MCN Movies

The Cabin in the Woods

Genre: Horror, Thriller

Director:

  • Drew Goddard

Writer:

  • Joss Whedon
  • Drew Goddard

Cast:

  • Chris Hemsworth
  • Kristen Connelly
  • Anna Hutchison
  • Richard Jenkins

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Articles

Critics Roundup – April 12

The Cabin in the Woods |||Green|Green| The Three Stooges |Yellow|||| A Simple Life (limited) |Green|||Green| Detention (limited) |||Green|Green| Here (NY) |||Green|| Monsieur Lazhar |Green|||Green| Life Happens |||Yellow|| The Lady (limited) |Red||||

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Box Office Hell – April 13

Our Players|Coming Soon|Box Office Prophets|Box Office Guru|EW|Box Office . com The Hunger Games |18.0|19.8|18.0|20.0|19.5 The Three Stooges |15.6|9.5|11.0|12.0|13.5 The Cabin in the Woods |14.2|16.7|15.0|15.0|14.5 American Reunion|11.5|11.4|11.0|10.0|11.7 Titanic in 3-D|8.5|10.3|10.0|11.0|11.8

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Review: The Cabin in the Woods (Spoiler-Free)

In spite of my admiration for the idea of the film, my one quibble with The Cabin in the Woods is that while it is a great concept, the characters do tend to feel like constructs designed to fit within that cleverness, as opposed to starting with compelling characters and letting the story build around them, but when you have an idea as good as this one, what’re you gonna do?

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“The Cabin in the Woods is so amazing, in fact, that we hope no one ever says another thing about it.”

“The Cabin in the Woods is so amazing, in fact, that we hope no one ever says another thing about it.”

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~ Gabrielle Hamilton

“I’m into pleasure rebellion,” she says, lighting a cigarette. “I’ve shared all my misery and tragedy but in my personal life I’m a cheerleader, an optimist. That aspect of myself is not shared. Once you are free from trauma, you are going to luxuriate in pleasure and happiness – personal pleasure. A divine gluttony, I should say.”
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