The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization by Tim LebbonWarning : This isnt really a review, just a whole bunch of movie gifs and such.
My love for this movie might just have something to do with me rating this book so high. I mean come on, the movie is so fucking good. How can you not like a movie that has:
scary ass monsters
some sexy dancing
1 fucking hot fool
Fuck that man is beautiful ^_____^
Dont mind me drooling....
And dont forget evil gods!!
Seriously, it feels like this movie was made for ME. It has basically everything I love.
Its not just another horror movie where five friends go into the woods and are killed one by one. Its so much more than that.
This is probably one of my favorite movie novelizations ever. Its just like the movie, but I love how you get more background on all the characters and more info about the gods. Also I FUCKING LOVE the fact that we officially know that Marty felt something towards Dana. When I first watched the movie I honestly thought they were supposed to be together, not Holden and Dana. I hate Holden. In the book he seemed more like a perv. >< Dana and Marty are so cute together though! Their parts were my favorite in the book. Especially the passages where you are in Martys head and you find out he has feelings for Dana. :D SQEEEEEEEE!!!!! Sorry...I guess Im slightly obsessed with those two together. If I directed the movie I would have had Marty confess how he feels about her at the end and have them kiss or something. Thats just me though.
I wasnt going to add this to my favorites shelf due to the fact that I love the movie and all, but fuck it. Im 100% sure I would have added this to that shelf even if I didnt watch the movie. Sure, the writing isnt the greatest but I was so invested in the story that I DID NOT CARE. :D
I recommend this to anyone who has seen the movie and loved it just as much as I did. As a matter of fact, Im going to stop typing nonsense and watch the movie again. ;)
OK Im done, I promise....
The Cabin in the Woods
As genre films go, " The Cabin in the Woods " is an all-timer. Despite sitting on MGM's shelf for awhile, before Lionsgate stepped in to release it, Drew Goodard 's directorial debut which he co-wrote with Joss Whedon paid homage to the horror movie genre while both satirizing and elevating the "final girl" tropes into one of the best, and most inventive, scary movies ever. Not bad for a film that they wrote a first draft of in three days. As the fifth anniversary of our favorite "death by Merman"nears, here are a few things you might know about this genre classic. And check out Film School Rejects for more trivia about the film.
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You're not going to see this one coming. You might think you do, because the TV ads and shots at the top reveal what looks like the big surprise — and it certainly comes as a surprise to the characters. But let's just say there's a lot more to it than that. Five college students pile into a van and drive deep into the woods for a weekend in a borrowed cabin. Their last stop is of course a decrepit gas station populated by a demented creep who giggles at the fate in store for them. In these days when movies are sliced and diced for YouTube mash-ups, I'd love to see a montage of demented redneck gas station owners drooling and chortling over the latest carloads of victims heading into the woods.
The Cabin In The Woods is an American horror comedy about a group of college kids who spent a weekend in a mysterious cabin in the woods. American college students Dana, Holden, Marty, Jules, and Curt are spending their weekend at a seemingly deserted cabin in the forest. They take bets from coworkers as to what kind of monster will attack the students and discuss the failures of similar rites in other nations. In the cabin's cellar, the group finds many bizarre objects, including the diary of Patience Buckner, a cabin resident abused by her sadistic family. Attacked by the marauding Buckner zombies, Jules is decapitated while Curt escapes to alert the group. Later, the facility workers learn that the rite in Japan has also ended in failure, meaning that the American rite is humanity's last hope.
Apologies for not finding Joss Whedon saying that exact quote. Now that the movie has been out for over a week, some of you have seen it, and some of you are planning on it. The Cabin in the Woods is self-referential in a way that pokes fun at itself for being a self-referential movie. I say this as a gigantic fan of the entire Scream series. Because Scream was a flat-out horror movie. One with comedic moments, but still — a horror movie, no bones about it. Cabin is more along the lines of the Evil Dead movies, with a dash of Eli Roth Cabin Fever , not because of the title thrown in to turn what looks like a run-of-the-mill horror movie into something fresher, newer, and a little more lacking in the soul department.