CABIN IN THE WOODS NOVELIZATION PDF

Joss Whedon co-wrote the script with Cloverfield screenwriter Drew Goddard , who also directed the film, marking his directorial debut. Whedon described the film as an attempt to revitalize the horror genre. He called it a "loving hate letter" to the genre, continuing: [8] I love being scared. Drew and I both felt that the pendulum had swung a little too far in that direction.

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Joss Whedon co-wrote the script with Cloverfield screenwriter Drew Goddard , who also directed the film, marking his directorial debut.

Whedon described the film as an attempt to revitalize the horror genre. He called it a "loving hate letter" to the genre, continuing: [8] I love being scared. Drew and I both felt that the pendulum had swung a little too far in that direction. The producers told them to commence work on December 15, , ahead of the official January 1, , start date. They only completed the work by the March 9, , production date because, as Anderson stated "We had nearly seventy people at peak, but in effect we had a hundred and forty people, because everybody had at least two jobs I wanted [the elevators] to be without any controls The lobby I wanted to look slightly utilitarian, contemporary and institutional The Cabin in the Woods was slated for wide release on February 5, , [13] [14] and then delayed until January 14, , so the film could be converted to 3D.

If I had complained too much when MGM went bankrupt, we could have hurt ourselves. We just held firm that we believed in the movie and that we would find the right home and time, and it did. Which conventions are being toyed with? Which authors and films are being referred to?

Is the film itself an act of criticism? Travers praised Kristen Connolly and Fran Kranz for their performances, and wrote, "By turning splatter formula on its empty head, Cabin shows you can unleash a fire-breathing horror film without leaving your brain or your heart on the killing floor.

Club "Whitford and Jenkins clearly delight in the verbose script" and by Wired , whose reviewer granting 9 of 10 stars called Cabin "a smart sendup of horror movies and mythology The danger in such a loftily ironic approach is that everything in the film appears with ready-made quotation marks around it But by then, the audience will have picked up on the infectiously goofy vibe of an enterprise that, from its first sprightly moments, clearly has no intention of taking itself too seriously.

By the time the ride is over, director Drew Goddard and co-writers Goddard and Joss Whedon will change course three or four times, nodding and winking but never losing momentum. Club addressed " Cabin touches on everything from The Evil Dead and Friday The 13th to the mechanized mutilations of the Saw series while digging deeper into the Lovecraftian roots of horror in an attempt to reveal what makes the genre work Too much overt cleverness has a way of spoiling dumb, reliable thrills.

And despite the evident ingenuity and strenuous labor that went into it, The Cabin in the Woods does not quite work. Two distinct kinds of movie are being yoked, by violence, together, and the performers inhabit their familiar roles with unusual wit.

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Maukora Jul 15, Darren Hayes added it. I loved the film and have enjoyed other books by the author and was expecting much better, even for a media tie-in. We have a problem. Because I spotted it on a library shelf at just the right time, I actually read the book the same week I re-watched the film on novelizatio. Like, why would he write Dana watching her friends explore the basement? See all 31 reviews.

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The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Movie Novelization

I had no idea there was a book, so when I found it at the library I followed my faith that the book is always better than the film and decided to borrow it. Now, I really enjoyed this! Straight after I finished the book the film was on TV weird I had no idea so I compared. Others may find it weird as the film and book are pretty much the same but I enjoyed the book so much more, I connected to the characters more and I found it easier to follow.

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