Five friends go to a remote cabin in the woods. Bad things happen. If you think you know this story, think again. From fan favorites Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard comes The Cabin in the Woods, a mind blowing horror film that turns the genre inside out. That’s the description released by Lionsgate, so does it live up to its hype? Yes, yes it does.
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This is my top ten horror list I hope you enjoy. Thank all for voting and I hope your film won.
Oh My God what the hell is that, arghghhhh it’s got me! Where’s my shot gun damn it! OH GOD NOT MY BRAIN… [Part 1]
Go into caves, tempt ghosts, open portals into other dimensions, go into any room with a 1408 number, go into a theme park when it’s a zombie apocalypse and drink crazy water![Part 2]
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The film is exactly what you expect, if you like this type of film then sure it’s a good, fun and smartly created mystery action film. But if you don’t like this type of film (Sherlock Holmes (2009) for example) then you should give it a miss. I am the first person because I actually like this type, it’s just fun to watch and as long as I enjoy the experience there’s nothing else it really needs to do.
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This is a classic example of trailers being better than the film it represents. I really didn’t like this film much as I thought it was painfully average, but perhaps that is because I was not it’s target audience. Still I didn’t hear any praise from people leaving the cinema or any complaints really. A very boring average.
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With the release of Prometheus this weekend I have decided to take a good look at its director’s past films and have decided that these are his top 4 films. Ridley Scott has made some of the best films ever made and four of them are below, so please check them out to get a good look inside of Ridley Scott’s mind.
Don’t forget to vote for your favourite Ridley Scott Film at the end.