The Cabin in the Woods (movie)
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  • Even though I realize that a lot of other people don’t seem to share my opinion on this, I thought that “The Cabin in the Woods” was a very interesting movie, and I would gladly watch it again
  • Funny enough, the movie did seem to get a fairly high rating on the internet movie database, and so I believe that people either loved the movie or hated it
  • The first thing that I like about this movie is the comedy, even though not many people seem to understand it
  • I thought that one of the funniest scenes in the movie was where the gas station attendant, Mordecai was put on speakerphone where he began his very long and biblical rant of how the human race should suffer and be exterminated only to realize that he was on speakerphone after and two other people were in the room laughing at what he was saying
  • I would recommend this movie to people who watch a lot of horror films since I think that only that specific group of people will truly understand it


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      Even though I realize that a lot of other people don’t seem to share my opinion on this, I thought that “The Cabin in the Woods” was a very interesting movie, and I would gladly watch it again. This is despite all the bad reviews that I read about it, as well as the fact that a lot of people just plain didn’t seem to understand it. Funny enough, the movie did seem to get a fairly high rating on the internet movie database, and so I believe that people either loved the movie or hated it.

      In case you’ve never heard of the movie The Cabin in the Woods, it is a comedy horror film that plays on most of the modern day very stereotypical low budget horror movie plots. In the movie a group of young college students, Holden, Marty, Curt, Jules and Dana decide to


      stay at an isolated cabin located in the woods, despite the fact that one or two very strange and creepy characters warned them about the place like they seem to do in a lot of those horror movies. Nevertheless, the young people go ahead anyway on a journey to the cabin. Little do they know that they are actually being watched by an organization that specializes in scaring people and carrying out human sacrifices to appease ancient and bloodthirsty pagan gods. These people manipulate the fear, emotions and behaviours of the college students staying at the cabin fooling them into believing at one point that the woods are haunted by zombies and using mind altering drugs at another to boost their sex drive.

      The first thing that I like about this movie is the comedy, even though not many people seem to understand it. In order to

      truly understand the hilarity of certain parts of a movie like this, one must watch a lot of very low budget horror movies, and at times possess a very grim sense of humour. It is also the startling clichés that makes the movie hilarious as I previously mentioned. I thought that one of the funniest scenes in the movie was where the gas station attendant, Mordecai was put on speakerphone where he began his very long and biblical rant of how the human race should suffer and be exterminated only to realize that he was on speakerphone after and two other people were in the room laughing at what he was saying. The mistake that I think a lot of people have made is to take this movie seriously, when it’s really not meant to be very serious at all.

      Another thing that I liked about The Cabin ...


      • The Cabin in the Woods (movie)
      in the Woods was the acting. When I first saw the movie, even though Chris Hemsworth was in it, the movie had a very low budget appearance so I automatically expected that the acting most of all was not going to be very good. Nevertheless, while I wouldn’t say that the acting was spectacular, it was at most quite okay, bordering on average, and I didn’t see many bad actors in it. Since the acting wasn’t great, I find it a little hard to decide which actor I admired the most and who made the most impact on me with the way they played their character. Nevertheless, I guess if I did have to choose an actor, it would be Chris Hemsworth and not particularly because of the way he played his character, but the fact that his accent didn’t seem to be very obvious to me despite
      one or two slip ups.

      Of course, I also liked the plot of the movie, which was very unique to say the least. It seemed crammed with every possible horror movie cliché that I could think of off the top of my head and I know that’s what made the movie so wildly interesting. What also made the movie’s plot interesting is the fact that the people behind the scenes were taking bets to see who would survive the longest just like people watching an actual low budget horror movie, as well as I was interested to know whether or not the college students would eventually figure out that they were being controlled just like Marty was always saying with his conspiracy theories.

      I would recommend this movie to people who watch a lot of horror films since I think that only that specific group of people will truly understand it.




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Andrew Leither says :

I am glad you thought this was an interesting movie. I have heard of “The Cain In The Woos” I have always wanted to see it and now I got the chance

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