If you've looked at a few reviews, you'll see this film has three acts. Other than this aspect, which is no doubt purposeful, the high definition presentation here is quite sharp and well detailed. This quintet includes Dana Kristen Connolly , a college student who is rebounding from an unfortunate affair with one of her professors; Curt Chris Hemsworth , a genial jock who is the boyfriend of beautiful new blonde courtesy of some hair dye Jules Anna Hutchison ; Holden Jesse Williams , a football buddy of Curt's whom Curt is hoping will hook up with Dana; and Marty Fran Kranz , a serial pot smoker who walks around in his own private ecosystem generated by the copious smoke surrounding his head. The Cabin in the Woods has elements that are considerably more gruesome than the Scream franchise, but it also has Scream's knowing sense of humor about this genre. It's a combination of everything.
Have a good time at the theater! They find an odd assortment of relics and curios, but when one of the women, Dana, reads from a book, she awakens a family of deadly zombie killers. I absolutely loved this film. These darker elements seem to have had contrast considerably dialed down at times to the point where edges of apparel drift into the black background. Trouble is, its never really safe to go to a cabin in the woods is it? The young actors, including Thor himself Chris Hemsworth, sell the cliched horror characters very well. The movie is that bad.
There's quite a bit of behind the scenes footage in here as well. Marty, yang seorang pengguna mariyuana, menemukan alat penjagalan tersembunyi sebelum akhirnya diseret juga oleh buckner. The explanation to everything that's been going on, and also possibly the greatest 20 minutes ever shown in horror movie history. It's been a long time since I've had a lot of fun at the movies and the Cabin in the Woods was a lot of fun. Just makes sure you don't know much about it beforehand, or it might ruin the awesome factor. Both Whedon and Goddard worked on Buffy and Angel, which was a balancing act of genres, so they knew the right tone to get here and they nailed it.
All I can say is that I was laughing throughout the entire film, I cheered, I clapped and I enjoyed myself. They arrive to find they are quite isolated with no means of communicating with the outside world. Five friends go for a break at a remote cabin, where they get more than they bargained for, discovering the truth behind the cabin in. Curt's cousin has just purchased a scenic little cabin in the woods, and these five are off to enjoy a weekend there. Instead of a conventional setup giving us some sort of dreaded psycho killer or some such villain, we find ourselves in a high tech laboratory of some sort, with two science nerds having a water cooler discussion about baby proofing around the house.
The movie is funny, scary, and unbelievably entertaining. It's taking a weird turn and only getting weirder. Brilliantly written by Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard, The Cabin in the Woods doesn't even start out like a traditional horror movie. As Whedon and Goddard proved so admirably on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, they are able to almost effortlessly combine sheer terror with laugh out loud lunacy, and that proclivity is well on display throughout The Cabin in the Woods. And then just as unexpectedly the hammer blow of a blood curdling music cue underscoring the main title sequence just comes out of nowhere, literally in what seems like the middle of this scene.
The thing is, am I missing something? They take the cliched aspects of every horror film and put it in here, to brilliant use. It made them laugh because it lovingly poked fun at a genre the fans knew by heart. Kami tidak menyimpan file film tersebut di server kami sendiri melainkan hanya memasukan link-link tersebut di website ini. Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford have great chemistry together and stole every scene they're in. Lest anyone think this is a heavy handed homage to other horror fests, nothing could be further from the truth.
The first question confronting viewers of The Cabin in the Woods is what exactly do the two nerdy lab workers, Sitterson Richard Jenkins and Hadley Bradley Whitford , have to do with the five young adults we meet both during and after the credits sequence. When you have Goddard, whose worked on Buffy, Angel, Lost and wrote Cloverfield, teamed up with partner Joss Whedon who is one of the best writers working today, then you know you're walking into something special. There are a lot of horror references, most notably The Evil Dead, so it's fun to spot things here and there. I am just so surprised that this film currently has 7. Five average college students go to a remote cabin in the woods where they'll spend the weekend partying it up! Am I missing something here??? And that's where the lab rats come into play: they are orchestrating the devastation leveled upon the quintet once they arrive at the cabin, in a sort of horror tinged version of The Hunger Games. I get the fact that it is a parody or an anti-horror film or perhaps even a nod whether positive or negative to horror films generally, but I still don't like it.
This is a very clever script, with laughs, gore and surprises at every corner. At once a loving homage to the pulp adventures of the 1930's and 1940's and a full-throated. I like to compare them to the three acts of a magic trick - something I learned from The Prestige: 1 The Pledge - Something ordinary is introduced to the audience. When the cellar door flings itself open, they of course go down to investigate. When it comes out, you must go see it.
This is where we say to ourselves that because this is a horror movie, everyone will die, and thus we already know the ending. Description Five teenagers head off for a weekend at a secluded cabin in the woods. But what immediately becomes apparent is the five are being watched by some sort of high tech operation, and that their trip is not exactly one generated purely by chance. To be honest, the less you know about this film, the more awesome it will be. I'm a big Horror Fan.