cabin in the woods

While we sat by the fire that night, I thought about how our Twitter and Facebook feeds were trapped in their digital prison all day, and a spool of memories unwound in my uncluttered mind. I remembered things I hadn't thought about in years.
Whedon's reps had no comment on the lawsuit. The Huffington Post has also reached out to Lionsgate and Goddard's reps and
Nikki Reed has moved from "Twilight" to the Tribeca Film Festival where she stars alongside Fran Kranz in the new offbeat detective comedy "Murder of a Cat." The pair joins HuffPost Live to tell us more about the film and talk all things Hollywood.
To say that Evil Dead is a film for a specific audience is an understatement. If things like dismemberment and self-mutilation make you queasy -- as they would any normal person -- then you probably shouldn't even visit the same multiplex where this film is showing.
Here are some more digestible categories. We're calling them the Fauxscars, and we're hoping that the phrase "Fauxscar Bait" catches. We're looking forward to you explaining that expression to Helen Mirren.
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Taylor will play a young slave rescued from a cruel fate who will come into contact with the key leaders of the revolt. The
This is the kind of movie that is determined to be different from all the other slasher/horror movies of the past. But in trying to be different it just borrows from one movie here and another movie there.
When a movie sits on the shelf for this long, it's usually a question of quality. How frustrating were the last couple of
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Joss Whedon is no stranger to scary stuff like demons, vampires, werewolves, outlaw space cowboys and creepy corporations that pimp out programmed humans, but this week's release of The Cabin in the Woods marks his first foray into the world of the big-screen horror flick.
On Friday, after a three-year delay, Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon's The Cabin in the Woods finally arrives in theaters. The problem with trying to discuss The Cabin in the Woods is that even the slightest bit of information could ruin your viewing experience of a film that should really be seen knowing as little as humanly possible. It's gotten to the point where some serious mudslinging has been directed at those who dare spoil even the most minuscule of Cabin details. So, as a service, we don't answer any question that you could possibly have about The Cabin in the Woods.
"I didn't design 'Cabin' to be about any one twist," he said before SXSW -- and before the film's twist starting getting
If you think you've seen The Cabin in the Woods before, well, you're half-right. You've definitely seen movies along the same lines. But I'd also wager that you've never seen anything like it.
Was the process on "Cabin" fast? Because the film has a very crisp energy. We worked on the structure and the outline for
I wrote for seven hours today, which is an unheard-of stretch of time for me. I blocked off this chunk of time, however, because