Movie Name The Cabin in the Woods
Directed By Drew Goddard
Actor/Actress Amy Acker, Anna Hutchison, Bradley Whitford, Brian White, Chris Hemsworth, Dan Payne, Dan Shea, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams, Jodelle Ferland, Kristen Connolly, Maya Massar, Richard Jenkins, Tim De Zarn, Tom Lenk
Released Year 2012
Movie Language English
The Cabin in the Woods Movie Role Details :
Kristen Connolly act as Dana Polk. Chris Hemsworth act as Curt Vaughan. Anna Hutchison act as Jules Louden. Fran Kranz act as Marty Mikalski. Jesse Williams act as Holden McCrea. Richard Jenkins act as Gary Sitterson. Bradley Whitford act as Steve Hadley. Brian J. White act as Daniel Truman. Amy Acker act as Wendy Lin.
The Cabin in the Woods Hollywood Movie Review
The Cabin in the Woods is a turn on the loathsomeness class from essayist’s Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard, without giving endlessly the spoilerish parts of the plot, I’ll essentially say that it includes 5 companions who fit the blood and gore flick generalizations (Jock, Slut, Party-Guy, Nerd, Virgin) who go to a lodge in the forested areas to party and make tracks in an opposite direction from it all. Inconvenience is, its never truly safe to go to a lodge in the forested areas is it?
To be completely forthright, the less you think about this film, the more wonderful it will be. I felt that the trailer gave away a lot of the turns and turns one can anticipate from the film, however in the meantime the picture of a flying creature flying into a monster forcefield is the thing that will separate this film from the nonexclusive blood and gore movies that hit the theaters today. The Cabin In The Woods lets you know forthright “You think you know the story…” obviously you don’t. This is Joss Whedon all things considered. Fanatics of Buffy and Angel will get a kick out of this, as on-screen characters from that universe advance into this film.