Watch: Another New Official Trailer for 'Cabin in the Woods' Revealed
"The lambs have come to the killing floor." Lionsgate has just revealed another new 60-second long trailer via FEARnet for their long-awaited, incredibly delayed horror-comedy extravaganza, The Cabin in the Woods, co-written & produced by Joss Whedon, co-written & directed by Drew Goddard. This looks great, but they're starting to reveal a bit too much, though most won't know what it all means. The cast includes Chris Hemsworth, looking much younger, Jesse Williams, Kristen Connolly, Anna Hutchison and Fran Kranz, with Bradley Whitford and Richard Jenkins thrown in there somewhere, too. Have fun!
Watch the second trailer for Drew Goddard's The Cabin in the Woods, originally via FEARnet:
A group of five friends going on a quiet cabin retreat scratch the surface of something so massive and horrific that they can only begin to fathom what might possibly be going on just as time quickly runs out.
The Cabin in the Woods is the feature directorial debut of Whedon protege Drew Goddard, screenwriter of Cloverfield and Robopocalypse, as well as work on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Alias" and "Lost" for J.J. Abrams. The original screenplay was co-written by Joss Whedon ("Buffy", "Angel", "Firefly", Serenity, The Avengers) & Drew Goddard. This was originally shot in early 2009, but is just now, finally, getting a release from Lionsgate. Cabin in the Woods is scheduled to hit theaters on April 13th, 2012 this spring. You in?
Skinny Chris Hemsworth is skinny.
DAVIDPD on Mar 6, 2012
it looks a little ridiculous to me as far as the five being "locked in" by an invisible energy field. and then there is the cheesy line : "the lambs have come to the killing floor"....big LOL i just can't imagine this story having a great payoff.......i might check it out as a rent; but, i won't be putting it at the top of my queue any time soon.
beevis on Mar 6, 2012
Well everyone under the sun including Devin Faraci and Katey Rich have said they loved it. I mean if Faraci likes it. ....
ChrisPinesRoomba on Mar 6, 2012
Movie is hysterical. Payoff? Very rental worthy. Matinee at best. Rental at worst. Should be viewed at least once just for sh*ts and grins.
quazimotto on Apr 13, 2012
i hear ya! with all the hype on it i'll definitely check it out for a rent. however, (in my opinion) from what i've seen in the trailers, i'm still not anxious to see it.......hopefully it surprises me in a good way.
beevis on Apr 14, 2012
Go in with low/no expectations and it should be alright. Won't blow your mind but Jenkins and Whitford alone make it worthwhile for most of it.
quazimotto on Apr 14, 2012
no problem there - i've never been impressed with anything i've seen in the trailers nor do i put stock in reviews......the only reason i'm giving it a look is that most people seem to think it's worth a one-time watch.....so, i'll give it a go(rent).
beevis on Apr 14, 2012
I think it looks pretty cool. Alex wrote this as a horror-comedy. I haven't gotten that impression. Nevertheless, looking forward to this.
grimjob on Mar 6, 2012
It will be interesting to see how this plays out as a comedy, since Tucker and Dale did it so well...
jah p on Mar 6, 2012
It'd be cool if RoboGeisha was in it too. We have been hearing about this film since 1923 so really I'm just happy it's out and we can see it.
Crapola on Mar 6, 2012
I gotta say, this looks cool.
M.K. Nielsen on Mar 6, 2012
Can't be as good as Cabin Fever. Rental.
McWetty on Mar 7, 2012
I don't think I'm in the demographic for this movie.
Ash on Mar 15, 2012
Just watched this movie last night with my Girl and this was the worst movie since "Disaster Movie" . Was not funny and Interesting I never fell asleep but I was dozing off!!! Garbage=The Cabin in the Woods.
Rez on Apr 15, 2012
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