The Cabin in the Woods is a American horror comedy film directed by Drew Goddard in his directorial debutproduced by Joss Whedonand written by Whedon and Goddard. The plot follows a group of college students who retreat to a remote forest cabin where they fall victim to backwoods zombies and the technicians who manipulate events from an underground facility. Goddard and Whedon, having worked together previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angelwrote the screenplay in three days,  describing it as an attempt to "revitalize" the slasher film genre and as a critical satire on torture porn.
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Loosely inspired by Charles Perrault 's original fairy tale and Walt Disney 's animated film Sleeping Beautythe film portrays the story from the perspective of the eponymous antagonistdepicting her conflicted relationship with the princess and king of a corrupt kingdom. Principal photography took place between June and October The film's special screening took place in London on May 9,at Kensington Palace.
In David Fincher's latest antiseptic thriller, the murderer has all the usual instruments of torture: poison gas, sharp scalpels, immobilizing slings. But most harrowing of all? A taste for blasting Enya's cloying hit song at eye-glazing volume. We don't have the clip—and wouldn't want to ruin the killer's identity for you anyway—but here's that cool trailer again.
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FOR as long as anyone in the movie world can remember which may be only 20 years or so, but never mindthe fall season has been marked by a sober kind of excitement. The commercial entertainments of summer give way to more ambitious fare, and the grown-up segment of the audience goes back to the theaters looking for stirring performances, complex storytelling, important themes and big emotions. Recently, though, that eager, earnest sense of anticipation — which this section of The New York Timesalong with similar preview issues of other publications, both reflects and encourages — has been accompanied, at least among insiders and journalists, by annual paroxysms of anxiety.