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theatlantic:

The Cabin in the Woods Disembowels the Slasher Film

Stop me if you’ve seen this one: A handful of attractive young folks representing immediately recognizable types—the good girl, the sexy girl, the jock, the decent guy, the stoner—plan a weekend of partying at a remote cabin in the woods. When they arrive, though, something timeless and implacable begins stalking and brutally slaughtering them one by one. Liquor-fueled rounds of “truth or dare” and displays of nubile flesh give way to screaming and running and bleeding and dying.
On second thought, don’t stop me. Even if you’ve seen this one—even if you’ve seen it over and over again—you haven’t seen this one, this The Cabin in the Woods. Produced by Joss Whedon, who also co-wrote with director (and longtime Whedonite) Drew Goddard, the movie is a delightful demolition of the horror genre, a tale that subverts not only its own terrors, but those of pretty much every scary movie you’ve ever seen. Why do the protagonists of these films always choose the worst moment and locale to have sex? Why do they split up when it’s evident they should stick together? The Cabin in the Woods at last offers answers.
This is a movie best seen with a minimum of foreknowledge, so I’ll spoil as little as possible. (I’d strongly recommend avoiding the trailer, which reveals a good deal more than I will.) Suffice to say that there are two interwoven narratives taking place at once: the one in the woods with the kids (among them Kristen Connolly and Thor’s Chris Hemsworth); and another, at a secret bunker of the military-industrial complex, where two beleaguered company men (Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford), along with a large cadre of technicians, accountants, interns, and various other drones, are hard at work, doing—well, if I told you what they were doing, someone (not me) would presumably have to kill you.
Read more. [Image: Lionsgate]

A message from this Joss Whedon fanboy to Tumblr: The Cabin in the Woods is excellent.

Guess I’m off to the movies soon.

I hadn’t heard of this until just now.
And then I saw the words “Josh Whedon.”
Can we go right now please please please?

princeofclockwork:

theatlantic:

The Cabin in the Woods Disembowels the Slasher Film

Stop me if you’ve seen this one: A handful of attractive young folks representing immediately recognizable types—the good girl, the sexy girl, the jock, the decent guy, the stoner—plan a weekend of partying at a remote cabin in the woods. When they arrive, though, something timeless and implacable begins stalking and brutally slaughtering them one by one. Liquor-fueled rounds of “truth or dare” and displays of nubile flesh give way to screaming and running and bleeding and dying.

On second thought, don’t stop me. Even if you’ve seen this one—even if you’ve seen it over and over again—you haven’t seen this one, this The Cabin in the Woods. Produced by Joss Whedon, who also co-wrote with director (and longtime Whedonite) Drew Goddard, the movie is a delightful demolition of the horror genre, a tale that subverts not only its own terrors, but those of pretty much every scary movie you’ve ever seen. Why do the protagonists of these films always choose the worst moment and locale to have sex? Why do they split up when it’s evident they should stick together? The Cabin in the Woods at last offers answers.

This is a movie best seen with a minimum of foreknowledge, so I’ll spoil as little as possible. (I’d strongly recommend avoiding the trailer, which reveals a good deal more than I will.) Suffice to say that there are two interwoven narratives taking place at once: the one in the woods with the kids (among them Kristen Connolly and Thor’s Chris Hemsworth); and another, at a secret bunker of the military-industrial complex, where two beleaguered company men (Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford), along with a large cadre of technicians, accountants, interns, and various other drones, are hard at work, doing—well, if I told you what they were doing, someone (not me) would presumably have to kill you.

Read more. [Image: Lionsgate]

A message from this Joss Whedon fanboy to Tumblr: The Cabin in the Woods is excellent.

Guess I’m off to the movies soon.

I hadn’t heard of this until just now.

And then I saw the words “Josh Whedon.”

Can we go right now please please please?

Reblogged from The Clockwork Throneroom
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    seriously, stop what you’re doing and go see this movie. it’s easily the best thriller i’ve ever seen and one of the...
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    Dude, yes, just know that I am hiding between BOTH of you, and if a crazed murderer attacks us, I just might trip you...
  9. moviesandmusicandbooksohmy reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    I don’t know anything about this movie, but now I can’t wait to see it.
  10. mefn reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Wait, I kinda wanna see this. Maybe not in theaters but eventually. I would literally see it for Fran Kranz alone. And...
  11. sanctuarial reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    What my boyfriend says: “Joss Whedon is your ‘other’ boyfriend.” I can’t wait for The Avengers Movie (also produced by...
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  13. nslayton said: Excellent! I can’t wait to see it.
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  17. impostorsyndrome reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    This is indeed very excellent. Very Whedon. Wheeeeeedon.
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  22. sunfell reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Not much into horror, but I might go see this, on the review alone.
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  25. caramichele reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    wait, joss whedon? sold.