concludes with Elvis' favorite of his 31 films.
Last week we discussed The Beatles and the fanaticism surrounding them and their music. Today, we turn our attention to another musical icon: Elvis Presley. He is apparently a big deal. His impact on music is incredible and so on and so forth; whatever – I don't get it. I've never...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Wild and Woolly Film Series presents 'With My Own Two Wheels' and 'The Bicycle T
It's a bicycling double-feature!
It is time, my friends, for another installment in the Wild and Woolly Film Series at the Clifton Center. This month is something special: the Clifton Center and Wild and Woolly Video have partnered up with Bicycling For Louisville to bring a double feature of fantastic films about... bicycles!
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Happy birthday, Wild and Woolly Video! [Movies]
Celebrating 15 years of awesomeness.
Louisville got a fantastic gift 15 years ago. On this date in 1997, a man named Todd Brashear opened a small video rental store carrying only 300 VHS tapes, mostly of the horror and martial arts variety. Since then, Wild and Woolly Video has exploded in popularity, becoming the go-to place for...