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.
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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