The Cabin In The Woods review

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON THE HORROR HOTHOUSE REVIEW

 
Image sourced from moviesaboutgladiators.com

Having been recruited to the ‘Joss is God’ club way back in the late 90s when ‘Witch’ from Season 1 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer aired on TV for the first time, it would be a chilly day in Hell the day that I felt disappointed by Joss Whedon. I feel similarly about Drew Goddard, who has previously collaborated with Whedon on Buffy and Angel. So it’s no surprise to hear that when I sat down to watch The Cabin in the Woods Hell was as hot and fiery as ever.

Image sourced from sfx.co.uk

Directed by Drew Goddard and co-written by both him and Joss Whedon, this clever new horror focuses on a group of friends who travel to a remote cabin for a holiday only to find themselves fall victim to the usual horror movie clichés whilst being observed by a network of hidden cameras operated by a host of mysterious techies and office workers.

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